Just like our brains, our media can be a bit of a bit of a blur. I am not saying that we should all be watching everything we watch, but I’d like to mention that there are some really cool things that we can take a cue from and use to bring more awareness to what’s going on with us.
I’m not saying that we should be watching every video we watch, but there are some really cool things that we can take a cue from and make our own. One of the coolest ways to do this is by using media to bring awareness to certain events or issues. For example, I think we can all agree that the news is boring, and I know I get the feeling that the general population is sick of the news.
With this in mind, what we can do is have the media take a moment to catch up on our history and the event. It can be anything from news articles to a video of the day to one of our own personal stories. For example, we can take a moment to watch a video of a specific event, and then I can go and get that video, and watch it a few times.
This has been a pretty standard method we’ve used to get the media to catch up on our history. Sometimes, I’ve gotten in a position where I’ve had the media come by and give us a history lesson in front of their cameras. When we want to do something special, we tell them about it, and then we go to town. We’ve also had the media come by, ask us for a press release and then come back a few days later and talk to us.
Most of the media we get are so busy that they generally don’t even know we exist. However, one of our writers, Rob, has managed to get some media to contact us, and he is always on the lookout to get in on some of these projects. He is currently working on an article that he hopes will be featured in the next issue of the newsletter.
As for the rest of the media, we get some really great suggestions from people who have heard about the project before. I think the first time around we had a few people from various publications contact us asking for help with a story, or asking us to write a piece about them. One reader even wrote to us saying “If you know of a good way to promote a good or important cause, please let me know. I’d appreciate it.
As we’ve said before, we’re always excited to respond to our readers. We try to respond within 24 hours, but we still get requests for longer time frames. One reader emailed us a link to another magazine and asked to have it published on our website. It’s one of those articles that’s a must read. We also get requests from people who are working on a news story, or a feature article, or a review, or a post about a book they read about.
With all the requests we receive, you may think we’re a bit behind on the news, but we’re still working on it. Here’s a list of the links that are still active, so check them out.
If you are really interested in what some of these posts are about, and you want to see what happens to our own blog when we hit the big 2, head over to our blog’s About page. What we do there is we get our friends to write their own posts for us. Each of these posts is a short, personal, and sometimes funny article about the news that is being covered.
We’re working on a lot of different kinds of media, and with the new media that I am a part of, I am constantly looking for new ways to bring the news to you. One of the things we do is post articles about topics that are very interesting to us (and we also like to write about stories that are not news).