‘KFC Malaysia Food Tampering Scandal, Youtube and Facebook’, and other recent contributions in our ‘About Media & Reputation’

We open a new series of posts by sharing with you a selection of the contributions published in our daily ‘About Media & Reputation’. ‘About Media & Reputation’ is created by a selection of contributions coming from people I follow at Twitter. Those are mainly experts in brands, reputation and crisis communication. My own Twitter…

News Corp Scandal Media Coverage in US Newspapers

In our previous post we showed some results about the reputation impact of News of the World scandal in News Corporation media reputation. Now we analyze how main newspapers in the United States are covering the scandal. News of the World phone hacking scandal has had up to now direct consequences for Rupert Murdoch’s media…

FIFA Bribery Case: Media Reputation Analysis

FIFA, the International Federation of Association Football is currently facing a major reputation crisis. FIFA top representatives have been accused of bribery and favours in order to influence the decision on the FIFA Football World Cup bids for 2018 and 2022, finally awarded to Russia and Qatar. The case is receiving massive media attention, as…

The Reputational Curse of Political Sex Scandals: The Impact of Schwarzenegger and Strauss-Kahn Scandals on Bill Clinton (and Monica Lewinsky) Reputation

We are covering the media impact and perception of Strauss-Kahn sex assault accusation. We also learn that former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger commited adultery. This second case is receiving also substantial media coverage mainly in US newspapers. In precedent posts we analyzed the impact of Strauss-Kahn scandal in the institution managed by him, the International…

Strauss-Kahn Arrest (2). Impact on IMF Reputation. Comparison with World Bank, United Nations and Other International Organizations

In the precedent post about media coverage of Dominique Strauss-Kahn assault and arrest we showed the profile of initial media reaction. We found out a strong association of both Strauss-Kahn and IMF to negative brand reputations vectors, in terms of “Scandal” and “Tragedy”. We show here the specific contribution of Strauss-Kahn current scandal to IMF…