You answered: Should social media be a part of your crisis communications strategy?

By Gerard Braud

Social media has changed the way that corporate communicators must react to effectively manage a crisis. This week public relations and media relations professionals from all over the world shared their advice on whether or not social media should be part of their crisis communication strategy. Their expert opinion is featured today and every week on the BraudCast.   Listen to the video to hear what your colleague’s had to say.

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