PALM BEACH, FL – “Full Measure,” a news show that I had actually never heard of is sure to get a big spotlight on “.news” domain names as there was recently an interview with the President of the United States at the White House which took place last weekend.
The interview was conducted by writer, journalist, and television correspondent Sharyl Attkisson, a five-time Emmy Award winning investigative correspondent, formally of CBS News. She also wrote a book titled “Stonewalled,” which alleged that CBS News failed to give sufficient coverage of Barack Obama controversies, such as the 2012 Benghazi attack, according to her Wikipedia page.
The website which hosts the video with Trump as well as many other episodes uses the domain name FullMeasure.news, which actually seems to work well for the brand and makes sense as it is impossible to have it hosted on the preferred FullMeasure.com, a mess of a site registered by Full Measure Brand Marketing and Communications since 1999.
Attkisson also has her own website at the more standard address ending in a .com namely, https://sharylattkisson.com
The official Full Measure YouTube channel has over twenty six thousand subscribers suggesting that many people are likely visiting this alternative URL and potentially seeing it as a fairly sensible web address.
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Ron Jackson says
I’ve known Sharyl since she was a sophomore in high school and helped her get her first major market TV job. I met her when I first moved to Florida and started playing beach volleyball in Sarasota with her dad in the early 70s. .I was working for the local ABC-TV station at the time and Sharyl had an interest in broadcasting. She went on to graduate from the University of Florida and got a job with a small station in Ft. Pierce, Florida. By then I had moved up the coast to the CBS station in Tampa to do sports. While I was there Sharyl sent me an audition tape and asked if I would have our news director look at it. She was already an excellent newscaster even though she was just starting out, so I was happy to take it to our ND and our station ended up hiring her. She did a great job for us and later moved on to CNN and then all the way to CBS where she also excelled with network – and as you noted,now has her own syndicated show. She has come a long way since those days on the beach in Sarasota!
John Colascione says
Wow. Very interesting Ron. Thanks for the information. It was the first time I had seen her and she did an excellent job with the interview. Sounds to me that you have a role to play in her success. Very cool.
Ron Jackson says
I just happened to be in a position to help her get noticed at that point in time but she would not have been overlooked for long under any circumstances. Her talent and work ethic are the things that took her so far,