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Saturday, September 14, 2013

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There may  be some duplication of inviduals, please note date next to the reference.

October 7, 2012

Art Lynch is and always has been a professional. I have known him personally for over 25 years. In that time he has been a successful marketer, a steadfast supporter of the arts, particularly theater and motion picture arts, an educator, and an announcer. It has been said of great men that when you speak to them you leave feeling that you were the only two people in the room. Art shares some of those talents. Friends and associates great and small can count on his loyalty, and his willingness to work hard on those things that he has committed himself to. If your project requires an honest assessment of it's strengths and it's weaknesses, Art Lynch is someone you want on your team.


Michael Chamberlain

(404) 394-8112

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It ain't easy being a journalist...


Stress & PTSD in journalists.

 

Journalism is a field under attack. Reporters are targets not just for criticism and labels of bias, but also for bullets, bombs and kidnapping. Lawsuits, erosion of protection of sources, lowering pay, an increase in part time or assignment work where once there were full time staff positions...find out more from notes on a SAG-AFTRA conference... 

Our talk about journalist stress & PTSD has begun at the Excellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim with SPJ, RTDNA & NAHJ. Stop by Grand J to join the conversation with members Mike Walter (CCTV), Sid Garcia (ABC) and Vikki Vargas (NBC) and SAG-AFTRA's Mary Cavallaro and Anna Calderon. #EIJ13 http://t.co/D8K1zhLMbH

WWII US based propaganda with the Three Stooges


Honest Abe is always right