The press has been known to twist, conform, and shape people’s words. CEO’s, spokespeople, and public relations professionals may be taken out of context and become frustrated with a negative press release regarding their brand, business, and reputation. So, as a corporate communications or PR professional, what should you do when a reporter writes a bad story about you or your business? Is it worth it to get in a battle with someone who can potentially further damage your reputation? Or can you effectively hash out the issues, correct the facts, and potentially solve the problem? Should you consult with a crisis communications expert or media training consultant?
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