Leaving the Press and your Spokesman in the Dark is No Strategy

By Dennis Culloton, CEO and President, Culloton Strategies and University of Illinois Visiting LecturerAs I recently wrapped up another mini-semester teaching Crisis Communications at the University of Illinois, it struck me that this year more than ever, students had the unprecedented experience of learning by watching a startling array of major crises befalling brands and

Cooler Heads Prevail, Especially in Politics

 Conor Culloton, Assistant Account Executive White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has one of the wildest, most demanding jobs in communications. His job is to present on-message stories regarding President Obama to the press. Being on-message in many industries is hardly as controversial as it is for a Press Secretary in politics. To compound Carney’s

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