Ben Tausig finds the right words for crossword puzzles! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Ben Tausig, crossword puzzle editor, American Values Club, author, The Curious History of the Crossword     Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with Ben Tausig, crossword puzzle editor at the American Values Club and author of The Curious History of the Crossword, by clicking on the video player above!Mr. Media is recorded live... Continue Reading →

1046 Photographer Herb Snitzer bagged Miles, Basie, Bette, more! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Herb Snitzer, photographer     Watch the exclusive Mr. Media® interview with legendary magazine photographer Herb Snitzer by clicking on the video player above!  Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of cool chicks and hep cats searching for the right jazzy groove… in the NEW new media capital of the... Continue Reading →

National Lampoon, Spy and Spinal Tap? Tony Hendra! VIDEO INTERVIEW

  Part 1 of 4  Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience that includes alumni from National Lampoon: The Funny Years and Spy: The Funny Years… in the new new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! I always knew of Tony Hendra’s magazine work, being of the generation who were teens... Continue Reading →

ESPN analyst Doug Glanville sends love to Phillies! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  Lots of former baseball players write books about their glory days as a player. And many of those books are as much about their off-field careers as what happened between the foul lines. Womanizing, incessant drinking, shooting steroids, pranks, grudges—that’s Jim Bouton/Jose Canseco territory. If that’s your idea of a baseball book, steer clear... Continue Reading →

Roger Lowenstein takes Mr. Media to ‘The End of Wall Street’

Today's Guest: Roger Lowenstein, author, The End of Wall Street, America's Bank The sky is falling! The sky is falling! What’s that? The sky has already fallen? Damn, I hate being late to the party. Apparently, it’s old news that the world financial system was on the edge of collapse over the course of recent... Continue Reading →

Ethan Peck and Lindsay Shaw of ABC Family’s ’10 Things I Hate About You’ hate on Mr. Media! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  When last we saw Kat and Patrick on ABC Family’s hit comedy series 10 Things I Hate About You, Kat—played by Lindsay Shaw—was protesting the imposition of mandatory uniforms at their high school. And Patrick—played by Ethan Peck—was, well, brooding. LINDSAY SHAW podcast excerpt: "It is a little overwhelming at first. He is a... Continue Reading →

Poynter leader Karen Dunlap: Never a dull moment! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Karen Dunlap, president, The Poynter Institute   What a crazy, crazy world. When I invited today’s guest, Karen Dunlap, president of the Poynter Institute, to be a guest on the show today, it was ostensibly to discuss Poynter’s upcoming collection of newspaper front pages titled President Obama: Election 2009. And we’re still going... Continue Reading →

John Darnton leaves NYT, turns Black, White, Dead All Over! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: John Darnton, ex-New York Times reporter, novelist, Black and White and Dead All Over   The great pleasure of being a novelist is that you can praise your friends and carve up your enemies by changing a few names and details to protect the innocent and fend off the guilty and, at the... Continue Reading →

94 David Andelman on A Shattered Peace–was WWII preventable? PODCAST INTERVIEW

David Andelman and I have been connected via the internet for the last few years. I frequently receive emails from people who remember me from CBS News or The New York Times, who want to reconnect via Facebook or network through LinkedIn. Unfortunately, I never worked for CBS News or The New York Times. And... Continue Reading →

80 Roger Black on magazine design in the age of the Web! INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Roger Black, magazine designer, founder, The Font Bureau (From 1997) "There is a reason why they don't play Montovani in elevators any more," chuckles world-renowned media designer Roger Black. He's explaining why Reader's Digest hired the man who freshened up Rolling Stone to bring its look and feel forward to the 21st century.... Continue Reading →

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