Vice President, Communications Director JE Dunn Construction Company
Gallagher will share her media experiences ranging from CBS News in Washington D.C. during the 2000 presidential election, which was before reality television and when people tuned in primarily to the nightly news broadcast, in comparison to what is now known as “The 24 Hour News Cycle” – news available 24-hours a day through multi-faceted channels ranging from television to internet to social media. The speed to market for news, accuracy in reporting and fact-checking, social media opinions and advertising, and so much more has changed how people demand and consume the news. Gallagher will share how this evolved news environment impacts the built environment, and she will discuss crisis communications best practices.
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Attendees will gain familiarity to the current news environment and how to navigate its changing landscape.
Attendees will learn best practices for crisis communications, specifically for the built environment.
Attendees will learn how to navigate the demands of speed to market information for social media and news media outlets balanced with the importance of distributing correct information.