Journalism Tag

11 Jul Four Tips to Help You Own Your Next Media Interview

Company spokespeople have one common goal: wanting to tell their organization’s story in a way that resonates with their customers. Done correctly, media interviews can be an ideal vehicle for achieving that goal. Unfortunately, they’re not always done correctly. I’ve run into more than one person...

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30 May Trolling in the Deep

Say what you will about President Trump. In addition to rock-solid email server management, he’s given us what is undeniably the best reality show of all time -- and it runs 24 hours a day! But then something truly special happens around 5pm -- the magic...

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21 Aug The Effects of Social Media on Journalism

Cision’s 2015 Global Social Journalism Study was released recently and after looking through the results several times, specifically the U.S. results, they seem to tell a story of how journalism has changed and is continuing to change, due to online content, new publishing cycles, and social media itself. About...

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10 Mar Would You Pay $30,000 for a Comma?

My wife descends from a proud lineage of ball busters. Take her great grandfather, Frederick G. Vosburgh, former editor of National Geographic magazine. So obsessed with scrupulous accuracy was Vosburgh that he famously stopped the presses in 1964 to insert a missing restrictive comma into an article...

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31 Mar Is Sponsored Content the End to Journalism?

Online journalist and founder of website, The Dish, Andrew Sullivan believes sponsored content is ruining journalism. He recently gave a talk to a Harvard Law School audience entitled, “How Advertising Defeated Journalism.”  He defined sponsored content “as a piece in a magazine or newspaper that...

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19 Dec The Changing Business of PR

For quite a while now, we (PR pros) have been closely watching the changing media landscape. When I first started in the biz, an online hit was acceptable but everyone wanted to be in the all coveted print publication. But with the shaky economy and...

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