Professor Irving Schenkler discusses Fox News' response to the sexual harassment case against Roger Ailes
— July 20, 2016
Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "Irving Schenkler, a clinical professor of management communication at New York University’s Stern School of Business, said many firms follow a standard protocol about who can speak to the media. Usually that’s someone in communications. Or, occasionally, a crisis public relations strategist. But 12 voices at once? 'It’s quite striking to see such a leaky corporate vessel in real time,' he said. 'This is not an example of well-calibrated managerial response to a crisis type of situation.'"