Beginning today and running until Wednesday, January 21, Rick’s RSS will begin a series of blog posts about the upcoming Inauguration of President Elect Barack Obama. Our focus will primariy be on how the festivities will be covered digitally on the web, on mobile devices and of course good old fashion legacy media. Read more... (184 words, estimated 44 secs reading time)
(UPDATED TO INCLUDE BRISTOL PRESS REPORTER STEVE COLLINS’ VIDEO INTERVIEW TALKING ABOUT GOVERNMENT STEPPING IN TO HELP SAVE THE PAPER) Read more... (230 words, estimated 55 secs reading time)
Hartford Courant Columnist Rick Green wrote on his blog today about a topic that’s on the minds of many newspaper folks these days. “When The Daily Paper Disappears, What Happens?” Read more... (1089 words, estimated 4:21 mins reading time)
As analysis continues on how President-elect Barack Obama won, one thing is already abundantly clear, Obama’s use of the web was a huge factor in his win. Read more... (365 words, estimated 1:28 mins reading time)
Why am I posting this now? Because I was too darn tired to do it earlier. I hit a couple of election night parties last night. Whew! I’ve been sluggish all day.
Fox 61 did a great job Tuesday night covering the national and local election angles. To say it was a historic night would be an understatement. Read more... (295 words, 1 image, estimated 1:11 mins reading time)
Back in June I featured on this blog and on Fox 61 the CT Digital Media Business Network. Led by Ephraim Cohen, DMBN, is the only Connecticut group that I know of “Connecting New England’s Digital Media Companies & Executives.” Read more... (128 words, 1 image, estimated 31 secs reading time)
I have to admit I was nervous after a recent interview I did with David F. Carr. No, I didn’t interview Carr, Carr interviewed me. He’s a freelance reporter with the very influential and widely read trade publication Broadcasting and Cable. Read more... (435 words, 2 images, estimated 1:44 mins reading time)
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I’ve been producing the Rick’s RSS reports for Fox 61 exactly a year now. No, nobody threw me a party to celebrate the milestone, but I did get a bit of good news yesterday. My segment continues to be one of the more popular features on the Fox 61.com web page. In fact, last weekend Rick’s RSS was the most viewed video on its site.
Thanks for the support! And, as I always say at the end of the segment, “if you have a blog or a website, you want me to check out, send me an email and I’ll check it out.”