Archive for the ‘Crisis Management’ Category

Rule 40: The Event-that-must-not-be-named

Tomorrow’s a big day for the whole world. A time when we will all get together (Sorry, Russia) and celebrate our countries’ greatest athletes. If you are planning on talking about this big day on your personal account feel free – but if you are taking the talk on your company’s social media, you’ll have […]

Effective Crisis Management: Your Business Depends on it

Publicists relish consumer PR – pitching the hottest new restaurant, trend or event to hit the market is certainly has its perks. Clients put a premium on proactive PR that raises awareness, highlights their business and drives their bottom line. However, some of the most important PR a company will ever engage in usually falls […]

George Regan Featured in CommonWealth Magazine

      We at Regan communications are excited to share with you a one-on-one interview with our beloved, George Regan thanks to CommonWealth Magazine. If you haven’t had the chance to take a peek at the article, it’s worth a quick read. You can find out who the PR puppy was named after, how digital media […]

What the MBTA needs to do

The past three weeks haven’t been kind to Massachusetts, with a record-setting winter in both snowfall and sub-freezing temperatures. Snow accumulation that would typically make up two or even three winters has fallen in less than a month. Not surprisingly, people are frustrated and taking those frustrations out on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), […]

Protecting your Online Identity

News of data breaches at major companies, such as Target, Sony, JP Morgan Chase, Anthem, and more have resulted in a tidal wave of security concerns for consumers, businesses and government officials alike.   These incidents are a PR nightmare for the businesses involved in the breaches, but they are also a PR opportunity for businesses […]

Crisis Communications: PR lessons in putting out a fire

When I was growing up I had no idea I would be a fireman (of sorts) one day. Many of us fancied ourselves as journalists, actors and public relations executives. Looking at it now however, I don’t know anyone working in PR who knew when they started that they would be regularly putting out fires […]

Instagram is Your Next Crisis Fix—Just Pick a Filter

A photo may be worth a thousand words, but a celebrity Instagram is worth that plus thousands of followers’ likes and comments. A fan favorite, Instagram, gives followers a glimpse of celebrities’ daily lives, showing shots of stars’ preparations for award shows, hang-outs with famous friends, ‘foodgrams,’ selfies and the beloved, #TBT or “Throwback Thursdays.” […]

Chach’s Sports Corner: How To Sever A Relationship

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Donald Sterling owns the L.A. Clippers. He was taped talking to his girlfriend and allegedly making racist, derogatory comments toward minorities. We all remember what our mothers told us growing up. “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” I can still […]


Large-scale events, be they a Wampanoag ball, Rappaport Roundtable or City Council meeting, tend to involve a lot of attendees, and if you’re lucky, a lot of media who have ultimately come to plaster the event on their respective news pages or websites. Yet PR practitioners must take into account the rodeo-esque atmosphere that surrounds them at […]

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