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by Dan Stefano, on Jan 22, 2020

For those unacquainted with having a recorder in their face, a reporter rattling off rapid-fire questions at them, or the lights, cameras and uncomfortable actions of the media directed their …

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by WordWrite Staff, on May 22, 2019

Print newsrooms are shrinking. Just last month, the Cleveland Plain Dealer laid off a third of its unionized news staff. According to Pew Research, from 2008 to 2017, newsroom employment in the US …

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by WordWrite Staff, on Dec 22, 2018

The final days of the year feel like finishing a really great book. You can’t wait to see it all come together, yet you’re a bit sad the story is …

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by Intern, on Mar 23, 2017

There are two main aspects to every crisis situation that receive media attention: the initial event and then how it’s handled. As seen in the news lately, it can be …

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by Erin Hogan, on Jul 8, 2015

After what can only be described as an evasive interview between former NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams and Today Show host Matt Lauer, we are reminded of how proper media training can truly make or …

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