Sun.Feb 09, 2020

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.

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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. 

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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."

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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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