PR Insurance

Paul Bradshaw, writing today for Poynter Online, raises an important issue that’s as old as, well, the age of citizen-journalists, i.e., less than 10 years: “In the E-mail Era, Who Owns the Interview?”I also posted on this journalistic conundrum in August 2005 following Mark Cuban’s open dust-up with The New York Times’s Andrew Ross Sorkin.You…… Continue reading PR Insurance

The Reading Room

We were gathered at our bi-monthly Boys’ Lunch at Michael’s last month when one of “the boys,” a very senior media-minded communications executive, looked at me incredulously when I said I actually read Bernoff’s Groundswell, Jarvis’s What Would Google Do, and Godin’s Tribes, among others.He definitely thought I was either drunk on the Kool-Aid or…… Continue reading The Reading Room