For starters, I published two articles:
- The Toronto Star: BlackBerry-maker RIM has five months to turn words into proof it can survive
- Yahoo! Canada: RIM AGM heralds change, but is it enough?
- (For more background, here's my earlier Dear Thorsten Star piece that kickstarted much of this.)
- CTV National News, report by John Vennavally-Rao
- CBC The National, report by Ron Charles (full newscast here)
- Global National, report by Christina Stevens
The next morning, I was up early to chat with CTV Canada AM's Marci Ien. The full interview is here.
In between all of that, I did a bunch of radio interviews - including one where I artfully dodged a street cleaner - with the CBC's Mike Hornbrook, John Moore on Newstalk 1010 in Toronto, Andrew Carter on CJAD in Montreal, Al Coombs on 1290 CJBK here in London (coolness factor: I did that one right in the studio...love when I can do that!), Gary Doyle of 570News in RIM's hometown of Kitchener-Waterloo, and London's own Journalism program at Western U/CHRW Radio.
At one point, I was cruising through the hinterlands of Ontario, sunroof open and music playing, thinking how lucky I was to get to do this. Somehow, I ended up doing some of the neatest work I could have ever imagined. Somehow, it felt as if I was exactly where I belonged. Neat.
I'm guessing there's more in store. Stay tuned.