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

Travelling China’s Silk Road

Wonderful story from CBS News about entrepreneurship along the Silk Road in China.  Chinese policy towards America may not be changing much but its people embrace our capitalism and long to compete with us.  The Silk Road is open for business!  http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5701582n For more information on Vicky Collins visit http://teletrendstv.com. Continue reading Travelling China’s Silk Road

Homeless Children

The plight of homeless children was the focus of two articles in the 5/18 edition of USA Today. One is about 11 year old Zach Bonner who is walking from Atlanta, Georgia to Washington, D.C. to raise money and awareness for homeless youngsters. He hopes to meet with President Obama when he arrives in July. http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2009-05-17-wagon-boy_N.htm?csp=34 The other is by CBS anchor, Katie Couric, who … Continue reading Homeless Children