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Mevo & Blue Microphone for video livestream

ZOOM? Mevo? I was already doing TV livestreaming in 2002!

In the COVID-19 crisis, we are seeing TV studios chatting with guests and even their anchors in their homes, as if seeing a sudden transformation of the TV and radio business within a matter of months in 2020. However, these are NOT new. I was doing it real-time, broadcasting “live” with my colleagues in California, many time zones and oceans away, in 2002!

writing is an art and science

Taking “journalese” out of our writing

Once upon a time, in a planet right where we are standing and breathing, we believed that all journalists wrote exceedingly well. And it might have been true, once upon a time.

HD filmmaking and hybrid photography gear

The future of media may be the small and the authenticated

Remember the award-winning TV series “Mad Men”? The golden romantic days of big media, big budgets, and big advertisers? That world has changed, drastically.

Chinese brush painting

Create your own creative materials to stay sane

What happens when a creative partner gets hounded by a label after the partner gets noticed by the people? What does it mean for agencies and companies alike in marketing and creative campaigns?

Seeing the world through a wide angle lens

News and information can be seen in a microscopic and myopic manner, or be seen through a wider perspective to see the greater picture. What should we practitioners do?

The myth of objectivity

Objectivity is a valuable asset, so valuable that even the most ardent supporters and purported practitioners often fall short of achieving it.

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