Strombo is out and it looks like MacLean is back in at Hockey Night in Canada. But don’t blame Strombo. This is a classic tale of management losing site of their target audience — a lesson you can learn from.
It’s funny how things go full circle. 27 years ago, I walked through the front door of my residence apartment at Canadore College in North Bay, Ontario — and a gregarious wall of a man […]
Former journalist Dan Lyons wrote a scathing book about the tech sector based on his experiences. But, is his experience the exception or the rule? Is he to blame for not doing his research before taking the job to see if it was a good fit? Anyone thinking about jumping to tech should read this blog first.
Many professions have their own language and lingo. Tech. Engineering. Telecomm. Mining. But, in health care, the stakes are higher when it comes to miscommunication.
Your phone rings. It’s a reporter. They want to interview you as an expert – an incredible opportunity. But, you’re not ready and you’re panicking. This post will help you prepare in less than two hours. Buckle up.
Many people don’t know the difference between a columnist and a reporter. Well, if you plan on attacking a newspaper over its coverage, you better know what you’re talking about to avoid looking like an idiot.
Before Kanye, Eminem, Taylor Swift, Steve Jobs and Twitter — there was Robert Burns. A lyrical assassin. Poet. Romantic. Rabble rouser.
“Spotlight” has put journalism back in the movies but it’s not the first. Here are my choices for top 10 journalism movies.
Earned media coverage is often the forgotten part of a corporate marketing strategy — despite being the most effective in reaching core audiences.
Small businesses want media coverage but don’t know how. Local news is short-staffed and looking for story ideas. This blog post brings them together.