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Video-Streaming- What's best for you?

A few years ago, watching your favorite TV show or movie meant you had to wait eagerly for the days on which they will be aired on TV or the movie to be released. These days, if they are not available to be streamed online, they might...Show More Summary

8 Latino TV Characters Who Will Inspire Your Kids

By Maria O Alvarez, Common Sense Media “Diversity” is a lot more than the latest buzzword in Hollywood. When kids see positive portrayals of people who share their background and culture on TV, it can be truly life-changing. It plants the seed of possibility. Show More Summary

Bi-Erasure... Even After Death?

On September 14th, I was horrified to read the following headline on PinkNews: "Bisexual woman and her mum 'stabbed to death and burnt' in suspected hate crime attack." The report was both gruesome and tragic. On August 29, 27-year-old...Show More Summary

The Times, It Is a Changin'

You see it on the front page of The New York Times, live on NBC and across the spectrum: reporters, not commentators or columnists, calling out Donald Trump for lying. That role used to be reserved for fact-checkers and editorial writers. Show More Summary

The Writing Life: In Daily Journalism, A Last Innings?

In 2004, when I was writing a regular column for The Straits Times based in Singapore, I penned the following essay. I think what I said then is still valid, even though at the time few people -- other than savants and media swamis --...Show More Summary

The Changing Face of the Mad Men

Marketers want their agency partners to accelerate diversity efforts. And their reasons go well beyond optics and political correctness This week, key catalysts and stakeholders in our industry gather at ADCOLOR® to discuss and champion...Show More Summary

Some Help For Lester Holt: Questions For The Trump-Clinton Debate

Less than a week until the first presidential debate. The pressure must be excruciating on... Lester Holt of NBC News, the first moderator. Two weeks ago I suggested questions Holt should ask both candidates. They were almost exclusively designed to elicit differences between Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's policy positions. Show More Summary

4 Easy Steps for Confident and Authentic Self-Promotion

We live in a very noisy world with millions of people demanding attention. If we have a product or service that we really believe in and we want to share it with others, we have to compete with all of that crazy noise. Sometimes it can feel so overwhelming or intimidating to promote our work. Show More Summary

The Last Clinton Global Initiative Meet Marks the Sharp Decline of Davos Culture

It seemed at first like one of the all-time great political ideas. Hold the then emerging Clinton Foundation's Global Initiative summit at the same time as the annual United Nations General Assembly gathering of heads of government.Show More Summary

WorldNetDaily Will Die on Birther Hill

The news that Donald Trump has renounced birtherism (in front of the cameras, anyway) has to be a blow to WorldNetDaily, which helped Trump behind the scenes with his birther obsession. Not surprisingly, WND doesn't want to talk about...Show More Summary

When The Alt-Right Attacks

“We’re with you, and you’re with us. We are bigger than bigotry, louder for love.” Fifteen words, sent out on Twitter to the account of Hillary Clinton at 9:00 in the morning, with a picture of me, my husband, and our son Gabe, taken...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Future Of Journalism Is Live Event Annotation: Washington Post's Chris Cillizza

WASHINGTON, DC -- Over the last couple of decades, there have been many extensions and plugins that aim to let web users annotate the pages they browse. The latest is Genius, the site which, previously, let users annotate song lyrics...Show More Summary

Memories of the Graves Without Crosses on "Yonder Hill"

Notes from Indian Country By Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji - Stands Up For Them) Eugene Rowland was born and raised on the Pine Ridge Reservation. While serving with the U. S. Army in Korea he made two good friends; Virgil Rutherford andShow More Summary


As has been reported in the pages of Huffington Post ("How Donald Trump Played The Press" (, Trump played the media yesterday like a Stradivarius. What...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Sky's Jamie West Wants To Super-Serve Brands Across Screens, Across Europe

COLOGNE -- The UK may be preparing to leave Europe, but UK satellite TV platform and ISP Sky is heading farther in to combining its European business and uniting advertisers' opportunities, across multiple screens and across the continent. The...Show More Summary

An Open Letter To Wolf Blitzer

Dear Wolf Blitzer: Do you ever watch your own show on CNN? I don't think so, because if you did, you'd notice that you have a very odd verbal tic. You obsessively, weirdly punctuate comments and questions with the phrase "if you will." You use it as often as some people say "ummm." But you use it incorrectly. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) VR Storytelling Is Adland's Number One Topic: Starcom's Donohue

COLOGNE -- Publishers like The New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Sky News, Facebook and YouTube are now gaining traction for their 360-degree and virtual reality video productions. Could advertisers do the same? In this interview...Show More Summary

What the Colin Powell Hack Means

So how is Hillary Clinton's "run-out-the-clock" strategy looking now? With the presidential race essentially tied, that is. I don't know any game in which you run out the clock when you don't have the lead. In reality, despite all the...Show More Summary

Stop Suspending Driver's Licenses For Unpaid Fees

Alyssa's nightmare experience with the debt trap of fines and fees in our criminal justice system began with a $25 ticket. It ended with a total bill of $2,900. The first ticket was for failing to update the home address on her driver's license within the 10 days required by California law, an oversight we could all make. Show More Summary

Girls Gather To Govern In Washington, D.C.

As I write this, my collagues and I at GLOBALGIRLMEDIA have just wrapped an invigorating, six-month multimedia civic engagement project which involved criss-crossing the country in search of teen-age girls who wanted to have a say in the national presidential elections. Show More Summary

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