Table of contents for Sport public relations : managing organizational communication / G. Clayton Stoldt, Stephen W. Dittmore, Scott E. Branvold.

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Chapter 1 Introducing Sport Public Relations
Definition of Sport Public Relations
Characteristics of Sport Public Relations
Sport Public Relations in Practice
The Value of Public Relations
Organization of the Text
Learning Activities
Chapter 2 Integrating Public Relations With Strategic Management
 Public Relations As a Strategic Management Tool
Organizational Relationships and Public Relations
Issues Management
Organizational Reputation
Strategic Commitment to Public Relations
Learning Activities
Chapter 3 Utilizing Public Relations Campaigns
Distinguishing Between Programs and Campaigns
Planning and Executing Campaigns
Working With Public Relations Firms
Learning From Case Studies
Learning Activities
Chapter 4 Focusing on the Sport Organization¿Media Relationship
Definition of Mass Media
Mass Media Structures
Relationship Between Mass Media and Sport
Evolution of Sport Public Relations
Future of Public Relations
Learning Activites
Chapter 5 Managing the Media¿Organization Relationship
Identifying Influential Media
Servicing Media at Organizational Events
Developing an Organizational Media Policy
Maximizing Media Exposure
Learning Activities
Chapter 6 Providing Information Services
News Releases
Media Kits
Audio/Visual News Releases
Learning Activities
Chapter 7 Staging Interviews, News Conferences, and Media Events
News Conferences
Media Days
Learning Activities
Chapter 8 Developing Organizational Media
Media Guides
Other Printed Organizational Media
Electronic Organizational Media
Organizational Media Summary
Corporate Communications
Learning Activities
Chapter 9 Communicating in Times of Crisis
The Nature of Crises and the Need to Plan for Them
An Approach to Crisis Communications
Learning Activities
Chapter 10 Exploring Direct Contact Tactics
Advantages of Direct Contact Tactics
Benefits of Direct Contact Tactics
Types of Direct Contact Activities
Learning Activities
Chapter 11 Developing and Supporting Charitable Programs
Benefits of Charitable Programs
The Scope of Charitable Programs in Sport
Types of Charitable Programs
Issues in Planning Charitable Programs
Financial Leverage of Charitable Programs
Importance of Charitable Programs
Learning Activities
Chapter 12 Using the Web in Sport Public Relations
Evaluating Web Use in Sport Public Relations
Developing a Web Site
Structuring Web Sites for Specific Stakeholders
Identifying Web Site Limitations and Problems
Learning Activities
Chapter 13 Communicating With Internal Publics
Employee Relations
Investor Relations
Learning Activities
Chapter 14 Communicating With External Publics
Customer Relations
Donor Relations
Government Relations
Learning Activities
Chapter 15 Addressing Legal And Ethical Considerations
Tort Law
Intellectual Property
Constitutional Issues
Federal And State Legislation
Learning Activities
Appendix A: Selected Pages From a Set of College Football Game Notes
Appendix B: Selected Pages From a Women¿s Basketball Media Guide
Appendix C: Sample Crisis Communications Plan
Appendix D: Community Relations Plan for a College Baseball Program
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports -- Public relations.
Mass media and sports.
Communication in organizations.