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From Russia With A Plan: After His Press Conference, Why Donald Trump Called The Media, 'The Enemy Of The American People.'

During his rambling, seventy-seven minute press conference Thursday the 45th President of the United States ricocheted between boasting (once again) about his November victory, by blatantly misstating his electoral vote ranking, to describing...Show More Summary

7 Tips To Help You Tell Real News From Fake

I’ve been hearing a lot lately from people who feel overwhelmed by all the drastically different news narratives fighting for their attention — especially, of course, the ones about Donald Trump. Real news? Fake news? How do you tell the difference? Here’s a seven-point checklist of the most essential things to know. 1. Show More Summary

As The Wheels Of The Trump Juggernaut Come Off

Say this for Donald Trump: He sets records. It took more than a year of Warren G. Harding’s administration before the Teapot Dome scandal of 1921-22 brought down his Interior secretary for taking a massive oil company bribe. A half-century...Show More Summary

Thanks, GOP Guy, For Speaking For Utah Women

Dear James C. Green, Wasatch County GOP Vice-Chair, I just read your Letter to the Editor in the Park Record regarding the ridiculous Equal Pay bill being considered in Utah’s Legislature, and I wanted to thank you for your leadership and guidance. Show More Summary

Why I Watch Fox News Every Night

While watching President Trump’s lively news conference this afternoon, I unleashed a string of Facebook comments, something I usually do not do, but I couldn’t believe what I was watching. My first blast, just during this press conference: Donald...Show More Summary

4 Things Reporters Get Terribly Wrong About 'New' Drugs

In recent years, there has been increasing media attention on drugs known as “K2”, “bath salts”, fentanyl, “molly”, and others. Unfortunately, much of the coverage – even by some of the most well-meaning journalists – contains misinformation and inaccurate or misleading terminology. Show More Summary

The Trump Steamroller Vs. The Media: We Will Not Stand Aside

General Michael Flynn’s resignation Monday night as Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor came as no surprise to anyone familiar with the ever-lengthening chain of events leading up to his announcement. More to the point, no one who...Show More Summary

Why Brands Spend $160,000 a Second

Blog Team - This post is by Tim Calkins and Derek Rucker. They have written for Huff Post jointly before. Please adjust the byline. Thanks. Many brands are announcing plans for the Super Bowl. Already the line-up is taking shape: Audi,...Show More Summary

Trump And Voting: From Bad To Worse

What could be worse than the U.S. president spreading lies and conspiracy theories about voting fraud to make himself feel better about losing the popular vote by millions? Unfortunately, that’s no longer a rhetorical question. After...Show More Summary

Milton Metz: Radio's voice of Civility

From my earliest memories, Milton Metz's voice was as familiar and reassuring as my own mother's. It was always there -- on WHAS radio and television -- from what seemed to be morning until midnight, although I realize now that was impossible. He...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Beet.TV Summit March 9: Xaxis, BBDO, Eyeview, MediaMath And Others To Examine Performance Video

HOLLYWOOD, Florida - The year 2017 will see WPP's Xaxis increasingly focus on performance outcomes for its clients' video ad campaigns. "Every campaign that we will run will have a KPI that is considered very important to the advertiser that we will achieve," says David J. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Publishers Seek Alternative To Google, Facebook Duopoly: AppNexus' Rubenstein

It is now nine months since a Digital Content Next analysis first showed that Google and Facebook were gobbling an extraordinary 90% of all new digital ad dollars. The figure wasn't out on its own. It was one approximated by a Morgan Stanley analysis. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Universal ID Doesn't Stop At Marketing: Neustar's Achanta

HOLLYWOOD -- Advertisers are grappling to develop single profiles that can read and understand their audiences across multiple devices and in a diverse range of contexts. But the same technology has application outside of just marketing. That...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) David Moore Sees Xaxis' Future In [m]Platform

HOLLYWOOD, Fl -- If you missed the announcement in November, you may not know that another ad agency holding group has enacted another reorganization aimed at making business more client-centric and function-driven. GroupM launched [m]Platform, a...Show More Summary

CNN's 'The History of Comedy' Is Funny How?

President Donald Trump derides CNN as fake news. Does that mean "The History of Comedy," an eight-part documentary series premiering on the network Thurs. Feb. 9, is fake jokes? No, this is the real deal; a deep dive into a century of...Show More Summary

Being A Good Citizen

I've been reading a lot more lately. And for me, that's saying quite a bit, because I read all the time: books, magazines, newspapers; in print, online, it doesn't matter. But WHAT I've been reading has changed. I've become more discriminating online and have banished what "clickbait" I can from my newsfeeds. Show More Summary

Trump's TV Star Fades: He's No Longer A Ratings Magnet

President Donald Trump might have been cheering the New England Patriots' historic comeback on Super Bowl Sunday, but he couldn't have been happy about his own contribution to the day. His sit-down interview with Bill O'Reilly, which aired during Fox's pre-Super Bowl coverage, turned out to be something of a ratings dud. Show More Summary

A Bintel Brief

All the talk about illegal immigration in the last election, has brought back the memory of more halcyon days at the turn of the l9th Century when America opened its arms to a whole new generation of immigrants who sought refuge from the pogroms of Czarist Russia. Show More Summary

The Long Road To Impeach Trump Just Got Shorter

The momentum to impeach President Trump is accelerating. On Thursday, Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) filed a "resolution of inquiry" that amounts to the first legislative step toward impeachment. A new poll shows that registered voters are evenly split, at 46-to-46 percent, on whether they "support" or "oppose" impeaching Trump. Show More Summary

Sports TV Has Mutated Into Something Hideous

The late and loveably irascible journalist, Jack Germond, made this observation. He noted that back in the old days, when print media still dominated, it was not uncommon for a newspaper's Monday morning edition to be a few pages "thinner" than usual. Show More Summary

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