by Michael Paluszek on Jun-29-2020
by Michael Paluszek on Jun-18-2020
Seems like heresy when two national journalists take a deep dive into soul-searching the integrity of their profession.
by Michael Paluszek on May-20-2020
(Just posted: Response to a kind invitation by the Global Alliance For Public Relations and Communication Management to produce a webinar on “Global Public Relations in the Evolving Society”. Condensed, edited from video script https://vimeo.com/417376980
by Michael Paluszek on Apr-13-2020
The global race for a COVID19 vaccine is on.
by Michael Paluszek on Feb-25-2020
“… Litany of the threats facing journalism …”
by Michael Paluszek on Feb-03-2020
“This is surely the time for nothing but the truth in journalism, and, of course, throughout society.”
by Michael Paluszek on Jan-14-2020
Imagine this scene: Leading business school* class, Business Ethics 401 –
by Michael Paluszek on Dec-17-2019
What are we to make of this NEWSDAY report yesterday? –
by Michael Paluszek on Nov-29-2019
Consider the local hardware store.
by Michael Paluszek on Nov-22-2019
“The loss of local news coverage in much of the United States has frayed communities and left many Americans woefully uniformed …” That’s the subhead of a New York Times report yesterday, “How the Collapse of Local News Is Causing a National Crisis” . Based largely on a just-released study by PEN America – a distinguished advocacy group […]
by Michael Paluszek on Nov-13-2019
“We are living in an age unlike any other we have experienced in the United States, and we can’t feel secure about the long term outcome”.
by Michael Paluszek on Oct-28-2019
“Tell me with whom you associate, and I will tell you who you are.” – Johann Wolfgang Goethe
by Michael Paluszek on Oct-25-2019
“The technology industry’s biggest companies … are deciding that they need to play a role in fixing a housing crisis they helped inflame …”
by Michael Paluszek on Oct-09-2019
All the well-intentioned corporate responsibility bromides aside (think, “doing well by doing good”, etc.) it often just comes down to this:
by Michael Paluszek on Oct-04-2019
“It was the worst of times, it was the best of times.”