Kevin Price, host of the Price of Business show, recently spoke at the National Media Summit in New York city. Whenever Kevin goes to New York — or any city — for business, he also becomes a tourist. He did it in a big way in his recent four day trip.
Kevin got inspired and is in the process of writing several articles — with our media team — about his trip. Not only will these articles be from a tourist perspective, but also looks at business, culture, and more.
The first article is by our media partner, USA Daily Chronicles, which looks at an amazingly restored video of New York in 1911. In upcoming articles, we will be looking at the NYC Public Library, Amazon’s retail stores, as well as some photo essays of images Kevin took during the trip. Keep an eye out for them. They will be posted on several of our partner sites, we will keep you updated on their additions, right here.
The next article in the series can be found right here, at PriceofBusiness.com. It is about Amazon Book stores, which Kevin visited one in New York. Instead of creating excitement about the brand, the stores seem to be a sad memorial to traditional retail itself.
Kevin also visited one of his favorite spots — the New York Public Library. Some how he finds himself there on every trip. While there he discovered a fascinating exhibit about the counterculture of the 1960s. He wrote about the experience at our media partner site, USA Daily Times.
The fourth article is about the advertising found in the city that is uniquely New York. Kevin ran across several ad campaigns that were, uniquely New York, either in messaging, or all politics being local, or in quantity. You will get what he means by visiting the site.
The final article in the series is at USA Business Radio and focuses on the event that brought Kevin to New York, the National Publicity Summit.The National Publicity Summit is a fascinating program that combines speed dating with serious networking with leading journalist. Get the whole story from this informative story.