First, the RIM CEO explodes and ends a BBC interview. Then a CEO hides to avoid an interview with a reporter. Now Michael Wolff, editorial director at Adweek, takes to the Web to call mediabistro names.
After reading our post about his quick departure from the mediabistro studio yesterday when asked about the cover typo, Wolff went on Twitter with the tweet above. Would Tolstoy resort to name-calling?
(Note: The post does say that the question about the cover was asked after the interview was finished.)
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