The Reputation Doctor® talks to networks about ‘Scandal’-style TV show
By Steve Barrett, PRWeek
Mike Paul’s real-life crisis and reputation show could be on air by next year.
NEW YORK: Mike Paul, The Reputation Doctor, has linked up with a TV agent and law firm with a view to producing a real-life TV show focusing on crisis PR and reputation issues.
The proposed docu-series would comprise 60-minute shows featuring Paul as a fixer who works with high-profile fallen heroes of all types, including A-list celebrities, sports stars, businesspeople, politicians, nonprofits, or rich and powerful individuals. He is working with a production company to shop the format to TV networks, some of which have already run similar shows.
“There hasn’t been a Scandal-type show of any kind since it became a big hit,” said Paul.… Read the rest
Wolfeboro Police Chief Robert Copeland Resigned Due To Power Of The Court Of Public Opinion
Former Wolfeboro New Hampshire Police Commissioner Robert Copeland resigned his post in shame today. Copeland had called the President of the United States, Barack Obama, a NIGGER. And he did so with pride. His hubris was so great he thought he could get away with it as an elected official himself. He obviously did not understand how reputation works. He truly underestimated the power of the court of public opinion versus the court of law, including election law.
Robert Copeland was not tried in legal court nor did he lose in a re-election campaign. He was forced out by a town concerned for its own reputation combined with the pressure of others, including myself, asking for a boycott of Wolfeboro until he resigned.… Read the rest
Mike Paul, the Reputation Doctor®, Named To List of Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior in U.S. for 2012 by Trust Across America
While there are many “top” lists and awards, none specifically address trustworthy business behavior – perhaps because the word “trust” presents a definitional challenge. For three years Trust Across America has been working with a growing team of experts to study, define and quantify trustworthy business behavior. While our research is nowhere near complete, we know that an organization cannot be deemed trustworthy without a culture that embraces the following characteristics: Financial stability and strength, Accounting conservativeness, Corporate integrity, Transparency, Sustainability and long-term Reputation preservation.
During the course of our research, we have met with and spoken to hundreds of thought leaders, across a variety of silos that, when their efforts are combined, help create trustworthy companies. Many of these people are well known and have received numerous honors and accolades, while others are quietly working behind the scenes.… Read the rest