Tag Archives: Journalism

Death

by Roger Pynn One thing you can look forward to when you die is that you won’t have to read the news.  After all, it is pretty depressing. Ho... Read More »

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Mistaken Identity

by Dan Ward Have we lost our ever-loving minds? When I first read that ESPN pulled a broadcaster from covering an upcoming University of Virgini... Read More »

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Hmmm …

by Roger Pynn I’m not sure how I feel about this Forbes article by Cheryl Conner, with whom I so often agree. On the surface, it mirrors our l... Read More »

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Citizen Journalists Are Always Ready – Are You?

by Dan Ward In the aftermath of the United Airlines “re-accommodating” incident, we’ve seen more headlines about airlines acting badly, usual... Read More »

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This is Not a PR Gaffe

by Roger Pynn I knew I’d see the headline sooner or later: 6 other PR Nightmares: United fiasco among worst corporate gaffes  The Bloomber... Read More »

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