Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Technology
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2018-09-25
ISBN: 
9780779886517
Carswell

Uncrossing the Wires: A Guide to Effective Communication Between Media and Emergency Services

Availability: In Stock

Uncrossing the Wires: A Guide to Effective Communication Between Media and Emergency Services aims to improve communications between emergency services and journalists when news is breaking and tensions run high. The rise in natural disasters and terror attacks, and the social media-fueled surge in rumor and misinformation, make it ever more important to ensure the public receives a fast and accurate flow of facts.

Packed with anecdotes and wisdom from practitioners of both crafts that have experienced some of Canadas biggest crises first-hand, the guide outlines the fundamentals of sound emergency communication, why it is crucial to successful crisis management, and why mishandling the message risks public safety and well-being. The guide also sheds light on how the digital and social media revolution has changed the game for journalists and communicators alike and offers real-world tips on the perils and potential of new technologies.

Some specific chapters you’ll find inside are:

  • Why Should I Talk to Reporters Anyway?
  • Understanding the Evolving Newsroom
  • Cops and ReportersTips from the Field
  • Terrorism and Mass Casualty Incidents
  • Journalists and the Judiciary
  • How Social Media Changed the Game
  • Appendix — Journalistic Sources Protection Act
Carswell

Uncrossing the Wires: A Guide to Effective Communication Between Media and Emergency Services

Availability: In Stock

Description

Uncrossing the Wires: A Guide to Effective Communication Between Media and Emergency Services aims to improve communications between emergency services and journalists when news is breaking and tensions run high. The rise in natural disasters and terror attacks, and the social media-fueled surge in rumor and misinformation, make it ever more important to ensure the public receives a fast and accurate flow of facts.

Packed with anecdotes and wisdom from practitioners of both crafts that have experienced some of Canadas biggest crises first-hand, the guide outlines the fundamentals of sound emergency communication, why it is crucial to successful crisis management, and why mishandling the message risks public safety and well-being. The guide also sheds light on how the digital and social media revolution has changed the game for journalists and communicators alike and offers real-world tips on the perils and potential of new technologies.

Some specific chapters you’ll find inside are:

  • Why Should I Talk to Reporters Anyway?
  • Understanding the Evolving Newsroom
  • Cops and ReportersTips from the Field
  • Terrorism and Mass Casualty Incidents
  • Journalists and the Judiciary
  • How Social Media Changed the Game
  • Appendix — Journalistic Sources Protection Act