This week's best articles, alongside short snippets of miscellaneous interestingness that you won't want to miss out on.


Volume XIX
JUST A THOUGHT 

"It doesn't matter how schooled you are in delivering the message if you don't have the right message to start with."


-Erik Bernstein


 
 
From the Editor

ON POLITICS IN GAMING... 

"The most common causes of crises are the conflict between expectation and reality or a conflict between two different messages from the same source. The game is a piece of messaging in itself. They [game studios] need to think about the message that the entire game is sending and their in-person communication needs to be on the same page.”


-Erik Bernstein, speaking with Polygon for "Why are game companies so afraid of the politics in their games?"


 
 

BLOGS

 
 
 

The Five Core Concepts of

Business Success





 
 

The Very Hard Truth About Your Next Natural Disaster



 
 
 

Are Logical Fallacies Hurting Your Crisis Communications?





 
 

The 5 Conundrums of
Media Relations



 
 

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About Us


 
 

JONATHAN BERNSTEIN
President of Bernstein Crisis Management


 

ERIK BERNSTEIN 
VP of Bernstein Crisis Management


 
 
 
 

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