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7 Superior Podcasts for Super Listeners Eyeing the Big Picture

Sword and the Script

This program does for podcasts, what native ads have done for online print. True to its conservative newspaper roots, the program tends to lean right in its coverage in my opinion. This daily show sums up the business news of the day and has broadcast for many years over the radio airwaves. The show is produced by the American Public Media (APM), and like many public radio shows, I find the coverage tends to lean left. TED Radio Hour. (~60 by Frank Strong.

Radio 84

Pew Study Finds Americans Still Prefer Watching to Reading the News

PRSay

Overall, 34 percent of Americans now obtain their news from the web, marking a 6 percent increase from 2016. The survey also revealed that: Fewer Americans are relying on newspapers. The survey reflected the country’s declining dependence on print media; only 7 percent of respondents, compared with 2016’s 11 percent, say they rely on newspapers to stay connected to current events. Radio is still a popular medium.

Radio 99

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WHO OWNS THE MEDIA?

Maxim Behar's Blog

Even the largest international newspaper has been relying for its survival much more on its website than on its print edition. A large number of the surviving press outlets exist solely thanks to their websites, because a print medium is not a dynamic media platform updated by the minute. It’s not limited to newspapers—it’s the same with TV and radio. There is hardly a decent radio station that doesn’t have a proper web­site that’s updated regularly.

PR for Establishing Your Addiction Specialist Practice

Mora Communications

Although television, online and print ads can bring some new patients to your practice, the opportunities a well-planned public relations campaign can offer are organic and far reaching. Being featured as an expert in the field in print, radio TV and online not only helps build your practice but is also one of the most effective ways to establish credibility with potential new patients.

9 Little Stories from a One Time Public Relations Gig with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

Sword and the Script

3) Snakes do Drive Time Radio. What we learned along the way was that it also had the potential for broadcast radio as well. So, in the wee hours in the morning, we drove from downtown DC to the area radio stations in Gaithersburg, Md. for drive time morning radio. I seem to remember having both print and broadcast media in attendance. It struck me as both savvy and class act to broadcast the final performance on the web.

Radio 97

Media relations is thriving

Stephen Waddington

If you read an article about an individual or organisation in your favourite magazine or newspaper you’re likely to view it far more favourably than if you heard the information direct. The rise of mass media, namely print newspapers, magazines, radio and television, provided a shortcut to large audiences and it enabled the business to operate at scale. At the same time, the ability to print fast and cheaply bought about a concurrent revolution.

Research Shows Journalists Want More Multimedia from PR Pros

Beyond PR

With print becoming less important to audiences, telling stories in more visual ways is critical – and public relations professionals can help. While some still struggle with multimedia, there are people who would rather just write or take photos, there’s no question that journalism will become an even more visual industry in the future, especially when print eventually disappears, he says. Many of those images show up in magazines, newspapers and blogs, she says.

Digital journalism is alive but is digital PR?

Norton's Notes

Several years have now passed since the birth of Web 2.0 Digital journalism can mean many things according to Wikipedia: Digital journalism also known as online journalism is a contemporary form of journalism where editorial content is distributed via the Internet as opposed to publishing via print or broadcast. Digital Journalism is the future and sadly the regional newspapers are still trying to make this profitable without losing their readership too quickly.