Almost overnight, we've gone from the Space Age to the Information Age. For most of us, this transition from the Moon landing to the Internet was a spectator sport. We sat in front of television sets and navigated on computer screens. But not anymore.
Today, we race into a new age that is simply the Communications Revolution. No longer mere spectators, we have taken control of the information we see, when we see it and how we share it...with friends and with followers.
But even in this revolution, the information, the news, and the messaging still has to be produced with a credible voice and, let's hope, an impact in society. In my career, I have led broadcast news departments, developed compelling content for organizations and served as a crisis communications spokesperson during a national tragedy.Today I am proud of my latest project JobTalkAmerica which is attracting an audience and helping the unemployed get back to work. Listen to a show.
Whatever the project, whatever the goal, I am committed to improving quality, motivating communities, and creating lasting success. I invite you to read my recommendations and learn more about my experience.