Haiti Earthquake: Telling the Story

The Los Angeles Times and the New York Times are doing a great job reporting a backstory in Haiti.  Their journalists are telling how broadcast and cable news handled the incredible logistics of deploying their people to Port Au Prince to cover the story.  This is not to diminish the role of Facebook, Twitter, blogs, YouTube and cell phones, but to get people like Anderson Cooper of CNN, … Continue reading Haiti Earthquake: Telling the Story

Do The Right Thing

My friend, sportscaster Len Berman, got the news this past week that he was being let go from WNBC.  Len is one of the most talented personalities I know.  He’s been a fixture in New York sports for decades.  He is witty and well respected.  I actually stop what I’m doing when his “Spanning the World” segment comes on during the Today Show.  Len is another casualty in broadcasting’s … Continue reading Do The Right Thing