This interview with Mark Ragan, CEO of Lawrence Ragan Communications, Inc., was conducted on June 7, 2007, at the Ragan/Simply Communicate “Engagement and Social Media” conference in London. Mark asked us to hold the interview when he learned that the launch of MyRaganTV.com would be delayed. We are pleased to present the interview now that MyRaganTV.com has been online for several weeks.
About our Conversation Partner
Mark Ragan is CEO of Ragan Communications. Mark was trained as a reporter, and for 15 years covered politics and the White House. He came to Ragan in 1992 after stints as a newspaper man in Montana, South Carolina, North Dakota, Washington D.C. and California. He attended DePaul University, where his roomate was Ragan publisher Jim Ylisela. Jim and Mark hit the road every year, teaching corporate writing to Ragan customers. Mark’s two-year goal is to take the Ragan conference and e-publishing business into the UK, the rest of Europe and Asia.
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