By Gerard Braud –
Media interviews are not easy, especially when you put senior level executives, CEOs, and spokespeople in front of the camera who have not had proper media training. Today I am asking you, the BraudCast viewers and the Braud Communications blog readers, for your best advice for talking to a spokesperson after they have screwed up in a media interview. How should you, as a public relations and corporate communications professional, handle this awkward and uncomfortable discussion? Please comment and subscribe here to the weekly question, as well as view your colleague’s answers in my follow up video later this week.
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