Who should be your spokesman in a crisis?'
Gerard Braud
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.

Chuck Norman
How to safeguard your reputation in a crisis
A reputation is easier maintained than rebuilt. Here is a guide for reclaiming trust and authority after a catastrophe and keeping critics from seizing the narrative—to your detriment.
Ted Kitterman
High-profile figures respond as harassment stories hit the news media [Updated]
Journalists have reported on allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace. Now the industry is investigating its own—including PBS host Charlie Rose and The NYT’s Glenn Thrush.
PR Daily Staff
Make your corporate communications anything but boring
Add creative techniques and tactics to your communications toolbox during our upcoming virtual summit.
PR Daily Staff
Join the ranks of PR Daily Award winners
It’s your time to shine, PR pros. We have more than 30 categories in this year’s competition, ranging from CSR campaigns to publicity stunts. The next deadline is Dec. 1.
Stephen Waddington
10 essential elements of a PR plan
Start by identifying your objective. Then, define your measurements, establish your target audience, and craft your strategy.
PR Daily Staff
Comms industry newcomers are in demand
Ragan & PR Daily’s 2017 Ace Awards will honor industry professionals, their teams and PR agencies across all disciplines. The final deadline is Nov. 22.
Ted Kitterman
Franken sex scandal: Damning optics and a tepid first apology
The U.S. senator faces sharp criticism for his behavior during a 2006 USO tour in which a fellow performer says he assaulted her. His second apology invited an ethics panel investigation.
PR Daily Staff
The 5 most popular stories on PR Daily this week
This week, readers were interested in imperatives for picking the best media channel, tips for boosting brand visibility, how to avoid PR burnout and more
PR Daily Staff
Ragan Training makes it easy to offer new ideas
Your bosses want change. Answering the call for a fresh approach can be as simple as a yearly subscription.
PR Daily Staff
Industry veterans should enter the 2017 Ace Awards
We’re honoring in-house teams, individual practitioners and agencies during Ragan & PR Daily’s 2017 Ace Awards. Don’t miss the final deadline on Nov. 22.
Brendan Gannon
30 jobs in the PR and marketing world
You could help train the next social media superstar if you land this week’s featured position. Plus, check out our latest roundup of job openings.
Ted Kitterman
Twitter speaks out after de-verifying abusive accounts
The social platform removed the blue badge from accounts that it says violated its guidelines. Others claim the move is politically motivated.
PR Daily Staff
Your impressive campaign metrics could earn you PR gold
The best campaigns will earn top honors in Ragan’s 2017 PR Daily Awards. We’ve extended the deadline until Dec. 1
Ted Kitterman
Drunken rant, caught on video, costs Dallas prosecutor her job
After being fired, the lawyer held a presser in which she apologized for her language and said her feeling ‘uncomfortable’ during the ride home prompted her tirade against the Uber driver.
Kevin Allen
Electronic Arts slammed by customers on Reddit
The video game developer was hoping to engage fans of its new Star Wars product in the popular online forum. Their efforts became the most disliked post in Reddit history.