Culture of Crisis
by Howard Bragman | Article, Huffington Post
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 into celebrities. How did we end up in this surrealistic Neverland where a celebrity who behaves never gets any heat, yet a seemingly minor transgression can set the blogosphere on fire? When did all the rules change? And can it be fixed? There wasn’t one thing that changed — everything changed. It’s a perfect storm of mayhem...