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‘Wilshire & Washington’ Host Cited in U.S. News & World Report Feature on Gen Y

Today’s PR props go to Maegan Carberry—for being the latest BlogTalkRadio personality to hit the national press.

The co-host (with Ted Johnson and Teresa Valdez Klein) of Wilshire & Washington spoke to U.S. News & World Report recently for its Nov. 1 feature headlined “The Youth Movement: Confident, entrepreneurial, and socially conscious, generation Y begins to show the sure—if just a bit different—makings of leadership.”

CAPTION: Maegan: Makin' news.

Maegan: Makin' news.

Therein, Meagan finds herself mentioned alongside two of the most prominent names in the social-media industry.

“Companies are losing millions of dollars because of turnover and worrying over how to retain young talent long enough to move them into management positions,” writes reporter Amanda Ruggeri.

“An upside to all that is generation Y’s entrepreneurial streak. Combined with millennials’ tech savvy, the same confidence that’s irking managers is creating wunderkinder like Facebook founder Continue reading

Ron Howard Apes Richard Nixon: “Don’t come up behind me like that!” Cracks the Director-Cum-Impressionist

Fans of ’60s TV know him as Opie Taylor.

Fans of ’70s TV know him as Richie Cunningham.

Fans of ‘80s, ‘90s and ‘00s feature films know him as the creative force behind such hits as Splash, Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind.

Now BlogTalkRadio fans know Ron Howard as a Rich Little wannabe!

I am not a politician!

Ron: I am not a politician!

In a Wilshire & Washington interview about his latest directorial effort, Frost/Nixon, which tells the story of British talk-show host David Frost’s 1977 interview series with Richard Nixon – for which the then-resigned president was paid big bucks – Ron launches into a dead-on impression of Tricky Dick.

“Everybody that you interview who knew Nixon – no matter how much they loved him – they can’t help but do ‘Richard Nixon’ at some point,” Ron tells W&W host Ted Johnson.

“You know, he said to me, ‘Please don’t come up behind me like that!’ And they have to do that and it’s so funny, which is why I really wanted Oliver Platt [in his role as Bob Zelnick, executive producer of the Nixon-Frost interviews] to go full-out in his scene,” says Ron.

To hear more from Ron about Frost/Nixon, which opens Dec. 5 and stars Frank Langella as Nixon, click here.