Episode 29

Published on:

29th Mar 2021

Independent Local Journalism with John Fortmeyer

Doug and John Fortmeyer of Christian News Northwest discuss the dynamics of local, independent journalism and the adjustments that have been needed to address the challenges of COVID.

One of the great dangers posed by the progressive loss of local journalism is the 'echo chamber' effect of the same voices being broadcast across the globe. The truth is that one set of voices can't possibly speak for everybody. People have unique views and perspectives. Independent voices are a critical part of ensuring that this uniqueness continues to be served.

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Doug's business specializes in partnering with companies and non-profits to capture overhead cost savings without layoffs to fund growth and strengthen financial results.

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About the Podcast

Terminal Value
An ongoing discussion about the future value of ideas and entities in our current world
'Terminal Value' is a Finance term that is used to represent the present value of all future cash flows, with the assumption of perpetual, stable growth.

However, the future is not as predictable as people like to think.

We also have seen that all information we receive is presented with an agenda. The result of this is a persistent 'us vs. them' mindset.

Since nobody knows what to believe anymore, we all need to build our own conclusions. This has created a high degree of anxiety and pessimism due to all the negativity that continues to flow from the media.

A key tenant of the Terminal Value mission is to bring attention to the people and organizations who are working to make things better.

Ultimately, Terminal Value is an ongoing discussion about the future value of ideas and entities in our current world.