Virtually everyone has heard the term “podcast” and more and more people are listening to them everyday. Still, as with the “blog” ten years ago, podcasts have and are continuing to emerge as an important medium for audio content downloaded by listeners/subscribers wherever and whenever it is most convenient. So, who exactly is listening, where … Continued
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Going for a walk on a summer morning and listening to a podcast helped put things into perspective. Richard Deitsch of The Athletic hosts a podcast that has become part of my weekend routine. He talks, in-depth, about media and trends to professionals who happen to cover sports. This week, he focused on two journalists, … Continued
If you’re in your mid-30s or younger, none of this probably makes sense to you. But if you worked in news, especially as a generalist in broadcast news, in the mid-’90s, you covered the story that broke exactly 25 years ago. The O.J. Simpson case was one the “big breaks” of my career. By no … Continued
Over the past 10 years, and especially in recent months, we have tried to do our part to help you understand how the decimation in media jobs affects PR. By reading this, maybe you get it better than most. But given the flow of PR sewage to journalist inboxes we wrote about about just a … Continued
It was one of the most interesting discussions I’ve ever had with a students. 90 minutes zoomed by. I had the privilege of speaking with the sports law class at Wayne State University’s Law School in Detroit. We discussed the intersection of media, sports, business and, as much as I could speak to it, law. … Continued
Again, life imitates art. In this case, it could be the first step toward a business tragedy It’s as if, just like in the 1987 movie “Wall Street,” someone called the Wall Street Journal, like the fictional “Wall Street Chronicle,” and fed the tip “Blue Horseshoe Loves Gannett.” The Journal reports Digital First Media, the … Continued