At a time when news journalism is at it's worst, the press and tactics of how news is presented has become to fast and too quick. Many blogs and online news websites have been popping up at a rapid pace as the traditional press has either died a slow death or they've had to reinvent themselves to stay current. Texting and the advent of the cell phone and smart tablets has increased while many newspapers are on a rapid decline.
As I started The Pace Report over 5 years ago, I wanted to add video, photos, and print to be incorporated on how viewers and readers get their latest music and political news. I've been a advocate and firm believer that traditional print media is dead. In these times the readers of news as well as avid readers are on the incline of using online media and the technology that is easy and at their fingertips.
And the formula is working with lots of success. Over the last five years readers and viewers of The Pace Report have seen an increase in numbers via social media as well as online video portals like You Tube and Vimeo.
I've also followed the old school approach of journalism which is the Who, What, Where, When, and How. All of my segments aren't rushed nor are they presented in a tabloidish manner, which seems to be where the news industry has become. When you read or watch a Pace Report feature I want the YOU to have a better understanding about the artist or subject more than they do.
I thank you for all your support and hope that you continue to make The Pace Report your daily source for music news.
Brian Vincent Pace
Executive Producer and Host of The Pace Report
for Outward Media Productions
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