Media Communications Deals with the Media aspect of the field of media. Person,product, or thing. Media Communication brings People and things to life.
John Kornblum, a former U.S. Ambassador to Germany, who still lives in Berlin, said, “If you cross her, you end up dead. There’s nothing cushy about her. There’s a whole list of alpha males who thought they would get her out of the way, and they’re all now in other walks of life.”
German politics was entering a new era. As the country became more “normal,” it no longer needed domineering father figures as leaders. “Merkel was lucky to live in a period when macho was in decline,’ Ulrich said. “the men didn’t notice and she did. She didn’t have to fight them—it was aikido politics.” Ulrich added, “If she knows anything, she knows her macho. She had them for her cereal.”
-After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Angela Merkel went from unknown East German scientist to the most powerful woman in the world, a rise due to equal…
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HI I’m Jerome Nunnally a Full sail university student currently taking up Media Communications. I would like to offer my expertise of this field and would love to inform anyone about media communication and why it’s valuable for business and brings your company profile to life.
Media communications only deals with the media aspect of the company, product or person. I like what I do and Love every moment of it.
I will be here just briefing and giving out valuable tools that you can use in your professional career. So who have questions concerning this field?
Thanks and I’ll be posting twice a week tips and answering questions.
Sincerely, Jerome Nunnally ( Media Communications)