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Watching The Future of TV News in London

Posted on November 26th, 2013 Written on michael's blog
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  iPhones all around There was a pretty funny announcement this morning from Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo: “News is definitely a daily habit for our users,” said Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, “and Katie will work with our talented editorial team to pioneer a new chapter of digital journalism.” Katie, in this case, would be Katie Couric, former anchor for The Today Show and no one’s idea of someone who is pioneering ‘a new chapter

Tags : iPhone , Katie , Couric , Marissa , Mayer , London , Live

Who Needs Zombies?

Posted on November 16th, 2013 Written on michael's blog


  The Dead Sea Yesterday, we caught the 7:40AM flight from Newark to Heathrow on Virgin Atlantic. This meant getting up at 4:00AM to be able to make the flight. I don’t mind getting up early, so I was in the kitchen getting breakfast together and turned on NPR. At that hour when, I suppose, there are few listeners, NPR was carrying an hour of BBC World News. As the presenter (it’s The BBC) was reading through the headlines, she came to the numbe

Who Killed William McKinley?

Posted on October 15th, 2013 Written on michael's blog


  The news that rocked the nation It is only now 112 years since President WIlliam McKinley was assassinated in Buffalo New York, but the event still captures the imagination of all Americans. Was there a conspiracy? Was there a 'second gunman' on the grassy streetcorner? Only last month The Atlantic and Time Magazine devoted their entire issues to WIliam McKinley and 'The McKinley Mystique'. And, of course, there are numerous works of ficiton imagining what

Who Killed William McKinley?

Posted on October 15th, 2013 Written on michael's blog


  It is only now 112 years since President WIlliam McKinley was assassinated in Buffalo New York, but the event still captures the imagination of all Americans. Was there a conspiracy? Was there a 'second gunman' on the grassy streetcorner? Only last month The Atlantic and Time Magazine devoted their entire issues to WIliam McKinley and 'The McKinley Mystique'. And, of course, there are numerous works of ficiton imagining what America, and indeed, the world would have been like if only McKin

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