For two years or whatever, I blogged three times a week about publicity, speechwriting, public relations and scandals for The New York Times’about.com. If you are an author, actor, director, politician, professional athlete, rock star, user of social media or otherwise in the public eye, THESE POSTS ARE USEFUL TO YOU. If you live in an ice cave, you can safely ignore all this stuff and go back to tanning that elk hide.
Case studies about the POLITICS
Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminates His Good Public Image
The Arizona Shootings: Reacting to a National Tragedy
How a Press Conference Finally Killed the Birthers
Trump for President: a PR Stunt that Backfired
Walking Off a Live TV Show: Terrible Gaffe or Brilliant PR Move?
The Kerfluffle Over Newt Gingrich and His Allegedly Fake Twitter Followers
When Coming in Third is Worse than Finishing Last
The Public Relations Battle About the U.S. Debt Limit
Political PR: Race for the White House
Weinergate: The Fall of a Promising Politician
How Rep. Weiner Lost Control of His Own Press Conference
Palin Goes Rogue on Paul Revere’s Ride
Guy – Photo by Suhyoon Cho
Reformed journalist. Scribbler of speeches and whatnot. Wrote a thriller that was a finalist for some award.