Chuck Conconi discusses the past and future of the Washington Post with the National Editor of the Washingtonian Magazine, Harry Jaffe. Jaffe discusses that while the Washington Post is a great newspaper, it does not have the national impact that it once did. Today, The Washington Post is struggling to keep up with the digital age and the many other newspapers in the country. Jaffe believes that with the right leadership, The Washington Post will return as the strong, national voice it once was.
Laurel Ruma, Gov 2.0 evangelist for O’Reilly Media and co-chair of Gov 2.0 Expo, gives a sneak preview of sessions coming up at Gov 2.0 Expo, including City of Los Angeles, the first cloud computing deployment in the local government level. For more information about Gov 2.0 Expo, visit http://www.gov2expo.com. […]
Anne Forristall Luke, vice president of government affairs for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) talks to Chuck Conconi about the obstacles facing the American Jobs Act and the difference infrastructure investments can make towards […]
Focus Washington: Thriller Author Chet Nagle Discusses New Book’s Focus on Potential Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil
Thriller author Chet Nagle stops by Focus Washington to discuss his new book The Woolsorter’s Plague, which gives a fictional account of two terrorists that make an attack on the U.S. that was planned by […]