Crisis Management: When The Media Goes Too Far

From the executive summary: ?Everyone expects journalists to be pushy, to report facts less-than-accurately at times and to insist on a level of access to information that makes both attorneys and PR professionals cringe. Sometimes reporters and/or the media outlet they serve go too far. They cross the line from aggressive to offensive. They insist on publishing facts, which have already been corrected by reputable sources. And when they do, there is recourse other than just taking it in the teeth.? The paper examines this issue.

Provided by: Bernstein Crisis Management Topic: Software Date Added: Jan 2003 Format: HTML

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