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Podcast Episode 25: How The News Reaches You, A Behind The Scenes Look, Part 1

By Kane Nagle Media | April 15, 2017

When you read, watch or listen to the news you may think those stories reached you via some natural organic process of a reporter doing a few interviews, writing it up and an editor giving it a once-over before publishing it. Not hardly. We go behind the scenes in a two-part episode with veteran reporter … Continue reading “Podcast Episode 25: How The News Reaches You, A Behind The Scenes Look, Part 1”

BLOG: Mixing A News Martini

By Kane Nagle Media | April 13, 2017

One of our earliest and best pieces of advice for news users reminds me of something a bartender told me about mixing a martini. He said the drink is “the easiest to make and the hardest to get right.” Our advice to “wait for it” always applies as we try to get and understand the … Continue reading “BLOG: Mixing A News Martini”

BLOG: The Social Media Effect

By Kane Nagle Media | April 4, 2017

We all know that social media does a lot to get us to the news. But we’re probably a lot less aware of what social media does to us and to the news. The social media effect matters because of the huge role those services play in connecting us with news. A number of recent … Continue reading “BLOG: The Social Media Effect”

Podcast Episode 24: The Social Media Effect

By Kane Nagle Media | April 1, 2017

Subscribe: iTunes | Google | Stitcher | RSS In 1964 Marshall McLuhan said, “the medium is the message.” That holds true today for social media and how it affects the look, language, type and frequency of the news reaching us. It pays for news users to be aware of the pros and cons of using … Continue reading “Podcast Episode 24: The Social Media Effect”