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Panel brings together reporters from The New York Times, Forbes, AP, and knight-mozilla OpenNews The Power of Data for Story Telling, a seminar open to professional communicators in the Philadelphia area, is being held Thursday, June 4, 2015 at the Penn Museum from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. The media panel discussion brings together four of the top minds on data, how it is transforming the way journalists do their jobs, and the way companies communicate their stories.
Wow. Where did this notion come from, that when there’s a riot in the streets, and fires are burning down a city, the media shouldn't cover it? Rather, they should train their cameras on the thousands of peaceful protesters and not rioters threatening lives and property? The fact of the matter is, it’s the media’s job to report on threats and risks. It’s their duty to cover the dangerous and the destructive.
Most people fail as speakers simply because they don’t know the tips and tricks of great speech-giving. They don’t understand how to grab attention, connect thoughts, establish credibility, and deliver the goods in powerful, unforgettable ways. So never fear, anyone can give a masterful speech by simply following some basic tenets:Know your audience. How many times have you sat through a talk and asked like Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show" as his fake wife promoted products to an unseen audience, “Who are you talking to?