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This the GO TO episode for content creators, story tellers, writers and PR Pros! My co-host this episode is the amazing Cris Gladly from Gladly Beyond!
You will learn about:
The "trend" of pro-girl marketing
How social media has made us lazy (businesses don't know how to connect human to human anymore) ... especially soloprenuers.
The crisis of short-attention span readers in a "junk-food content" world.
Editorial narcism. Is the internet curated to validate your life?
Short attention span + junk food editorial + narcism is socially DANGEROUS.
Plus we will issue a positive challenge to our listeners so don't this episode!
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Bill Samuels of the New Roosevelt talks about the July 23rd New York Times editorial on the Moreland Commission
Ms. Verna V. Nickelberry, mother of two sons and the grandmother of two little boys, Zion Truth Oliver and Israel Jadon Oliver, is a graduate of Northside High School and LeMoyne-Owen College located in Memphis, TN. Ms Nickelberry has completed classes toward a master degree in Theologies at Jacksonville Theological Seminary.
Ms. Nickelberry is the founder and editorial director of ORDINARY PEOPLE MAGAZINE (OPM).
ORDINARY PEOPLE magazine is the result of a God given assignment which Ms Nickelberry received in the 2005 but wasn’t birth until March of 2008.
“When God gave me the assignment I was excited and reluctant to take on such a huge task. I had no experience in this type of work. I didn’t know where to start, nor did I have the funds. So, I put it off for about two months, this only made the voice of God louder in my ear. I started in the fall of 2005, but was met with some obstacles and once again I stopped. On October 18, 2007, the voice of God spoke, “saying it was time to start on the magazine again.” And once again I had do idea as to where to start and no funds. I began to research the start up cost of producing a magazine. After weeks of spending nights on the internet, praying, and having conversations with God, things began to fall into place. It was then that I realized that this was not my idea, but God’s idea. Ordinary People magazine is not my magazine but God’s magazine, I am but the vessel used to carry out the mission that He has given me charge of.” ---Verna V Nickelberry
Political / editorial cartoons convey messages into daily life. These messages fertilize social movements, large and small.
Meet Pulitzer prize award recipient Clay Bennet. With over 45 awards to date, his cartoons often challenge souls to ponder topics large and small. In honor of Pride and the on-going expansion of marriage equality across our nation, his recent cartoon inspires lively commentary from conservaties to liberals alike.
Join us to listen to Clay's evolution on his journey to tackle LGBT civil rights issues. After the show, be sure to visit (bookmark, favorite, like, etc.) the following sites:
Clay Bennett's Facebook page
Times Free Press
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Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes David Willson to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. David is an editorial cartoonist. For the past 20 or so years, David has been just that for the Palm Beach Daily News (The Shiny Sheet), along with other pursuits. He has a rich background in illustration. Check out his website where he is selling his new book Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots.
Though America cannot claim credit for the invention of cartoons and other storytelling graphics, there can be little question that the art form today has its home solidly within the borders and culture of the United States. The editorial cartoons of English newspapers and magazines were quickly adopted by the American colonies, and thanks to Benjamin Franklin and other publishers, took on a distinctly Continental flavor. And throughout the many wars fought during the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, cartoons grew in both sophistication and quality. But it was the development of comic books in the decade before World War II, that created a new medium of illustrated storytelling which became a distinctly American art form. Superheroes like Superman and Captain Marvel came into being, and the idea of visual storytelling became a mainstay in American media for young people. And when America went to war in 1941, comic books and their characters went to war too. In fact, comic books, their characters, and subsidiary media products (movies, etc.) provided an excellent medium to reach out to the very demographic that had to be recruited to fight World War II
To learn more about the role of comic books, cartoons, and other visual storytelling media in wartime, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writestream) at 1 p.m. Eastern.'s guest this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) the author Cord Scott, who has written COMICS AND CONFLICT, a history of comics and their use as wartime propaganda tools. And together they will explain the role of illustrated storytelling in politics and propaganda through the ages. Prepare for a entertaining and informative hour, talking about the nature of media messaging and power of visual storytelling.
The RSG Crew is talking a week off following the Super Bowl. However, we will give you an opportunity to listen to the first edition of the Funky Editorial Extended. Gamechange and D.Wils. welcome longtime RSG listener Carl "The Hammer" Hampton to the booth. Carl put on a legendary performance!
We all know and love Leisure Arts and now it is time to learn about from one of the forces behind this staple publisher in the craft world. Leisure Arts Editorial VP Susan Sullivan joins Marly on the show to discus the past, present and future of Leisure Arts.
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