We're All Gonna Die!

Veen, Chad Vander
July 2008
Government Technology;Jul2008, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the type of headline used by the public sector in news releases compared with the media in the U.S. He cites several media headlines which he considered stupid, clever or uninspired. He admits that the periodical "Government Technology" also have boring headlines as well as informative ones. He notes the benefit of straightforward headlines in the news releases of the public sector.


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