B.A., Northeastern University
The first major story David broke as a journalist was the announcement that President Bill Clinton had chosen Northeastern University as the site of his first presidential commencement address – speaking to David’s graduating class in Boston Garden in 1993.
While serving as The Boston Herald’s City Hall reporter, David was a featured character in a critically-acclaimed ABC mini-series, Boston 24/7, which aired in national prime time in six parts in 2002.
David’s high school classmate was Sean Coombs (better known now as P. Diddy) and he did, indeed, hang around with Jennifer Lopez when she still was “Jenny from the block” at his high school’s sister school in The Bronx.
The “30” Blog
For eons, it seems, the news media has been neck deep in the trial and error business. Since long before I left daily journalism 13 years ago, the media, mainstream newspapers in particular, were trying [...]
For many politicians and their communications teams, Instagram is frequently viewed as an afterthought social media platform where grainy photos are posted at irregular intervals. It’s time for them to commit to a new Instagram [...]
On the Internet, we aren’t people, organizations, or companies: We’re brands. Whether you are a startup, an established name, a for-profit business or a nonprofit venture, you are being Googled, and what searchers see is [...]