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Right-Wing Media Won't Acknowledge That Anti-Planned Parenthood Videos Are Dishonest

What has the right-wing Media Research Center's "media research" been reduced to these days? Complaining that a story is accurately reported in the media. As one might expect, the MRC has joined the rest of the right-wing media in being...Show More Summary

7 Publicity Rules Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

What if you invented a revolutionary product that replaced narcotics to alleviate pain, but you fumbled the public relations (PR) effort and your news got lost in the media echo chamber? Startups and entrepreneurs in almost every industry must confront questions like this when deciding to launch or continue a PR campaign. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) WPP's Sorrell Wants Nikkei to Make FT More Ad-Friendly

It was a WPP agency that devised The Financial Times' once-famous marketing slogan, "No FT, no comment." So, what does WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell think of Pearson's sale of its newspaper to Japan's Nikkei for £844m ($1.3bn) this week?...Show More Summary

Make No Mistake: Goat vs. Goad (Which is Correct?)

In a recent missive analyzing NYC's infantilization of smaller cities, I lead the first sentence (of my lede) with the idiom "get its goad" to illustrate my feeling that a New York Times article had rankled many Baltimore residents.Show More Summary

There Will Be More Non-White Journalists Because The Public Will Demand Them

On Tuesday the Columbia Journalism Review published a story entitled "Why aren't There More Minority Journalists?" It's an important question, and I'm glad CJR is asking it. The statistics in the piece are pretty shocking. Between 1968...Show More Summary

Pornosophy: The New York Times Magazine Then and Now

Young men growing up in the '60s read The New York Times Magazine for the lingerie ads. It was their initiation into the secret world of the other, the female, whose divine mysteries might already have been revealed to them in Irving Klaw's photography which was the subject of the 2005 film, The Notorious Bettie Page. Show More Summary

Don't Provoke, Evoke

Tony Schwartz was a fierce producer who made the infamous TV ad showing a little girl pulling petals off a daisy for Lyndon Johnson's presidential campaign in 1964. You can see it here. The girl counts to ten and looks up in fear as a rocket countdown replaces her voice. Show More Summary

American Women Deserve Clarity

Co-authored by: Richard Fowler & Kaitlin Junod Ever since the Supreme Court's ruling in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 1992, states have been left with an ambiguous standard when it comes to formulating abortion laws. In its final decision,...Show More Summary

7 Unknown Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow for Travel Inspiration

Instagram is an amazing platform for travelers; not only can you share your own beautiful photos from around the world, but even when you're not on the road, you can draw plenty of inspiration from travel-focused accounts -- that will...Show More Summary

Confessions of a Serial Songwriter: Calling All Angels

The other day my husband and I went out to dinner with our next door neighbor. He's always been a genuinely nice guy to whom we've enjoyed living adjacent for several reasons. He aided and abetted my effort to save a sweet little sparrow...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Oculus, Microsoft HoloLens, Snapchat and the Inevitable Transformation of Media: Daily Mail's Steinberg

CANNES -- When considering the future of media over the next decade, the Daily Mail's North America CEO Jon Steinberg thinks we have to be open to what may have seemed impossible even two years ago. "When I look at my 6-year-old daughter, I'm pretty sure she's not going to drive a car," he says in an interview with Beet.TV recorded at Cannes. Show More Summary

Small Fingers, Big Insights: Mobile App Design and 0-5 Year Olds

By now, to say that tablets and mobile apps are popular among young children is superfluous, akin to saying they like sweets. A new study, however, shares rich detail of under-5s' surprising digital competencies, as well as how mobile...Show More Summary

How The Press Missed The Trump Surge

It's hard to miss the media's looming sense of bewilderment over Donald Trump's continued strong showing among Republican voters. As the bulling billionaire cements his status as this summer's star GOP attraction, many pundits and reporters have been left scratching their heads over the turn of events. Show More Summary

1st Amendment Punctures Secrecy Surrounding Cosby Transcript, Police-shooting Videos

For lawyers who specialize in helping clients suppress information that could prove embarrassing or worse, several recent developments just made their job a lot harder -- which is, of course, a good thing from the standpoint of the public interest. Show More Summary

NOT MY BALTIMORE: Why the New York Times (and Other Outlets) Infantilize Smaller Cities

New York Times writer Tim Kreider may not live in Baltimore, but he sure knows how to get its goad. In a recent Sunday Review section, the writer waxed nostalgic about time spent slumming in Charm City a decade ago. Part memoir, part...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Addressable TV Poised to Crack the $70 Billion Market

CANNES -- Addressable TV has been in development for the last decade, but only now is it beginning to reach scale. That means that gross ratings points, or GRPs, may be starting to become obsolete. "You know what's really silly?" says Michael Bologna, president of GroupM's Modi Media, in a panel discussion at Cannes recorded by Beet.TV. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Weather's David Kenny On Why Averages Aren't Useful in Data Analysis

CANNES -- In one form or another, David Kenny's career has been all about data, from the advertiser, agency and publisher perspective. Now The Weather Company's CEO and chairman, Kenny was previously a president at Akamai, a managing partner of VivaKi, and a founder of Digitas. Show More Summary

Earned Media More Essential Than Ever in Today's Marketing Mix

Today's savviest PR professionals are obsessed with how people get their news. But let's take it a step further - and identify what newsmakers think is newsworthy. How reporters consume news, what sources they trust and how they sell their own stories should be in the PR professional's playbook. Show More Summary

Have You Seen 'The Wire?'

Earlier this spring, The New York Times published an article titled "1.5 Million Missing Black Men." The article showed that between incarceration, early death, and other more minor causes, more than 1 in 6 Black men between the ages of 25-54 is not a part of daily life, a total of 1.5 million. Show More Summary

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