How to pitch to your local paper | David Kirkpatrick, The Northern Star | Ep 35
Hack Your Own PR
Outside of the big-name media outlets, there are dozens of local news agencies that tell the stories of their local communities. David Kirkpatrick is editor-in-chief of my own local news source, The Northern Star, which has been in business reporting on the happenings of the Northern Rivers in New South Wales for a whopping 145 years. He’s been doing his thing as a journalist and, briefly, a publicist for 34 years. Those of us living in rural and regional areas know local news outlets are a vital part of the community. But they’re also a valuable place for small businesses and local entrepreneurs to earn some media coverage that directly reaches a local audience. Make them a part of your media strategy and you’re in for some PR gold. So what makes David Kirkpatrick’s ears prick up as an editor? He shared with me the value of a great subject line to catch the eye of busy journalists, the ideal length of a press release and why he doesn’t mind a bit of persistence - as long as you’re not pushy! Listen to the episode to hear how to walk that line, plus get the list of six “passion areas” that The Northern Star know its readers love. Find David Kirkpatrick online https://twitter.com/davidkirkpatri3 email@example.com https://twitter.com/northern_star_ Find Odette Barry online https://www.odetteandco.com.au/hackyourownpr https://instagram.com/odetteandco https://instagram.com/hackyourownpr
131 The War of 1812 in the West with David Kirkpatrick
The Age of Jackson Podcast
The spring of 1812 found the young American republic on edge. The British Navy was impressing American seamen with impunity at an alarming rate while vicious attacks on frontier settlements by American Indians armed with British weapons had left a trail of fear and outrage. As calls for a military response increased, Kentucky, the first state west of the Appalachians, urged that only by defeating the British could the nation achieve security. The very thought conjured up embellished memories of the American Revolution, and once war was declared, many soldiers believed that the “Spirit of 76” would lead them to victory. But the conflict quickly transformed from a patriotic parade to a desperate attempt to survive against a major military power. While the War of 1812 is known mostly for later events, including the burning of Washington and the siege of Fort McHenry, much of the first two years of the war was fought in the west, with the British Army and their Indian allies nearly overrunning the Old Northwest and threatening the borders of the original colonies. In The War of 1812 in the West: From Fort Detroit to New Orleans, David Kirkpatrick chronicles the near catastrophic loss of the Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois Territories, the bitter fight against both Tecumseh’s Confederation and the Creek Nation, and the slow recovery and ultimate victory of American forces—a large portion of which was supplied by Kentucky—from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Battles such as River Raisin, Thames River, Fort Meigs, and New Orleans are placed in context to show how they secured America’s frontier and opened territory to the west to new settlement following the war. -DAVID KIRKPATRICK serves as the Genealogy/ Reference Librarian at Mercer County (Kentucky) Public Library and has spent more than a decade working as an archivist for the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. He has a BA in history from the University of Louisville and an MA in history from Western Kentucky University.
On today's episode, David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect, discusses the significance of the advertising ban on the upcoming election.David Kirkpatrick was for many years the senior editor for Internet and technology at Fortune magazine. While at Fortune, he wrote cover stories about Apple, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Sun, and numerous other technology subjects. Beginning in 2001, he created Fortune's Brainstorm conference series. More recently, he organized the Techonomy conference on the centrality of technology innovation for all human activity. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and appears frequently on television, radio, and the Internet as an expert on technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David Kirkpatrick: Is Facebook Increasingly the Platform for the Right-Wing?
David Kirkpatrick is the author of the definitive book on Facebook, The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That is Connecting the World, published by Simon & Schuster. He was for many years senior editor for internet and technology at Fortune, which he joined in 1983. He covered the computer and technology industry as well as the impact of the Internet on business and society. Today he is founder and CEO of Techonomy Media, a conference and publishing company focused on the central role of tech in business and society. He has written about Sean Parker and Jack Dorsey for Vanity Fair, and publishes regularly on LinkedIn and at Techonomy.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft in conversation with David Kirkpatrick, founder of Techonomy at Live Talks Los Angeles discussing his book, "Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age." The talk took place on October 4, 2019. For more information on Live Talks Los Angeles -- upcoming events and videos -- visit www.livetalksla.org
This is How to Be Happy in Overwhelming Times with David Kirkpatrick (013)
Better Humans Podcast
Matt East, host of the Better Humans Podcast is joined by David Kirkpatrick to discuss his article, “This is How to Be Happy in Overwhelming Times”.Shownotes:Support our sponsor: Try Coach.me free for 1 week with promo code: MattEastWeekBetter Humans on MediumBetter Humans Podcast WebsiteJoseph CampbellSapiens: A Brief History of HumankindMatt East’s websiteListen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher.
The Power of Intentional Dreaming with David Kirkpatrick (002)
Better Humans Podcast
Matt East, host of the Better Humans Podcast is joined by David Kirkpatrick to discuss How to Master Intentional Dreaming for a Satisfying Life.Shownotes:Better Humans on MediumBetter Humans Podcast Website
David Kirkpatrick Talks Techonomy and Facing Facebook’s Failure
PCMag - Fast Forward with Dan Costa
Founder of Techonomy, David Kirkpatrick is a journalist, commentator about technology, and author of the bestselling book “The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company that is Connecting the World,” published in 32 countries. He spent 25 years at Fortune, and founded and hosted its Brainstorm and Brainstorm Tech conferences. Dan Costa - Host Weston Almond - Producer/Director Kirsten Cluthe - Producer Pete Haas - Social Media Manager Jamie Lendino - Original Music In PCMag's Fast Forward video series, editor-in-chief Dan Costa talks to industry leaders about ground-breaking technology that will shape our future. Check out some of Dan's previous interviews here: https://goo.gl/rLPrCk PCMag.com is your ultimate destination for tech reviews and news. Subscribe to our videos here: https://goo.gl/JfBShr Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCMag Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PCMag Gawk at our photos on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pcmagofficial Get our latest tips and tricks on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/pcmag
David D. Kirkpatrick is an international correspondent for the New York Times and the author of the new book Into the Hands of the Soldiers. He sits down with Isaac Chotiner to discuss how Egypt’s uprising against dictatorship went awry, the Obama administration’s role in undermining the Arab Spring, and what the future holds for the Middle East. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @IHaveToAskPod Podcast production by Max Jacobs.Listen to I Have to Ask via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David Kirkpatrick, CEO & Founder of Techonomy, Author & Journalist: Valuing the Influence of Technology
The Real Chemistry Podcast
Host Aaron Strout chats with CEO & Founder of Techonomy, Author & Journalist, David Kirkpatrick. They dive into the influence and reach of tech, David's book, The Facebook Effect, and W2O's and Techonomy's new partnership.