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Ranger Scott Gediman on the Ferguson Fire and 22 Years as Yosemite Park’s Public Affairs Officer

PRSay

Over his 22 years as public affairs officer at Yosemite National Park , Scott Gediman has experienced a myriad of crises on the job, from floods and rock falls to hantavirus outbreaks. “It It seems like my life here is a perpetual crisis,” said Gediman, a longtime PRSA member. Do you also manage social media for the park?

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Leading With Ethics During COVID-19

PRSay

There, we were offering social media messages and supporting graphics, stories for use in facility newsletters, news releases, and overall talking points for senior leaders, veterans service organizations, congressional members and others. We shared social listening reports from FEMA.

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Top 10 Influential PR Businesses to Follow in 2020

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BIGfish is an award-winning team of talented storytellers, creatives and publicists that integrates traditional PR with digital media to best support its innovative clients. Their blog covers topics from PR tips, company culture, social media and more. Approach: We listen. Work hard play nice. Create a best place to work.

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EKA: How Media Monitoring Aligns with Strategic Communications

Critical Mention

Englander Knabe & Allen (EKA) is a strategic communications firm in Southern California that specializes in assisting organizations with reputation issues, media strategy and implementation. EKA is a leader in providing public and private sector experience and assistance when making critical decisions. ” Until next time!

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Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce Livecast talking Crisis PR

The Stalwart Blog

If this is your first time watching, we invite you to look out for the social media posts that we’re putting out every day announcing upcoming shows, topics, speakers, and that way, so you’ll kind of know what’s coming. If you’ve been watching any of the local media, you know that PR crises can take place.

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