We bought a complete kitchen full of appliances from Chris@Tucson Appliance Center and have been thrilled with them Love the local ads. Caddyshack was by far the best. Reminds me of the old "call for Wally" ads for Wally Sevits. And they might have been a few blocks and 50 years apart on Speedway.
We're loving Chris Edwards' latest commercial. One of the few we don't mute.
Chris Edwards....the 21st century answer to Austin and Bargain Center Furniture. Crazy? Sure. Cheesy production values? You got it. Tucson? It's all wrapped up (and warped up) in Edwards' TV spots. And Chris shares what Austin was...generous to local charities, and actually GLAD to see you in places other than the store.
Thank you, thank you Media Watch for getting in some local TV updates. Congratulations to those lovely folks at KGUN 9, those leaving (Ms Kotalik) & those incoming (Mr. Villareal). Frankly, I think Ms Kotalik is going to miss Tucson more than she realizes, even though family is in Phx. The vibe here in Tucson is simply so different, that when you leave, it's like a piece of you has gone. Welcome to TV, Mr. Villareal! ADS has gone so far out into the hinterlands of poor/inadequate/uninformed reporting on so many issues that it's just sad. When you're looking for a story for info, such as the current Secrist Middle School, so much is simply missing. As to Chris Edwards? I LOVE his ads. The man has a real flair for the silly & funny AND that's perfectly ok!
I worked there. I found better ethics on car lots.
And the StratCom Centre comment is just further evidence of Schuster's shoddy reporting.
The attribution of this work to Fahmy is misleading. In fact attribution for the research and resulting paper should be given to the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence. And while it is accurate that Fahmy contributed a small piece to the finished work, the bulk of effort including research and analysis, as well as the final paper, was done by the Centre of Excellence's lead researcher in this area. An Executive Summary of that paper appears on the Centre's website at: http://www.stratcomcoe.org/publications
PhenomeNON. Singular. Mr. perfect journalist who loves throwing stones at other newspapers because he himself is so flawless.
I used to love this column back when the witty, wonderful-with-words, and now dearly departed Walt Nett wrote it. He brought a great institutional knowledge about local media, and you never got the sense he had a personal ax to grind. Maybe you should go back and read some of Walt's columns, Schuster. Learn a thing or two from a master. And check your snark at the door. You're not a 1940s Hollywood gossip columnist.
Schuster once again using his column to bash the Star. Shocker. And total snooze. The only time we get any news about what's happening at the Star is two weeks after the paper itself has made an announcement of some kind, and then Schuster will refer to "an internal memo" as if he's gotten his hands on some big secret. Meanwhile, we get all the boring staff turnovers at every radio outlet in town, and almost always written with a tone that indicates THOSE media folk are doing the best they can.
Turn on the TV news every now and then -- you'll also hear the reference to self all through the newscast. "We're now hearing ..." "We're told ..." It's not unique to or necessarily because of the millennials (would love a source on how he connected that), and for that matter it's not unique to the Star. The continued bashing of the beleaguered morning daily is unprofessional and sophomoric at best.
"Said the Pot to the Kettle!"
Shuster calling out anyone else's journalistic credibility is laugh out loud hypocrisy!
The Star is dead. Turn off the lights.
U r reaching for straws...The Star can argue just as easily that RR "told the Arizona Daily Star" simply because the Star was present on the call.
Maybe they conveniently omitted the fact that other media outlets were present at that time and that RR did not EXCLUSIVELY tell the Star ... but this hardly warrants criticism.
Other than snobs and students of journalism, who cares who said what as long as it is factual?
Rat,,,you're a joke and a laughing matter.
The ASU students were on campus in mid-October and the Wildcat story aboutnthe petition ran a week to 10 days later. It took another 3 weeks for the screw up to be realized amd acknowledged.
Local media is a joke. But it's no laughing matter.
Submitted Nov 4, edited Nov 13, published on line Nov 18 & in print Nov 19. You're getting what you refuse to pay for, ADS, enough people to do a good job & turn out a quality product!
How's that UA pre/post game radio show going?
Mojo did occasionally make reference to Detroit. Not constantly, but it was clear it wasn't a local show. He couldn't reference local things going on, places we all know, etc, like other stations (and like he did years ago). When they would cut in with local news, weather and traffic, it was disjointed in that you could tell there was no communication between Mojo and our local reporters. The show lacked that local news/info connection with listeners.
What I have found is that the audience that listened to him years ago is more likely to listen to 94.9 and the like, as they have aged since their KRQ days and aren't as into that 20-something pop music anymore.
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