Who should be your spokesman in a crisis?'
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Who should be your spokesman in a crisis? There are three cases to be made, each one with its own merits, but a concerted effort might be your best bet-as long as each representative has had intensive media training.

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Twitter chief: ‘We need to remove all bias’ from enforcement decisions
The executive was criticized after his most recent interview, in which he admitted that even though he and his company are ‘left-leaning,’ that bias doesn’t show in policy enforcement.
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Join us this fall for the 10th annual Employee Communications, PR and Social Media Summit.
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Was video the secret to your nonprofit’s success?
Submit your video to PR Daily’s 2018 Nonprofit Awards. The final extended deadline is Aug. 31.
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Netflix faces backlash after testing in-program ads
Some people have threatened to cancel their subscriptions, and the growing backlash forced the streaming service to respond. However, it’s not stopping its promotions anytime soon.
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Pope Francis pens apology in light of rampant church sex abuse
The pontiff responds to new claims of assaults and cover-ups by Catholic clerics with a message of contrition, citing ‘the magnitude and the gravity of the damage done to so many lives.’
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3 executive communications roadblocks that are more common than you think
Join experts this fall and learn how to craft authentic communications that connect executives to stakeholders.
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3 tips to prepare your hurricane communications plan
As we enter storm season, follow this guidance to keep your people safe, informed and ready to respond.
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7 Aretha Franklin quotations to inspire PR pros
The queen of soul touched many listeners with her powerful songs, but her words also served to underline important life lessons. Consider a few of her famous sayings.
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Chipotle to retrain staff after second bout of foodborne illness
The burrito chain has struggled to meet health and safety standards, with customers reporting food poisoning on two occasions. Can this new move satisfy its critics?
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Monsanto: ‘The jury got it wrong’ in cancer lawsuit
After a jury awarded a man $289 million in damages for cancer he says Monsanto caused, the pesticide company is pushing back on the narrative that its products endanger public health.
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Don’t miss Friday’s Corporate Social Responsibility Awards deadline
Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Awards in more than 20 categories. The late submission deadline is Aug. 17.
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Twitter suspends Alex Jones following a video calling to ready ‘battle rifles’
The platform’s move is a change from its previous decision to let the controversial host remain, but stops short of a permanent ban. The suspension is only for a week.
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Free webinar: Strategies to overcome today’s most significant internal comms struggles
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