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  • Crisis Management Training


    A crisis is a turning point for better or worse. We are trained and certified to increase the likelihood your crisis will be less severe, or even help make things better in the long run. A crisis is a rapidly moving and changing event that taxes your response capabilities to their limits. You will need […]

  • Media Relations


    The inside of a newsroom is a very special place, not well understood by most people. Our consultants have spent many years in big city newspapers, local TV, network news programs, national radio and the major news bureaus in Washington, New York, London, Moscow and Toronto. We know what will generate publicity and what probably […]

  • Debates – The Eyes Have It‏


    Debates are in the news and will be for a while. We’ve had 30 or so in Toronto during the civic election and more to come. There’s a controversy about whether to include fringe candidates and whether the leading candidates are to be blamed for occasionally refusing to attend a debate. We’ll have more of […]

  • Media Relations – Gentlemen of the Press


    “Gentlemen of the press” the man said as he walked into the CHSJ Radio and TV newsroom in Saint John, New Brunswick. This was decades ago when I was a university student and writing news in the summers and on weekends. The great Jack Pineo read the six o’clock news which I wrote. He was […]

  • Secret


    Troy Secret In the classic movie Animal House staring John Belushi, some of the roudy students are put on “double-secret probation.” Yieks. You’re in trouble and you don’t know it and if you could find out you’re in trouble, you’d have to find out twice to get out of the double-secret part. Which brings us […]

  • Lessons from David Bowie


    David Bowie did not register with me until very late in his career, and long after my intense interest in rock and roll. I had been in the right place on a couple of occasions, starting in 1968 in Montreal’s Paul Sauve Arena for a concert by Cream, the supergroup. That was an end of […]

  • The American Rust Belt Unveils Its Treasures


    Have I seen the epicenter of the fabled “rust-belt” of America? Perhaps. But most epicenters are movable feasts, changing as criteria change and through history and other lenses. As I drive regularly between Chicago and Boston, my cup runeth over with epicenters. The Detroit train station, Packard plant, GM Headquarters and old hotels — all […]