Sun.Feb 09, 2020

The Power of Storytelling - Amy Klobuchar

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

When the body of Franklin D. Roosevelt was traveling along on a train, a man standing by the rails was sobbing. Someone observing him asked, "Did you know the President?" " The man answered, "No, but he knew me." " In a stunning way to wrap up the New Hampshire debate, Amy Klobuchar told that story. She positioned and framed it as an example of empathy. FDR knew the people and their pain. In contrast, the current President does not.

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Week of February 10th - What Madam Clairevoyant Predicts for You

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Let's cut to the chase.    Here , you can read New York Magazine's Madame Clairevoyant's prediction for you for the week of February 10th. Among our big concerns are the Dow, if we will contract the coronavirus, and can we ever relax again (like we used to in the 20th century). But none of that figures into what Madame Clairevoyant sees for me. Actually her message is mixed. On the one hand, she notes that recognition is overdue. It could begin to arrive slowly this week. 

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Brad Pitt - Odds Are That Public Will Never Know If He Uses Ghostwriting Services

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Election 2020, coronavirus, and the (mostly) soaring Dow leave little room for any attention to what's traditionally considered entertainment. Yes, even the Oscars are a hard sell.    So, some desperate journalists are trying to capture eyeballs with speculation that Brad Pitt may be using a ghostwriter for his awards speeches.    Eyeballs landing on a story about a possible ghostwriter might stay to read it.

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Anatomy for Survival (for now) - The New York Times

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Unlike myriad media outlets with print legacies and digital natives, The New York Times is surviving. Actually, it's doing better than that. Its recent track record includes: Generating a profit. Hiring versus laying off journalists. Attracting big brandnames from digital such as Ben Smith, formerly BuzzFeed editor-in-chief.    In The Guardian , Emily Bell analyzes how The New York Times is pulling that off. Here are some of the strategies which are working, at least for now.

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