Post Originals  ·   March 31, 2012

Va. Tech President Steger answers question on hindsight (0:32)

- After the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, the university paid $600,000 to Burson-Marsteller, a public relations firm that bills itself as helping clients when the “stakes are high.” The following clip shows an executive from the firm giving a mock interview to University President Charles W. Steger to prepare him for real media encounters. After the April 16 incident, the campus was inundated with reporters, with about 500 showing up for the first commencement ceremony.  The mock interview was obtained from Robert Hall, an attorney who represented the families of two victims in the recent wrongful death case.  (Video 1 of 2.) ()

- After the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, the university paid $600,000 to Burson-Marsteller, a public relations firm that bills itself as helping clients when the “stakes are high.” The following clip shows an executive from the firm giving a mock interview to University President Charles W. Steger to prepare him for real media encounters. After the April 16 incident, the campus was inundated with reporters, with about 500 showing up for the first commencement ceremony.  The mock interview was obtained from Robert Hall, an attorney who represented the families of two victims in the recent wrongful death case.  (Video 1 of 2.) ()

Va. Tech President Steger answers question on hindsight (0:32) (0:33)

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