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Who Is The Media?

There have been many disruptions and transitions over the last 15-20 years with regard to media. The Internet, digital media, and social media have had a huge impact, and the very definition of media has

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Key Tips On Interviews

It happened again this week. The morning shows of top-tier national media outlets, specifically CBS This Morning, were still learning how to interact with one another during live broadcasts from their own in-home studios. As

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Work-At-Home Hacks

I work with a lot of authors, business owners, writers, editors, agents, and many people in the publishing industry. A significant number of them work from home and have been doing so for years, although

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How to Not Suck on Camera

First, if the Coronavirus and Covid-19 have touched you, your family or friends directly, then you have my deepest concern and warm thoughts. If you’re looking for emotional support, you might want to check this

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Studio Control Board

DIY Media Coverage for Authors

If you’ve been reading Savvy Sunday News for awhile or you’re a member of my Media Book Camp (MBC), then you know I am all about authors learning to become their own publicists. MBC is

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The Media Mindset

Photo Credit: Joanne McCall Creating a media mindset is like preparing for any other important project, whether it’s getting ready to climb up a mountain (nice metaphor, don’t you think?), preparing for a vacation, taking

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