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Who shouted, who didn’t: 10 observations on the carbon regulations media landscape so far

With a month now passed since EPA’s announcement of carbon pollution standards for power plants, we took a look back at the news coverage in June to get a sense of the media landscape on the issue so far. To make the scan manageable, we concentrated on print and radio, news…

Using photos to generate media coverage

Want to win the race to front-page glory? Pitch media using photos. Photos are a great way to garner media attention and public support. Bernard Gwertzman, former foreign editor of the New York Times once said, “A story is more likely to get on the front page if it’s a…

Face first: How smiles can tell your stories

In the book A Whole New Mind, Daniel Pink writes, “And the main canvas for displaying those emotions is the face. With forty-three tiny muscles that tug and stretch and lift our mouth, eyes, cheeks, eyebrows, and forehead, our faces can convey the full range of human feeling. Since empathy…

New York Times abandons the environment? Not so fast…

Today, the world’s most influential newspaper announced it was reshuffling its newsroom in regards to how it will cover “the environment.” Specifically, the New York Times announced it will dismantle its “environment” pod of reporters and reassign them to different beats.  Clearly, this is not great news for people concerned…