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#ALB45 - Elvis isn't dead... and neither is print media - Alan Marriott

By John Lamerton and Jason Brockman

"A lot of people will tell you that print media is dead. And I think that they're absolutely wrong."   Back in the 80's, Geoff Capes could rip a Yellow Pages in half with his bare hands. I reckon I could give it a go these days.   Want to know why print media ISN'T dead?   Why a leaflet doesn't have a front and a back?   or what "massively powerful tool" is "underestimated and underutilised"?   You're going to LOVE episode #45 of the ALB podcast then, with our guest Alan Marriott from The Property Press, where amongst other things, we talk about kiwi spirit, everyone else getting paid but you, the importance of "staying on the field", and why the people of Exeter don't watch their football team...   For links to everything we talk about, including the video recording of the episode and transcription of everything we talked about, head over to the show notes at bigidea.co.uk/podcast. And to watch the LIVE recording of each episode of the Ambitious. Lifestyle. Business. Podcast, join our Facebook Group for FREE - you can then watch our ugly mugs in glorious technicolour every month, as well as get BONUS in-between-isodes, and direct access to both of us to ask any questions about this, or any other episode.  “in relation to the Podcast – Elvis isn’t dead – and neither is Print Media. By Alan Marriott. 8th Nov. 2018 We would like to inform all listeners that Alan Marriott as of the 1st November 2018 is no longer an active member or Director of Letterbox Productions Ltd publishing The Property Press paper.  All information contained within this Podcast bares no relation to Letterbox Productions Ltd or its publications now or moving forward”

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