Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Jack Feuer “It’s My Way!”
Talk Show host Dr. Arlene Barro created her WIN Without Competing! show for candidates, employees, entrepreneurs and employers to learn about her Right Fit Method from her guest interviews.
On WIN Without Competing! Dr. Arlene will interview Jack Feuer, Editorial Director of UCLA Magazine, who likes shaking things up. At UCLA Magazine he relaunched the university’s flagship publication and its website. Prior to UCLA, Feuer was the National News Editor of Adweek (and before that its first Media Editor) where he helped execute a sweeping redesign of this famous ad industry magazine and its website.
Feuer also served as West Coast Bureau Chief of Inside Media magazine, where he wrote the acclaimed “West World” column on L.A. advertising, and as Managing Editor of J.D. Power and Associates, where he edited the award-winning Power Report newsletter.
Jack continues to write about the business of communications as a regular contributor to Variety, TV Week and other channels, and through “Media X,” his popular weekly blog on mediapost.com. His byline also has appeared in Advertising Age, Buzz, Content and mediabistro.com, among others.
As an expert on advertising and media issues, Jack has been seen and heard on CNN, ABC, Univision, the Canadian Broadcasting System, Canal One in France, Fox News and numerous radio stations across the U.S., and he has been quoted on communications topics in such publications as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Herald, The Wall Street Journal and Wired, among many others.
Feuer practices what he preaches as a marketing communications copywriter and strategic communications consultant for clients and agencies. His portfolio includes work for Lexus, Sony, Fox Broadcasting and the City of Los Angeles, among many others.
He is the author of "Good Men: A Practical Handbook for Divorced Dads" and admits that he really ought to listen to his own advice about parenting.
Join Dr. Arlene as she uncovers why Feuer, a change agent, likes to do things his way.