Archive for month: February, 2010

Questions in an Apology Demanding Culture

So with all the news about the moral and ethical transgressions of public figures, what questions do we need to wrestle with as faith-based communicators? First of all, how do we handle Public Relations in an apology demanding media culture? I think we can all understand why a public servant, such as a politician, owes […]

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Telly Awards Silver Council Honors

Two from our team recognized as judges for the 31st Telly Awards Competition Contact Us About the Council: The Silver Council is a membership based division of the Telly Awards. Members represent top advertising and production professionals that have won a Silver Telly (which is the highest honor in this contest) in the past, have […]

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Tiger Woods Admission of Guilt: Press Conference Faux?

Tiger Woods is scheduled to give a ‘press conference’ tomorrow at 11:00am. The only problem? No press is allowed to attend…Huh? After waiting three months for him to come out of hiding, Tiger has agreed to speak and offer a public apology, but on his terms – five minutes, no press, no questions – only […]

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The Ethics of Media Production

I have a friend who is a wonderful musician and pastor at a church that has been included in Outreach Magazine’s America’s 100 Fastest Growing Churches. Here’s a question Benji Cowart put on his Facebook: Here’s a question of ethics: if a singer only sounds great in the studio (with the help of Autotune) but […]

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E-Book Wars

This week and big-publisher Macmillan had an arm wrestling match. Amazon lost. Kindle devices, already feeling like yesterday’s newspaper after the iPad announcement, briefly flashed a sad-face emoticon. Here’s the story. Amazon wants to control (and keep low) the price of e-books (Sound familiar, iTunes?) But publishers don’t like being told what their books […]

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