How Not to Have a Media-Friendly Press Conference

Friday, August 06, 2010 - 01:45 PM


Step one, hold the event in the sun. Step two, make sure the event lasts a really long time. Step three, after thirty minutes, ignore a reporters plea for them to take questions.

This example is brought to you by 32BJ Vice President Kyle Bragg, who was the emcee for a rally yesterday, and Daily News Bureau Chief Adam Lisberg.


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