It was movie night and the kids were asleep. My wife and I had snuggled on the couch to watch two documentaries that on the surface had nothing to do with each other. As we were a bit into the second one, I felt a sense of familiarity to the first show. The commonality struck […]
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The New York Times has announced that Alessandra Stanley will move to a new interdisciplinary beat, for which she will cover economic inequality in America, analyzing the top one percent of the of income earners in the nation. She steps into the new role after 12 years as chief TV critic for the paper. Prior to […]
The 2016 election cycle is coming up and a number of candidates have been making expected and surprising announces for their bids for candidacy. To stay on top of the issues and the people behind the campaigns, as well as the national political news, Twitter is a great resource. After all, what’s a hot debate […]
Welcome back to our special two-part interview with David Ellis, chief content officer of CQ Roll Call. Last week, we got the score on the 54th Annual Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game and President Obama’s surprise appearance, and discussed Ellis’ efforts at CQRC over the past year with regard to branding, social media presence and multimedia […]
This is a guest post by Jeremy Bamidele, a brand strategist, publicist and adjunct professor at Rancho Santiago Community College District. Jeremy is also a nationally syndicated journalist and writes for Huffington Post. According to Reuters’ Digital News Report 2015, an on-line poll about the future of digital news in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, […]