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Tame the Beast: Managing the Media During a Crisis

The public information officer (PIO) will ensure your campus provides accurate and appropriate information to the press during and after the incident while keeping journalists, the community and first…

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The public information officer (PIO) will ensure your campus provides accurate and appropriate information to the press during and after the incident while keeping journalists, the community and first responders safe. By Stephen Satterly Jr. · March 26, 2014