Alternative Facts, “Fake News” & Local TV

In a focus group I sat in on last week, one local news viewer said,  “There are plenty of places I can turn to for opinion, no matter if it is left, right or something else.  I watch the local news because it isn’t like that.”  According to our research, his viewpoint is shared by [...]

By | 2017-01-24T20:46:41+00:00 January 24th, 2017|CJ&N, Election Coverage, Strategy|0 Comments

Election Lesson: We ARE the “Media Elites “!

Many say we “missed it.” I think they’re right. Critics say the media didn’t get it because they are “media elites” who are out of touch with the people. And I think they’re right. Honestly, I didn’t quite understand the meaning of “media elites” at first. But I think I do now. Many of us [...]

By | 2016-12-13T15:28:00+00:00 November 11th, 2016|CJ&N, Election Coverage, Strategy|0 Comments

Using Coaching to Give Your Staff Room to Grow

A discussion this morning with my colleagues on offering push notifications prompted further discussion and thought about why it’s so common in this business to boil things down to yea or nay.  Crosstalk or no crosstalk, instead of, what kind, or how to do the best. It is a frustration of many managers I work with [...]