The Ten Worst Video Media Disasters Of 2012

2012 was an election year, so it’s no surprise that politicians consistently committed the types of gaffes that took their campaigns far off message.

This year, we heard about the “47 percent,” “tacos,” and “chains.” But it wasn’t just politicians in trouble–an executive, a football coach, and three broadcast personalities also made the list.

Without further ado,


February 2012: The Eight Worst Video Media Disasters (Pt. 2)

Click here if you missed the first part of this month’s worst media disasters list.

Today, the countdown continues with February’s four worst media disasters.

This portion of the list includes evil spirits, rape victims who were assaulted because of feminism, and a politician whose number of unforced gaffes may end up earning him an


Susan G. Komen’s Bad Week In Crisis Communications

As you’ve surely heard by now, the Susan G. Komen Foundation ensnared itself in a major corporate crisis this week after its decision to discontinue grants to Planned Parenthood, a women’s health provider that provides abortion services.

The Foundation (kind of) reversed its decision this morning after suffering overwhelmingly negative coverage – but it even

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