What do you think when you hear the word networking? Endless hours at networking events? Crafting an elevator pitch? Being a phony? In truth, these are some of the least effective ways to network. [...]
The book presents an analysis of how media, radio, television and print represented Bob Marley, including his popularity after his death. Mike Hajimichael examines unexplored connections between Bob Marley and media representation and the specifics of audiences, including coverage in tabloids, music magazines, and fanzines, as well as radio and television interviews.