Information vs Propaganda

As government communicators, we have a responsibility to inform the public. But with unlimited acess to low cost, high impact multi media tools, it’s difficult to keep the reigns tight and steer away from propagandaizing our communication efforts. Do you experience this challenge with your governmental organization?

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Gary Berg-Cross

It takes a community to cover the range of ideas needed to really communicate. So presenting ideas which point to evidence and consider alternatives and why one is preferred over another is an important part of this.
It would be interesting to hear which “government communicators” are thought to be the best.

Linda Geissinger

Thanks for the reply. When you mentioned that you’d like to hear which gov communicators are thought to be the best, do you want to how the public would rate communicators, ie, which ones would rise to the top?