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La Brea Media is a crisis communications firm, PR consultancy and marketing agency with extensive experience in crisis communications, crisis management, media relations and supporting strategies. PR Guru Howard Bragman brings decades of experience in handling crisis pr, offering strategic communications and expertise to ensure that whatever your pr crisis it will be handled in the wisest, most effective way possible.
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Leading Authority in PR Crisis Events, including:
- Litigation Support
- Racial Insensitivity
- Divorce or Separation
- Arrest or Misdemeanor
- Public Humiliation
- Addiction Issues
La Brea Media is effective at coordinating and communicating with:
- Legal counsel
- Senior staff and management
- Special interest groups
- Tech staff
- Media outlets
- Government agencies
- Labor unions
- The public at large
La Brea Media Crisis PR clientele includes:
- Elected Officials
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One of the more colorful, and perhaps apt, descriptions of public relations professionals is the term, “apologist.” While I’m willing to confess that I don’t love the term, I am willing to own it—particularly since I spend much of my time counseling clients in crisis...
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It’s true. PR people are often called “apologists.” I don’t bristle at that description, because apologizing and getting it right is a crucial skill set for today’s crisis manager. Apologies are hard to do — they are humbling, irritating and often required during...
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Culture of Crisis
You can’t turn on a television set, read a newspaper or surf the Internet without reading about another celebrity, company or politician in crisis. Not only do all our celebrities seem to get into trouble, but ironically, getting into trouble can actually turn people...
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