Ever go to take a picture of the kid’s first steps or that wild car chase, and you get the message: “Not enough memory”? It’s frustrating, and it always seems to happen when you’re trying to capture the best moments. That’s why you need to clean out your phone every so often. No one needs … Continue reading “The Dugle Report: Clear your smartphone memory”
We’ve been talking about this on The Dugle Report for the last few weeks – violent videos posted on Facebook. In one instance, video of a murder was on the social media platform for two hours before Facebook was alerted and took it down. Today – Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook was adding 3,000 people to … Continue reading “Facebook hiring thousands to look for violent videos”
The term “fake news” isn’t new – it’s been around for decades, but last year Mark Zuckerburg, founder of Facebook, used the term in a speech. Then, in January, then President-Elect Donald Trump called a major media outlet “fake news”. The term has taken off and it seems more and more hoax websites are popping … Continue reading “The Dugle Report: 7 ways to spot ‘fake news’”
Donald Trump’s press secretary Sean Spicer had a little gaffe recently that made him the key focus of criticism in main-stream news cycles. Gallo has some advice… Dont. Mention. Hitler.
Senator Roger Wicker was kind enough to stop by the palatial SuperTalk Studios to discuss taxes, the deregulation of the EPA and other programs/agencies, President Trump’s appointees and more in the first segment.. In the second segment, Senator Wicker and Gallo touched on the repeal and replace of “Obamacare,” President Trump’s meeting with China, Syria and … Continue reading “Senator Roger Wicker joins Gallo in-studio”
This week, we heard reports of a 14-year-old Chicago boy charged with sexual assault after broadcasting the assault of a young girl over Facebook Live. Then in Michigan, a mom claims her 11-year-old son killed himself after his girlfriend faked her death on social media. It’s a reminder that parents need to talk to their kids … Continue reading “How to talk to your kids about social media safety”
There’s been a lot of talk about whether there will or won’t be a lottery in Mississippi. Earlier this week, Governor Phil Bryant hinted it might be part of the special session called this year. And then there is the question of whether or not the House Speaker, Philip Gunn would support the legislation. Speaker … Continue reading “Speaker Gunn talks pros and cons of a state lottery”
The scams are getting more intricate online as scammers will do anything to steal your data. They’ll even create fake friend profiles and try to get you to friend them. Have you ever gotten one of those friend requests from someone you’re already friends with? The latest approach is where scammers take your friend’s pictures, … Continue reading “Don’t get caught in a Facebook spear phishing attack”
Tuesday brought the “Legislators Roundtable” and Wednesday brings the “Appropriations Roundtable” with Chairman Bucke Clark from the Senate and Chairman John Read from the House sit down for a lengthy discussion on where your money goes and how that is decided.
Speaker Phillip Gunn, and Representatives Trey Lamar and Jason White joined Gallo in-studio for what he calls a “Legislators Roundtable.” They answer questions about the internet tax not actually being a tax, and what is actually going to be done about infrastructure in Mississippi.
This week, Fox News released a survey of President Donald Trump’s tweeting, and 50% disapproved of his tweets. Love him or loathe him, President Trump can teach us all a lot about branding. He remains consistent to his brand, and isn’t afraid to tell you about it. He engages with people on social media. He … Continue reading “What Donald Trump can teach you about branding”
Today, the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) in partnership with the Families First For Mississippi (FFFM) is releasing the first in a series of Better Me Better Mississippi videos highlighting the importance of partnerships with others to assist individuals and families on their path to success. The Generation Plus (gen+) approach requires partnerships as … Continue reading “MDHS: Releasing the first in a series of Better Me Better Mississippi videos”