“There’s nothing quite as insecure as a television anchorman.”
Kent Dana, the news anchor for Channel 5 (KPHO) in Phoenix, and previously anchor of Channel 12 (KPHX), retiring after a 30-years work in the news business.
“This is the biggest investment we’ve made in a national launch … “This is not your grandmother’s instant coffee.”“
Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks, on the launch of Via, the instant brew
“rather than submitting their images and videos to mainstream media organisations, they post them online on Facebook, Twitpic, or wherever their friends are likely to see them.”
Robin Hamman, visiting journalism fellow at City University, London, commenting on the social media use during disaster and tragedy.
“This whole things has been quite scary.”
David Letterman, admitting he had had an affair with an employee.
“It is a whole other universe of risk.”
State Rep Steve Farley of Tucson, on texting and driving, as Arizona considers a bill to ban it.
“… Which is another reason why news operations don’t publish all the good news we hear about. There would be no room for the rest.”
E.J. Montini, commenting on All the Good News Fit To Print.
“But you have to remember if you have a conversation on the wall, you could be opening up the entire conversation to the public.”
Robyn Itule, an account manager with Armstrong Troyky, a PR and Ad agency in Phoenix
‘Then out of nowhere this big wave, as tall as the sky, hit.”
A 21-year old woman in the Pacific Island of Samoa, on the devastating tsunami that hit the area, followed by an earthquake in Sumatra.
“There’s always truth in snark.”