Donald Trump & Butterfly Ballots=David Willson’s Palm Beach! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: David Willson, cartoonist, Palm Beach Daily News     Palm Beach Daily News cartoonist David Willson's work is collected for the first time in Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots. Watch the exclusive Mr. Media interview with Willson by clicking on the video player above!  Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of proud... Continue Reading →

CNBC’s John Harwood on Obama’s second act and journalism’s bias! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: John Harwood, chief Washington correspondent, CNBC Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of former St. Petersburg Times journalists who may be more famous now but sure do miss Tampa Bay in February… in the NEW new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida!   Here’s a job for you: No... Continue Reading →

London Review of Books publisher Nicholas Spice believes! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Image via Wikipedia There has been a lot of whining in recent years about the fate of the physical book—and, for that matter, magazines and newspapers. We’re in an era of rapidly shifting habits, spending more time, effort and money on the digital word over its print cousin. And yet there are some happy hangers-on... Continue Reading →

Anna Jane Grossman offers an Obsolete encyclopedia! PODCAST INERVIEW

  As I’m saying this, I can’t help wondering if, by the time you hear this, I won’t be obsolete. Think I’m kidding? I’m not. In her new book, Obsolete: An Encyclopedia of Once-Common Things Passing Us By, Anna Jane Grossman reels off a stunning list of devices, equipment and habits that were once everywhere... Continue Reading →

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

Today's Guest: Neil Budde, co-founder, DailyMe.com   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... Continue Reading →

NewspaperDeathwatch.com? Paul Gillin is on the lookout! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Paul Gillin, editor, NewspaperDeathWatch.com   I like to think of myself as one of those guys with ink in his veins. At 13, I concluded that the New Brunswick Home News, my hometown paper in New Jersey, was inadequate, so I used my own money to subscribe to the Newark Star-Ledger. At 14,... Continue Reading →

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