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224-176-1425 ( SL 1.01 ) -  Interact With News Media 224-176-1425 ( SL 1.01 ) - Interact With News Media Presentation Transcript

  • Interact With News Media 224-176-1425 Presented by Trainingnco.com
  • Condition:  In a field, military operations in urban terrain (MOUT) or garrison environment interact with news media when no public affairs practitioners are present.
  • Standard:  Identified the principles of interacting with the media.
  • Performance Steps 1. Role of the individual when interacting with the media. 2. Guidelines for speaking with the media. 3. Inform the chain of command of interaction with the media.
  • Role of the individual when interacting with the media a. Check identification or press credentials. If identification or press credentials are produced, continue with interview. If no identification or press credentials are produced, refer the individual to your chain of command or public affairs representative. b. Recognize your rights. c. Maintain operational security (OPSEC). Do not discuss classified information.
  • Role of the individual when interacting with the media a. Check identification or press credentials. If identification or press credentials are produced, continue with interview. If no identification or press credentials are produced, refer the individual to your chain of command or public affairs representative. b. Recognize your rights. c. Maintain operational security (OPSEC). Do not discuss classified information.
  • Recognize your rights 1) You don't have to speak to the media. 2) You don't have to answer all the questions. 3) You control the length of the interview.
  • Role of the individual when interacting with the media a. Check identification or press credentials. If identification or press credentials are produced, continue with interview. If no identification or press credentials are produced, refer the individual to your chain of command or public affairs representative. b. Recognize your rights. c. Maintain operational security (OPSEC). Do not discuss classified information.
  • Performance Steps 1. Role of the individual when interacting with the media. 2. Guidelines for speaking with the media. 3. Inform the chain of command of interaction with the media.
  • Guidelines for speaking with the media. a. Think before you answer. b. Tell the truth. You should not lie or intentionally mislead members of the media. c. Discuss only things that you have direct responsibility for or have personal knowledge about. Speak at your level. You should discuss only matters for which you have direct knowledge. d. Don't answer speculative (what if) or hypothetical questions. e. Avoid jargon, acronyms, slang and technical terms. f. Answer the question with which you are most comfortable when asked multiple questions. g. Keep remarks brief and concise. h. Assume everything you say may be printed or broadcast. i. Use quot;Iquot; not quot;wequot; when stating your opinion. j. If you don't know the answer to a question or cannot discuss it for any reason, say so. Avoid using quot;no commentquot;.
  • Performance Steps 1. Role of the individual when interacting with the media. 2. Guidelines for speaking with the media. 3. Inform the chain of command of interaction with the media.
  • Check on Learning Which is the First Performance Step? c. Guidelines for speaking with the media. d. Inform the chain of command of interaction with the media. Establish security e. Role of the individual when interacting with the media.
  • Check on Learning Which is the First Performance Step? c. Guidelines for speaking with the media. d. Inform the chain of command of interaction with the media. Establish security e. Role of the individual when interacting with the media.
  • Check on Learning Do you have to speak to the media? C. Yes D. No
  • Check on Learning Do you have to speak to the media? C. Yes D. No
  • Reference  AR 360-1  FM 46-1
  • Interact With News Media 224-176-1425 Presented by Trainingnco.com