Monday, August 25, 2008

Face Book Strategy: Fox & Friends _ (And Master Peter Doocy)_ PLUS, CNN's "IReport" Everyday Sunshine"

--- On Thu, 8/21/08, John French <> wrote:
From: John French <>
Subject: Face Book Strategy: Fox & Friends _ (And Master Peter Doocy)_ PLUS, CNN's "IReport" Everyday Sunshine"
To:, robin&
Date: Thursday, August 21, 2008, 8:06 AM

I think it's a great strategy for Fox & Friends folks to be on Face Book and actually become friends w/ your viewers = That's just another step in really engaging your viewers (existing and potential) --- and letting them know that you all do realize they are not just zombies who are blindly watching TV --- that they have a chance to get heard an be heard and be a part of a special process and be part pf a special time in history everyday ....
Moreover, it shows that you all are not just pompous wind-bags and talking heads that are out-of-touch and do not care about us (your fans in TV land = the general public = the everyday people who lift America up to its actual greatness everyday = and go unreported and unnoticed though mostly because of the producers and writers not wanting to give up control and break on through and create something different we can all experience like communion from good stories about everyday people that may help us realize we all could use this crowd consciousness for good instead of propagating fear, hate and greed, discontent and mistrust) ....
The other day I saw that Robin Meade was doing something called "IReport" Everyday Sunshine" = where she asks us to video our everyday routine while watching her on CNN's Headline NEWS = I thought that was brilliant = for the same reasons I listed about your FB strategy.
And, yet, Anna Gilligan has ingored two requests to be a friend = Well, yeah, that's not good and has altered my perception of her which makes me form opinions and like her less = Obviously (I'm only human, man).
As for Master Peter Doocy I obliged w/ his request and sent in to be his friend and gave questions I'd like him to ask the presidential candidates.
Do you think I should put this on my everyday blog? at  
Lastly, I'm glad Brian Kileade is back from whatever he was doing = (probably writing another amazing boook) ...
Best of August Roses, John French $$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$

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