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Jul 2, 2017

Today's Guest: Karen Dunlap, president, The Poynter Institute

President Obama Election 2008: A Collection of Newspaper Front Pages Selected by the Poynter Institute, Mr. Media Interviews
President Obama Election 2008: A Collection of Newspaper Front Pages Selected by the Poynter Institute. Order your copy now by clicking on the book cover above!

What a crazy, crazy world. When I invited today’s guest, Karen Dunlap, president of...


Jun 19, 2017

Today's Guest: Neil Budde, co-founder, DailyMe.com

Neil Budde, DailyMe.com, Courier-Journal, editor, Mr. Media Interviews
Neil Budde, co-founder of DailyMe.com, is now executive editor of The Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

DailyMe.com
DailyMe.com

I’m not one of those crybabies who thinks newspapers are dying. I do, however, think that the news itself is migrating to new distribution...


Jun 18, 2017

Today's Guest: Marlise Kast, author, Tabloid Prodigy: Getting the Gossip, and Selling My Soul in the Cutthroat World of Hollywood Reporting

Marlise Kast, author Tabloid Prodigy, Mr. Media Interviews
Marlise Kast, author Tabloid Prodigy: Getting the Gossip, and Selling My Soul in the Cutthroat World of Hollywood Reporting

 

Tabloid Prodigy: Dishing the Dirt, Getting the Gossip, and Selling My Soul in the Cutthroat World of Hollywood Reporting by Marlise Kast, Mr. Media Interviews
Tabloid Prodigy: Dishing the Dirt, Getting the...


Mar 14, 2017

Today's Guest: Laurel Touby, founder, MediaBistro.com

Laurel Touby, MediaBistro.com, Jon Fine, BusinessWeek
Laurel Touby, MediaBistro.com, Jon Fine, BusinessWeek

When Laurel Touby started MediaBistro.com in 1996, being a freelancer in the media business was a fairly solitary position. She became the socializer-in-chief, organizing events to draw writers and editors...


Mar 8, 2017

Today's Guest: Lane DeGregory, Tampa Bay Times journalist, reporter, 2009 winner of Pulitzer Prize Feature Writing

Lane DeGregory
Lane DeGregory, St. Petersburg Times, Winner, 2009 Pulitzer Prize Feature Writing

The story you’re about to hear is true, even if it sounds implausible even for fiction. It’s about a little girl...