How ads for sports betting apps are showing up in the strangest places.
10 people a day are dying from COVID in Alberta. Shouldn't that be a huge story?
We have more ways to communicate with others than ever before, so why does it seem to be harder to really communicate?
You need to find the camera and lock in on it when you speak. Here's how to do it.
Why is it that municipal politicians get less respect and far less media coverage than they used to?
AHS is sharing far less data on COVID these days. The question is why?
Two years into the pandemic the debate continues about the pros and cons of virtual and in-person media training.
People are spending less time on Facebook these days and it's easy to understand why.
We've seen five COVID waves in Alberta, but we've actually gone through seven phases.
I listened to Premier Kenney's radio show on the weekend. My thoughts may surprise you.
TV journalism is starting to get back to normal. Thank God for that.
Golfer Phil Mickelson learned the hard way that it's not just what you say, it's how you apologize when you mess up.
I was recently on the Warren Weeks podcast and we traded some great media training stories.
If you want to sound more intelligent when you speak, try these two moves.
Chicago Blackhawks owner Rocky Wirtz had a media meltdown last week. Here's why it happened.
COVID has changed many of us for the worst, so we need to remember to be kind to others trying to serve us.
What do smaller municipalities do when the news media disappears?
I want to scream when I watch newscasts and sports highlight shows on TV and here's why.
This news conference was almost forgotten at the end of the year, but not by me.
Here they are - my Top 10 blogs of 2021, based on you the reader.
We're almost to the end of 2021, so let's hand out some marks to political leaders.
Wiarton Willie is dead and the town, its Mayor and the news media all don't look good.
It was a busy weekend for Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. A news conference last week was a sign of things to come.
We all listen to, and watch traffic reports on radio and TV. What goes into them might surprise you.