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Interview Or Just A Statement?

Sometimes when I’m presented with this dilemma it reminds of the old Yogiism  “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” While only Yogi Berra himself knew what he meant at the time, we can have a clearer … Continue reading

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4 Reasons To Agree To Or Even Pitch A Media Interview

Dealing with fear and apprehension one may have in engaging with a reporter  is important as discussed in the previous post, but having a purpose is critical too.   In fact, having purpose can take a lot of that hesitancy away and provide … Continue reading

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Why Should You Say Yes To A TV Interview?

At first,  the proposition of accepting a television interview might be a little intimidating. The thought of answering questions with the unblinking eye of the TV camera probing your very soul can make you curl up in the fetal position … Continue reading

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Responding To Stealth Social Media Apps

Most of us know the impact that social media has had on our culture.  Some of it’s great and some has really led us down a slippery slope. One aspect has parents learning of a secret struggle their kids have … Continue reading

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Ann Compton: Truth and Bias In Reporting

Earlier this year, I attended a breakfast event hosted Trinity University called “Policy Maker Breakfasts.”  It’s a series of events that features speakers of note who have in the past or presently have a unique position or experience that gives … Continue reading

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What Kids Knew Then, May Not Know Now

I recently stumbled upon a study that I thought was interesting because it reflects the shifting of what’s common knowledge with kids. That could be a function of how much technology is consumed or it could be just a generation’s … Continue reading

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Study: Sometimes High Tech and School DON’T Mix

Multitasking is something that’s been around a long time. Like your mom answering the phone while she was looking over homework or ironing a shirt or dress for the next day.  Sometimes it’s necessary.  But what about multitasking with today’s … Continue reading

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Social Media-Rising In Younger Kids

Estimates say 7.5 million children under 13 years of age that have lied about their age to open a Facebook account. Continue reading

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E-Worship Growing With High Tech

…church leaders are realizing the capabilities that are out there to get the message of salvation to the masses… It doesn’t seem that long ago that many churches, including my own, thought they were on the cutting edge of worship … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey season 2: Proof Quality is Possible

As someone who is a member of the media and is generally surrounded by a variety of  different programs, I’ll tell you there is a lot of truth to the phrase, “so many channels, so little to watch.”  There is … Continue reading

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