Imagine that you started work normally today, but by 11 a.m. you were managing the worst crisis of your career. Now, a reporter and a camera crew are at your door to interview YOU.
Saying “no” is risky. Saying “yes” is risky.
We can help you reduce that risk.
Vallejo Community Access Television presents Ms. Carol Ivy, a long time Bay Area expert in media management. Ms. Ivy brings to the table a host of ways to help you tell your story on your terms, not the reporter’s.
We know how easy it is for an unfortunate event to spiral into a crisis, potentially casting you and your organization in a negative light. This seminar will arm you with basic skills to avoid the wrong kind of media reporting of your message.
You will have the opportunity to learn how to control your interview and your message. It is your “turf” and the reporter is merely the conduit to your “target” audiences.”
VCAT and Carol Ivy are offering this important information at a three-hour seminar on April 21, 2015 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.
This event will be held at the Vallejo Community Access Television office at Jesse Bethel High School. Upon registration, VCAT will send you additional information and a map to our location in Vallejo.
To register, fill out this form or call us at (707) 642-8228
Vallejo Farmers Market takes place every Saturday on Georgia Street in Vallejo.