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Answered a query from Barb Starr Successfully corrected the record Taken a selfie with a reporter Executed a media flight (finally!) Held a press conference (outside of DINFOS)
Been quoted in Air Force Times Prepped a nervous commander who had previously been “burned” by media Visited a local news station Been intercepted or “rolled up” by Security Forces during an on-base engagement Coordinated with Ann Stefanek on a RTQ
Written PAG (that was used as a coaster) Been referred as a spokesperson in an article based on the condition of being “on background” Worked with the “LA office” on an entertainment piece Worked with the “NY office” to tap into network TV based in NYC
Written an op-ed (editorial, commentary, etc) Engaged with media on Twitter Responded to one of the following crises: aircraft mishap, natural disaster, bomb threat Affected the outcome of a media report through off-the-record discussion Facilitated an engagement using Chatham House Rules
Tagged media in a tweet Provided media training to a group, wing, NAF or MAJCOM commander Worked on a story with Brian Everstine Contributed talking points for an OSD/PA “topper” Conducted media ops in a foreign country

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Words List For Media Bingo Bingo Cards

  • Answered a query from Barb Starr
  • Successfully corrected the record
  • Taken a selfie with a reporter
  • Executed a media flight (finally!)
  • Held a press conference (outside of DINFOS)
  • Been quoted in Air Force Times
  • Prepped a nervous commander who had previously been “burned” by media
  • Visited a local news station
  • Been intercepted or “rolled up” by Security Forces during an on-base engagement
  • Coordinated with Ann Stefanek on a RTQ
  • Written PAG (that was used as a coaster)
  • Been referred as a spokesperson in an article based on the condition of being “on background”
  • Been quoted by-name in an article
  • Worked with the “LA office” on an entertainment piece
  • Worked with the “NY office” to tap into network TV based in NYC
  • Written an op-ed (editorial, commentary, etc)
  • Engaged with media on Twitter
  • Responded to one of the following crises: aircraft mishap, natural disaster, bomb threat
  • Affected the outcome of a media report through off-the-record discussion
  • Facilitated an engagement using Chatham House Rules
  • Tagged media in a tweet
  • Provided media training to a group, wing, NAF or MAJCOM commander
  • Worked on a story with Brian Everstine
  • Contributed talking points for an OSD/PA “topper”
  • Conducted media ops in a foreign country