Media/Events

Multimedia about Mark – appearances on broadcast news programs, published articles/interviews with journalists, presentations at meetings/conferences,  participation on various panels.  Click on a button below or use the menu. 

Mark’s YouTube Channel

(Video interviews, talks ….)

Media/Events – Grid format

(Multi-column with images.)

Media/Events – List format

(Single-column – no images.)

Upcoming Events

(Link to scheduled events.)

If you would like more information on Categories, Keywords (Tags), Grid format and List format, read below ……

Media/Events posts contain:

  • Links to video interviews aired by news organizations
  • Articles about Mark published by news organizations
  • Links to Mark’s audio and video interviews by historical organizations
  • Links to presentations by Mark at public conferences and educational seminars
  • Links to videos of Mark’s participation on panels as a subject matter expert
  • Published articles authored by Mark
  • Mark’s Op-Ed items

Every event/post is assigned a CATEGORY and one or more KEYWORDS (TAGS).

Categories

Categories organize posts into sections that collect/file posts of the same type.  Categories are relatively few and static. Each post is assigned to a single category. Current categories are:

  • Interviews/Appearances/Articles
  • Conferences & Panels
  • Op-Ed/Articles

 

Keywords

Keywords (Tags) indicate a post’s subject matter and make it easier to find posts on a particular topic. Tags are relatively numerous and dynamic — new tags are added as posts’ subject matter expands. A post can have multiple tags — as many as needed to characterize its content. Current tags are:

  • Countering Violent Extremism
  • Counterintelligence
  • Counterterrorism
  • Crisis Management
  • Cyber
  • Insider Threats
  • Interview & Interrogation
  • NCIS
  • Research
  • Torture
  • Training
Grid and List Formats

Both Grid and List formats provide viewer-selectable  CATEGORY  and  KEYWORD  filters that allow the viewer to narrow the list of events to those in their area of interest.  Both formats display events in descending date order — from most-recent to oldest.  

The main difference is the Grid format displays events in a multi-column format with an image related to the event.  The List format is a more compact format.  It eliminates the image and displays each event in a text-only format in a single column across the page.   

If you need more information on Grid and List formats, read on …… 

Grid Format

Grid format displays events in a multi-column format with an image related to the event.  Depending on the size of the viewer’s display device, the number of columns shown will range from four to one.  On a large PC monitor, four columns of events will fit across the page; on a typical tablet, only two or three columns across will fit.  The grid format displays titles, dates, sponsoring organization/publisher, clickable links to more information, and event summaries/excerpts.

List Format

List format displays each event in a text-only presentation — a single column across the page.  Images are omitted to conserve space.  This allows more information about the event to be displayed.  The list format displays titles, dates, sponsoring organization or publisher, clickable links to the sponsoring organization or publisher, event summaries/excerpts, the assigned category, and the assigned tags (keywords).