May 082012
 
Jason Cochran in Bank of America's The Savings Experiment on AOL

Hosting 'The Savings Experiment'

You already read my blog, and thank you for that. I put a lot of thought and effort into my topics and writing here.

I always post some of my other goings-on through my Twitter feed. Not everyone follows my tweets (and even those I do can’t keep an eye on my feed 24/7), so I’ll round up a few links to a selection of the coolest things I’ve been up to in the past few months.

The New York Post: Update of this year’s development in Orlando

DealNews.com: Booking Got Bumped? Your Vacation Cancellation Recource

The New York Post: Preview of the big new rides at amusement parks across America

Scanorama (Sweden): Cover story on how to do Broadway like a local (link to PDF)

The New York Post: Feature on Anna Maria Island, Florida

I have two features in the editing pipeline at Travel + Leisure. They will be sequels to my recent feature for them about America’s Most Beautiful Neighborhoods.

BBC World: Expert appearance on Fast Track, discussing the South Korean theme park boom. I’m at 4:04 and 9:33. And they spelled my name wrong. I’ll know I’ve made it when they don’t spell my name wrong. Then again, that’s what Condoleezza Rice has been saying for years.


CBS This Morning: Segment about the ramifications of the proposed merger of U.S. Airways and American Airlines

I have also hosted four “The Savings Experiment” segments for Bank of America: on filing your taxes, buying drugstore items, and cable TV service (which is in post-production). I’ll embed those in a future post.