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Media Business | Patrick De Haan - How Media Deals with Oil and Fuel Prices

Media Business
April 8, 2022 11:00 AM


Tony Conley is a newer content contributor and show host for Michigan Business Network. To kick off his nineteenth episode, Tony has a three-segment conversation about the recent run-up and slow decline of gas prices at the pump.

He welcomes back Patrick De Haan, who started with GasBuddy in 2009.

Listen to Patrick and Tony's conversation by clicking on the PodCast playlist below!


Patrick has analyzed and tracked oil markets and fuel prices for nearly two decades. A graduate of DePaul University, Patrick has a degree in Business Economics and has concentrated on downstream oil markets, including crude oil, gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel since 2005, when Patrick and a professor at Grand Valley State University launched a blog in that shared oil market insights and predicted gas price movements.

With a solid foundation, Patrick went to work with GasBuddy, a fuel-price tracking service, providing expertise for millions of users. Since then, he has provided regular commentary to U.S. News and World Report and is often quoted during gas price gyrations and fuel disruptions by almost all U.S. and international media outlets.

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Media Business , hosted by Tony Conley,As a media veteran with more than 25 years of working experience working in television, radio, print, and social media platforms, Tony and his guests will explore the business of the media. Does the media care about journalistic integrity, proper reporting, making profits, telling all sides of every story? Is the media now an opinion based entity focused on its own agenda and do they favor sides? How does the media influence business and how does business influence the media? What are the solutions to the frenzy of Media Madness? Media Business will present all sides of these stories and let you decide.