After 20 years in Television News, I`ve turned to helping executives navigate the world of media. If you`ve got questions about how to prepare for your next interview--or about what the media wants--feel free to ask.
20 years as a television reporter--several years as a media trainer for a global public relations agency and two years leading communications and media for a US Senator.
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Gary, I'm not a marketing expert and this is out of my area of expertise--but I can offer some things to consider. I'm not sure without knowing the product or service and how you stack up to your
Thanks for the question. No, I don't think this is common practice, but I've heard of it. In the best case (ethical) scenario, they would give you a case assignment either modeled on an actual client or
Aaron, Thanks for reaching out and first, let me express my heart-felt condolences on the loss of your friend and business partner. You've got a great story to tell and it's one that is made
Thanks for the question Asha. I'd start by doing some homework on the internet to identify some PR firms you might be interested in if you want to work in a firm, or some corporate sites in your area.
Kevin, Thanks for the question about this classic mistake. Unfortunately, your client cannot "unring the bell". It was she/he who revealed the information about the breakup to the journalist. The
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