Posts Tagged ‘ Journalism ’
Okay, I think it is good to talk about this — blogging. With recent accusations that the move to user-generated content on the Web is resulting in a less fulfilling experience, I think it only appropriate to give some pointers to the blogosphere and those looking to get into it. Blogging can fill a real [...]
ESPN recently ran a column by Gene Wojciechowski and the steroid scandal that is still brewing in MLB (read the article here).
Are you kidding me, Wojciechowski makes it seem like Kirk Radomski is doing something wrong by being willing to testify about the HGH/Steroids issues and what he knows about them. Although an opinion piece, [...]
In my introductory journalism class, my professor told us of a story where a newspaper reprinted an article of his by simply putting quotation marks around it.
Well, as a PR person myself, this happens to us from time to time, only it is actually condoned and, as a matter of fact, I am thrilled when [...]
I recently saw the movie “Good Night, and Good Luck,” what a wonderful, intelligent movie. I am struck that we need another Edward R. Murrow in the media, granted, with all the citizen media we do have individuals willing to stick their necks out who don’t fear of sponsors or retribution.
We need media who don’t [...]
The old saying, “A picture is worth 1000 words” is evidently more than a saying. According to Bennett & Company’s 16th Annual Media Survey, 90 percent of journalists are saying that graphics are a good way to get coverage.
Read the survey results here
My Two Cents: It’s always nice to know how to get more media [...]
When I was in school we learned that the news media didn’t tell us what to think, rather, they told us what to think about.
Here is a site that is making some serious claims against some top-tier national and international news services.
Click here to see the brief video clip.
What do you think? Are we being [...]