More than half of the 14,000 active service members from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have been deployed to Iraq in the last ten years. Due to President Obama declaring the end of the Iraq war, some of those servicemen and -women will return home around the new year. WNYC is collecting stories about… Read more »
Daily Archives: Monday, April 23, 2012
From Meg Cramer, PIN analyst with Changing Gears: This week, Changing Gears will air “Where Did Everybody Go?,” an hour-long special inspired by the PIN-sourced “Midwest Migration” project. The special examines some of the dynamics of Midwestern out-migration, and the challenges the region faces when it comes to keeping young, talented people from leaving. The… Read more »
When a newsroom decides it wants real engagement with the audience, the next question is: “How do we make it happen?” The answer can be boiled down to one word: Campaign. That word makes most reporters/editors squirm, as thoughts of marketing (an advertising campaign) or partisan politics (the campaign to elect X) come to mind. But… Read more »
Mike Wallace has died, which means my Twitter feed is rich with links to the legendary interrogator’s notable one-on-ones
Our earlier pieces exploring the challenges adult men face in finding and forging close male friendshipsled to a featured chat today on The Daily Circuit at Minnesota Public Radio.