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Will Architect of Trump's 'Rigged Media' Rants Denounce Threats Against Journalists?

The disturbing stories are rolling in about ugly abuse and threats against the press by Donald Trump's supporters: One reporter tells of a "mob mentality" against journalists at Trump rallies, adding, "The people who are shouting look at us like we're their immediate enemies, not as like.?.?. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Turner Uses Data To Target And Tailor Creative, Strober Says

ORLANDO -- The corporate media world may be stuck in pending regulatory approval of AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner. But that isn't stopping Time Warner's Turner from pressing ahead in to the future of advertising. TurnerShow More Summary

(VIDEO) Mediavest | Spark Sees Addressable Outpacing Programmatic, OTT Television

Within the triad that is advanced or precision television advertising, household addressable has clearly moved ahead of programmatic and over-the-top in terms of marketer adoption for clients of Mediavest | Spark. "Addressable is now...Show More Summary

The Media War Between India And Pakistan

At a time when Indians and Pakistanis - politicians, sportsmen, entertainers, media persons and regular civilians - are hurling abuses at each other, it probably renders me unpatriotic to say that Glimpses of World History by Jawaharlal...Show More Summary

Don't Be Biased Against Bias

By Dr. David Rock, Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson, and Camille Inge. “I think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police,” said Hillary Clinton at the first presidential debate. While the claim ruffled some listeners (”Wait, did Hillary Clinton just call us all racist?”), it truly appalled one listener in particular: Mike Pence. Show More Summary

Hollywood and VR: Baby Steps, If Not a Bear Hug

Virtual reality is touted daily as the next big thing, VR events are springing up across the country, and Sony's first PlayStation VR has just launched to encouraging reviews. So one might wonder why we're all not seeing more VR content,...Show More Summary

Election 2016: The Potentially Polarizing Effects Of Search Engines, Social Media And Motivated Reasoning

According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, 81 percent of supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump disagree not only on their respective policies and plans but also on the "basic facts" surrounding the candidates and the election. Show More Summary

How Trump Dared The Press With A Campaign Built On Lies

As Donald Trump's three-ring circus-style campaign of misinformation winds down, one of the lingering questions is whether the press has helped normalize the kind of post-truth performance that the Republican presidential nominee has...Show More Summary

Q&A with Suresh Raj: Why it's important to be a visible LGBT champion

Today the Financial Times announced the annual 2016 OUTstanding Top 100, which celebrates the world's leading LGBT senior executives. I'm incredibly proud that my friend and colleague Suresh Raj, Global Chief Business Development Officer for Ogilvy PR, was named to the list. Show More Summary

Donald Trump, Your 'Rigged' Election Will Not Hijack My America

I've had enough. I've sat idle witnessing Donald Trump become the Republican nominee for president, despite his lack of qualifications and general decency as a human being. He did that, while violating everything this country stands for. Recently he added the straw that broke the camel's back. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) BlackArrow And Cadent Pairing Yields Consistent, Comprehensive Cross-Platform Reach

Simplicity, transparency and scale aren't natural bedfellows in a world of multi-platform television viewing and audience fragmentation. Corralling all three to benefit advertisers and pay TV providers was the strategy behind last year's...Show More Summary

Tom Hayden, 1939-2016: A Life Of Words And Action

"Join us, join us," a police-battered Tom Hayden shouted to passing delegates from the 1968 Democratic Convention. Hayden's life was a test of character. He saw his colleagues and heroes gunned down, assassinated, or shunned. He endured the privations of jail and the boredom of political life with something that seemed like equanimity. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Turner's Speciale Mulls Two-Minute Ads Replacing 30-Second Spots

Web users don't like too many ads, and TV viewers may feel the same way, too. That's why, last October, Turner made a big announcement that it would reduce the ad load in some of its TV broadcasts. One year on, how is the initiativeShow More Summary

New Ways To Avoid Surprise Subscription TV Bills

When Rosemary Kukla opened this month's Comcast bill, she was in for an early Halloween surprise. "I was being charged another $19 for Showtime," says Kukla, a retired grocery store worker from Lansdale, Pa. "We never ordered Showtime." Kukla isn't alone. Show More Summary

The Logo of the Cleveland Indians is Racist

Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji - Stands Up For Them) I suppose that it still is not a very popular thing to write about using Native Americans as mascots, and it is particularly unnerving for anyone to write about...Show More Summary

Arab Journalists Learn Religion Coverage

They say nothing sparks controversy and discord more than talk of religion, politics and sex - not necessarily in that order. But when journalists fan the flames with inaccurate, seditious and inflammatory coverage of religious matters,...Show More Summary

The Networks Are Biased... And They Should Be

Donald Trump claims that the elections are 'rigged'. The proof? The Media is against him. The TV news is biased. So what? It SHOULD be biased. That's the basis of a Free Press. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

Fact-Checking Clinton And Trump Is Not Enough

By Gleb Tsipursky, The Ohio State University The audience listens to the third presidential debate, Oct. 19, 2016. AP Photo/John Locher During the debates, fact-checkers like CNN and Politifact focus on evaluating the truthfulness of...Show More Summary

Internet Language: Lost Or Found?

Picture: This joke has opened today a heated discussion within our WCFDavos team. As communication specialists and creative people we are not traditional. By the way, have you ever seen traditional communication specialists? It looks like an oxymoron. Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Media Bashing Is GOP Dogma

Poor Donald Trump is, in Barack Obama's words, "whining" about a big conspiracy out to get him--and the allegedly pro-Clinton mainstream media, of course, is at the center of the plot. Wild talk from wild man Donald? Nope. It's S.O.P. Show More Summary

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