Americans Turn to the Web For News

According to Reuters – Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe traditional journalism is out of touch, and nearly half are turning to the Internet to get their

Economy Not All Bad News

FEBRUARY 27, 2008 Consumer watchdog group, Conference Board reported this morning the consumer confidence index has plunged to the lowest point since the onset of the Iraq

Slain Editor Wins a Polk Award

The 2007 George Polk awards, informally known as the “Golden Globes of Journalism,” have been announced. Interestingly, a blogger (!) Joshua Micah Marshall of Talking Points

Traditional Vs. Social Media: Is It Really Either/Or?

When I was a kid, I saw All the President’s Men and Absence of Malice in the same week (thanks to HBO) and decided then and there I wanted

Viral Marketing and Instant Celebrity

Today, I learned about John Fitzgerald Page. While I am loathe to contribute to his newfound Internet celebrity, the whole story is a fascinating study of

When Entrepreneurs Can’t Do PR Anymore

Common Sense PR has an interesting post called When Entrepreneurs Can’t Do All The PR Anymore about “the golden period” when an entrepreneur can do everything him/herself and

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