Tag: horror


Is the ESPN Bubble About to Burst?

How to make Buzzfeed-style videos - but SHOULD you? And... Is the ESPN bubble about to burst? It's episode 24 of Media Unplugged with branding authority Tom Asacker and media strategist Mark Ramsey. Plus, rants and raves about Staples' school supplies designed by actual students, a wacky marketing lesson from Donald Trump, and a horror movie podcast so bad it's great! Listen as we go inside media to reveal the ugly truth! Click the play button below: And if you're reading this by email, click here for the audio. For show notes go to the Media Unplugged site. Sample … [Read more...]


A Halloween Message for Radio

I posted this for the first time a couple years ago, but I think it contains an evergreen message which is particularly appropriate for radio and for Halloween. Some great advice from a horror legend. Especially if you're in the business of creating unique and compelling content. Enjoy. And Happy Halloween. … [Read more...]


The Return of Horror Radio

Once upon a time, things that go bump in the night went bump in the night on the radio. Everything old is new again, particularly when it's updated for a new - and digital - age. That explains a new series of "horror radio plays" brought to you by horror maestro Larry Fessenden. Larry and his production company, Glass Eye Pix, are best known in the movie world, where they are the creative and production forces behind many of today's best-known independent horror flicks. Larry's new project, "Tales from Beyond the Pale," is not a retread of golden age radio oldies.  This is a series … [Read more...]


PPM Ratings Horror Stories

Imagine you're around a campfire on a dark and cold night. Is it time to tell a scary tale?  You bet it is.   And if it's a tale of ratings horror, what could be scarier? And if you prefer your horror in audio form, click here. [audio:http://blip.tv/file/get/Markramsey-RatingsHORRORStories321.mp3] Is it too early for Arbitron to go "Boo!"? Nope, it's never too early for that.(P.S. In my world 88% plus 22% does not really equal 100%) … [Read more...]

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