Managing Editor of Commercial Real Estate Direct Orest Mandzy has been at the forefront of reporting financial news and information for more than 30 years. For 18 of those years, he’s been at the helm of one of commercial real estate’s top media outlets, Commercial Real Estate Direct. In that time, he’s seen the transformation… Continue reading Media Moment: An Interview with Orest Mandzy
Freelancer entertainment writer & editor; associate editor for Sunseeker A graduate of the University of Southern California, Heather Turk’s byline has appeared everywhere from the Los Angeles Times to Playboy.com — with her review of “The Truman Show” making the front page of The Detroit News‘ movie section when she was just 17… Continue reading Media Monday: An Interview with Heather Turk
Freelancer writer for Engineering News-Record; travel blogger for “Greg’s Getaway” This week, The Hoyt Organization talked with well-known travel blogger and freelance writer Greg Aragon about his work, his travel blog, and his opinions on modern journalism. As a journalist who covers construction and engineering stories across California, what initially attracted you to these types… Continue reading Media Monday: An Interview with Greg Aragon
When you are participating in an interview, the primary goal is to ensure that an accurate, positive story is curated. You want to make sure that the information being provided is error-free and that it paints you, your client or your company in a positive light. It happens to the best of us – sometimes… Continue reading What to Do When You Hang up the Phone After an Interview and Realize You’ve Provided False Information
Editor of Real Estate Finance & Investment As the editor of one of commercial real estate’s premier trade publications, Samantha Rowan has her hands full with the day’s breaking news and analysis from some of the industry’s leading thought leaders. As the publication continues to expand its coverage, it’s maintaining its role as the go-to… Continue reading Media Monday: An Interview with Samantha Rowan
Skype-Jack (verb): When children, pets, or other disruptive forces interfere with a live on-camera interview as it’s being broadcasted, streamed or recorded. If you get Skype-jacked, no one will remember anything you said before or after. They will only remember how you handled it. Golden State Warriors Guard Stephen Curry, an NBA Most Valuable Player… Continue reading What To Do When You’re Skype-Jacked?