The Ammerman Experience Sponsors Lights, Camera, Media Relations!: A Guide to Working with the Media
On August 13, The Ammerman Experience had the pleasure to be the exclusive sponsor for Public Relations Society of America-Houston New Professional’s Lights, Camera, Media Relations!: A Guide to Working with the Media. The seminar aimed to help attendees to learn how to tackle media relations head on.
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The Ammerman Experience public workshops are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, and are available to a limited number of attendees to ensure maximum personal attention. To register for a course, contact our office at 1.800.866.2026.
When former Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel addressed members of the Senate Armed Services Committee earlier this year during his confirmation hearing for Secretary of Defense, he used a technique that’s often as effective in communications as it is in football: the best defense is a good offense.
When the Wall Street Journal wrote an editorial supporting oil and gas drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, here’s how the paper addressed critics who opposed opening up this corner of Alaska to increase America’s energy supply…