What is Shark Tank? It’s win Daymond John’s money! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  2009: Who would have ever guessed that the art of the deal--the essence of how business gets done in America--would make compelling television? If you don't like the genre of reality business competition on TV, blame Mark Burnett, the creator of Survivor and The Apprentice. If you like these shows, give some credit to... Continue Reading →

Neil Budde says DailyMe.com is not all about Me, Me, Me! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  I’m not one of those crybabies who thinks newspapers are dying. I do, however, think that the news itself is migrating to new distribution systems and that, in the future, the word “paper” will be less and less connecting with the word “news.”Okay, maybe I do think newspapers are dying. But I believe well-managed,... Continue Reading →

Reality Check: Guy Kawasaki knows his entrepreneurial stuff! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Guy Kawasaki, author, Reality Check: The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competition   Here are some of the things I learned from reading Guy Kawasaki’s new business manual, Reality Check: The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competition: • He only eats at three Silicon Valley restaurants. That... Continue Reading →

NFL star Bill Romanowski is now pushing Nutrition 53! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski is a four-time Super Bowl champion—and a guy my friend Sean says, “scares the crap out of me.” So you know he won’t be dull. Romanowski, whose autobiography, Romo: My Life On The Edge, Living Dreams and Slaying Dragons, was a New York Times bestseller, is back in the... Continue Reading →

Mike Gold puts ComicMix.com on digital frontier! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Mike Gold, editor, ComicMix.com   Remember when convenience stores had spinning racks with signs at the top that shouted, “Hey, Kid! Comics!”? Actually, I barely remember that myself, it’s been so long. Finding comic books hasn’t been easy since the late 1970s. And the comic book companies don’t even make the real dough... Continue Reading →

Magnify.net’s Steve Rosenbaum on video sharing tech! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Steve Rosenbaum, author, Curation Nation: How to Win in a World Where Consumers are Creators   We’re going to do something a little different on Mr. Media today – instead of being a half-wit know-it-all, I’m going to try to learn something practical from my guest. Joining me is Steve Rosenbaum, who developed,... Continue Reading →

Eats.com and Eats Magazine founder Joe Ariel takes a bite! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Joe Ariel, founder, Eats.com   I’m getting hungry already. What do you expect—today’s guest is Joe Ariel, founder and CEO of Eats Media Group, which publishes a regional network of Eats magazines and College Eats magazine, as well as producing Eats.com. And unless I’m mistaken, we’re going to talk a lot about food.... Continue Reading →

Alan Levy makes podcasting safe for all @BlogTalkRadio! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  I’m a lucky guy. Last December, I received an email from a woman named Amy Domestico, inviting me to bring my podcast, Mr. Media, to a relatively new media site called BlogTalkRadio. We exchanged some emails and finally talked on the phone. Up until that point, I recorded my interviews over the telephone on... Continue Reading →

49 Scott Woelfel builds CNN Interactive, settles into Armchair! INTERVIEW

Originally Published November 18, 1996 CNN is one of the world's most recognizable brand names. If you need a news fix, it's the television channel to which everyone in the global village turns. What about when there's no TV around? That's the idea behind CNN Interactive, yet another brand extension from the house that Ted... Continue Reading →

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