Posts Tagged: Journalists

3 Keys to Successful Media Relations for Federal Communicators

NOTE: This post is sponsored by the Federal Communicators Network (FCN) Many feds are not fond of the press. In nightmares, feds worry about the programs they steward ending up “on the front page of the Washington Post,” with program weaknesses perhaps magnified by inaccurate reporting. However, as a government communicator it may be your… Read more »

State of Gov-Media Relations: Irreconcilable Differences?

If this were a State of the Union address, the takeaway may appear disheartening: the state of government-media relations is not strong. In fact, it never has been a harmonious relationship and appears to be getting worse due to a variety of factors. All government employees, as well as the general public, should understand the… Read more »

List of Editors, Columnists, Journalists, Reporters & Media, Writers On Twitter

I have just posted an external blog with lists of Editors, Columnists, Journalists, Reporters & Media, Writers On Twitter. All though there does not seem to be a communication best practice yet, I am sure these lists could be morphed into one. And, what is missing is an entire list of government public affairs persons… Read more »