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Tweet Follow me This is Abraham’s Rule For Media: People Are Voyeurs. That means media works because people want to know about people. This is a rule that’s constantly violated by media journalists and editors and on a daily basis. They violate the rule the moment they cry “Who cares about what Miley Cyrus does” in reaction to some tweet or blog post about her. It’s that very cry and whine about such content that causes media giants to topple: they just don’t get that people...

Tweet Follow me What do Warren Buffett, Zennie Abraham, Jeff Cutler, have in common? All were featured on the Tonya Hall Radio Show on Friday, May 25th. On Friday, Warren Buffett wrote a letter stating that Berkshire Hathaway intended to add more newspapers to its collection. This mainly because Buffett loves newspapers and reads five of them a day. That news formed a great conversation you can listen to now here: http://www.radioconetwork.com/rss/THS/052512_THS.mp3 ...

Tweet Follow me As associate producer on the new documentary, #WhileWeWatch, from Director Kevin Breslin and 8com, I have had an opportunity to dive, in a face-to-the-pavement sort of way, into the new wave of citizen media. Livestreaming, blogs, free press, immediate video uploads to youtube minutes after it is filmed. Watching arrests that seem completely unwarranted from the angel of the viewer. Spending long, coffee driven nights glued to the screen watching the police raid Oakland, Zuccotti Park and various #OccupyWallSt...

Tweet Follow me The President made a compelling case for his vision of the future of the United States, putting the GOP on notice that he is committed to the quality of life for every citizen. The debate over deficits and the federal budget, he said, is about more than just cutting and spending, characterizing the conversation as about the kind of future we want. In a pointed reference to the so-called Ryan plan, President Obama glossed right over the premise we might magically get to an unemployment level below...