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Howard Bragman to Lay Out 2014's Agenda in Next 'In The Office' Series

Well-Known PR Professional and TV Pundit to be Interviewed on CommPRO.biz about What to Expect in the Coming Year

NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CommPRO.biz, (http:/www.commpro.biz) a b2b digital community serving the PR/IR, marketing, advertising and corporate communications industries, will offer a free interview and question-and-answer session with Howard Bragman and Doug Simon, President & CEO of D S Simon Strategic Video Communications in the next installment of its popular "In The Office" series, Focus '14: The Agenda for PR Pros—A Conversation with Howard Bragman at 2 p.m. ET, Thursday, Jan. 30. The webcast will be free and registration can be found at https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/10/3160.

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Three key items will continue to dominate the PR landscape in the coming year: reputation management, working with the media, and crisis communications. For PR professionals, careers will hinge on how successful they are able to handle these areas.

Among the issues to be discussed will be:
The current role PR plays in corporate, institutional and personal management;
The crumbling wall between PR and journalism;
How to prepare for and successfully navigate a crisis

Simon is president and CEO of D S Simon Strategic Video Communications and an innovator in the use of video to achieve organization's communication goals. Bragman is chairman of Fifteen Minutes Public Relations and vice chairman of Reputation.com. Prior to Fifteen Minutes, he founded BNC, which has become the largest entertainment PR agency in the world. 

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