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Two Case Studies of Successful Strategic Communication Campaigns


Authored by Dr. Thomas P. Galvin. Added March 05, 2019 Type: Book 241 Pages Download Format: PDF Cost: Free Brief Synopsis View the Executive Summary Strategic communication has come to be a popular term to describe the process by which U.S. military organizations managed and unified their planned communications efforts. Unfortunately, joint doctrine leaves many of the… Continue reading Two Case Studies of Successful Strategic Communication Campaigns

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Voice of America’s Weekly Audience Increases Significantly


Voice of America’s Weekly Audience Increases Significantly Voice of America’s weekly global audience measured significantly higher in the past year, showing a net weekly audience gain of 38.4 million adults, reaching 275.2 million, according to the latest annual numbers released by the U.S. Agency for Global Media. In total, VOA’s weekly audience has grown by sixty percent… Continue reading Voice of America’s Weekly Audience Increases Significantly

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Definitions for IO and IW, a common sense approach


I read an interesting article this morning, one of the authors even has experience with Army IO.  He and his partner tried to make the case that Turkey had waged an Information Operation to expose the Kashoggi assassination by Saudi Arabia. Khashoggi Case- Analysis of an Information Operation – Security Studies Group. When I read the… Continue reading Definitions for IO and IW, a common sense approach

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File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#99)


Precepts This is a compilation of news, articles, essays, and reports on strategic communications, Public Diplomacy, public affairs, U.S. and foreign government international broadcasting, and information operations.  The editorial intent is to: share with busy practitioners the academic and policy ferment in Public Diplomacy and related fields from long speeches, testimonies, and articles, flag the… Continue reading File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#99)

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John Brown’s Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review


History and Future of Public Diplomacy Focus of November 5 Lunch Forum Announcing the Winners of the 2018 Lois Roth Endowment Awards for Excellence in Cultural Diplomacy RFE/RL calls to end impunity for crimes against journalists History and Future of Public Diplomacy Focus of November 5 Lunch Forum Posted: 04 Nov 2018 01:40 PM PST via… Continue reading John Brown’s Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review

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File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#98)


File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#98) Sun, Oct 28, 2018 at 8:26 PM Files Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#98) October 28, 2018, Seen on the Web 4706-4791 . . . the Government of the United States, which gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance requires only that… Continue reading File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#98)

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File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#97)


Arabs need to read in their own language so they can understand and discuss the various aspects and complications of democracy in the United States and the West. If an Egyptian reads an article exposing the actual cost of a construction project in Washington, then he or she would be able to better understand the… Continue reading File Notes on Information, Communication, and Public Diplomacy (#97)