Whenever a business gets too large, it ceases innovating and begins looking for ways to put a boot in the… Read more Associated Press Win over Meltwater is the Internet’s Loss
For some reason, people seem very comfortable assuming they know as much as anyone trained in marketing, advertising or public… Read more Thanks but no Thanks – Five Rebuttals for “Backseat Marketers”
Are bloggers journalists? This debate continues to simmer as the traditional news-gathering industry undergoes a painful period of rapid evolution.… Read more Are Bloggers Journalists? Are Journalists Bloggers?
The Pew Center Project for Excellence in Journalism recently published a study (“How Mainstream Media Outlets Use Twitter; Content Analysis… Read more The Survival of Newspapers Depends on Embracing Social Media – Pew Study Shows This Isn’t Happening
I’m going to respectfully disagree with Jim Crawford’s post over at PR Breakfast club (4 Reasons Why Journalists Still Make… Read more Journalists Make the Best Public Relations People? I Didn’t get that Memo.
The news media, like any other collective, has hierarchies. Scholars refer to the phenomenon as the “Agenda-Setting Media” (ASM). Described… Read more Example of the “Agenda-Setting Media” at Work
“The Customer is Always Right” goes the age-old retail mantra, usually muttered through gritted teeth. It’s a farce, of course. … Read more Social Media Makes Sure the “Customer is Right” by Reaching the Right Customers
Large, conglomerated titans ruling over a highly influential communication medium suddenly thrown into flux (replete with plummeting revenues) by the… Read more What Newspapers can Learn From the Music Industry
Jeff Jarvis at BuzzMachine has an interesting commentary on how the Economist is succeeding while the majority of newspapers around… Read more Did the Demise of Newspapers Have to be?