After nearly a decade at war, the less than 1 percent of the U.S. population that serves in the military and their families have borne most of the physical and psychological burden. How can communities help?
Monday and Tuesday this week Washington State University (WSU for you non-Cougs) held its Murrow Symposium, an annual event where communications pros share knowledge and make connections with budding collegiate talent. As a Cougar alum, I was thrilled to head back to my old stomping grounds and be a part of the “Br@nd U” presentation put […]
Two of Seattle’s tech gurus are no longer covering tech for the Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ). Todd Bishop (@toddbishop) and John Cook (@johnhcook), who co-founded the PSBJ’s TechFlash in 2008, have decided to break off from their creation and pursue an entirely independent venture: technology news site GeekWire. By going out on their own, […]
As the traditional media paradigm limps toward extinction, the debate continues on what exactly will replace it. It’s into this void that journalist/filmmaker/new media professor Hanson Hosein sees the potential for a storytelling uprising led by…you. Such was the thesis at Hanson’s inaugural talk for a five-part series on storytelling in the digital age. Presented […]