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NBC's Commander-in-Chief Forum Played To Trump's Strengths

Just like that, in the relative blink of less than a half-hour each, back to back, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have had their first joint encounter of the fall campaign. Advantaged by his life experience in authoritatively filibustering...Show More Summary

Empathy For the Women of Fox News

Sexual harassment inflicts a serious emotional injury on its victims, not least of which is the loss of agency over the fate of one's career trajectory. As is true of racial discrimination, when an employee believes that her superior...Show More Summary

Is Starbucks a Media Company?

With today's debut of "Upstanders," Starbucks is officially a media company. "Upstanders" is a new Starbucks original series inspires positive change amidst cynicism in America. Starbucks CEO and Chairman Howard Schultz and Rajiv Chandrasekaran,...Show More Summary

No News Is Good News: Why We All Need To Go To the Desert Until This Campaign Is Over

I just spent a happy week at a place it's possible to detach from the news. If you want to, you can find a newspaper there. You don't want to. Believe me. It's in the high desert, where cellular service is spotty, and it's not in the U.S., so the crazy high roaming charges are a potent deterrent to staying connected. Show More Summary

The Pope Was Allowed to Retire. Why Not the Emperor of Japan?

It has been three years since Pope Benedict retired, to be succeeded by the dynamic Pope Francis. In the few years since, European kings and queens have abdicated in favor of their sons, including Carlos of Spain, Albert of Belgium, Beatrice of the Netherlands, and also the Emir of Qatar. Show More Summary

Journey of An Extraordinary Travel Writer

"My dad is my biggest source of inspiration" There are few examples of self motivated people in the world who serve as outstanding examples for others to follow. One of them is the young Travel writer, Sanjok Acharya, This 30 year old...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Putting People First Helps To Understand, Cope With Disruption: Y&R CEO David Sabel

To fully understand business "disruption," according to Y&R Global CEO David Sabel, it pays to revisit the Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalogue--circa 1894. Because if you read the mail order company's pioneering business manifesto--the best...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) "Magnetic Content" Attracts Consumers From The Haystack: eMarketer's Ramsey

In a world where consumers are ignoring your ads, how do you win back their attention? By making content audiences actually want to consume, says one veteran digital marketing analyst. eMarketer co-founder and chairman Geoff Ramsey says...Show More Summary

The Writing Life: The Past Never Leaves You, Or Does It?

I have often said that my worst professional mistake was leaving the clangorous world of daily newspapers for magazines and book writing. Of course, that was back in 1985, a very different time for the media, and for the world. The digital...Show More Summary

To The Moon, Alice! - Why We Stopped Going There

image courtesy NASA Fifty years ago, two things happened in space. Star Trek, the television series was launched. The USS Enterprise, piloted by William Shatner, playing Captain James T. Kirk rocketed into space. In the first episode, Captin Kirk and his team beam down to the surface of planet M-113 where they encounter Dr. Show More Summary

Lebanese Journos on Chopping Block

The ax is falling hard, and fast, on Lebanese journalists as media cut budgets, hire younger staffers, increase their online presence, seek cheap solutions, duke out their political and sectarian differences, but still fumble over monetization...Show More Summary

Hillary Needs Collective ADD With This News

Hillary Clinton had better hope that few are paying attention over the long Labor Day weekend and that those who are quickly forget. And that the news flow just moves on to the next things over the week ahead, oblivious to the latest FBI reports and key non-endorsements which have come just before. Show More Summary

I Cannot Take Gabrielle Union's Op-Ed On Nate Parker's Rape Allegations Lightly

This morning I awakened and checked my Twitter feed. Immediately my eyes were drawn to the statement issued by Gabrielle Union on Nate Parker and his rape allegations. Reading through her op-ed, I found myself like, her, in a "state of stomach churning confusion." Like Gabrielle, I am a survivor of sexual violence. Show More Summary

The Writing Life: Hard To Believe That Johnny Apple Has Been Gone A Decade

Hard to believe that soon it will be a decade since Johnny Apple of The New York Times died of complications from thoracic cancer. The Times has always had great writers - like A. M. Rosenthal, Joseph Lelyveld, Maureen Dowd, Max Frankel, Gail Collins, Bob Herbert, among others. But Raymond Walter Apple Jr. Show More Summary

Refuting Donald Trump's Media Bias Claims

Blame the liberal media. It’s been a regular Republican talking point for over 40 years, ever since Vice President Spiro Agnew’s criticism of the media as the “Nattering Nabobs of Negativism”. Now it’s Donald Trump’s main message. Trump...Show More Summary

Hymn To Liberty: Why One Greek Village Sings Their National Anthem

"I cannot stand and sing the anthem," writes Jackie Robinson, baseball legend and one of the most beloved Americans of all time, in his 1972 autobiography. "I cannot salute the flag; I know that I am a black man in a white world." This week, forty four years later, the United States finds itself amidst another anthem controversy. Show More Summary

TV News Stories About Birth Control Quote Politicians And Priests More Than Medical Experts

By Elizabeth W. Patton, University of Michigan and Michelle Moniz, University of Michigan Ninety-nine percent of reproductive age U.S. women who have ever had sex have used contraception at some point in their lives. And thanks to the...Show More Summary

Mainstream Media's Decline

The media are dumbing down what is presented to readers and viewers to the extent that I'd argue it's bordering on criminal. I remember when the first issue of USA Today came out. Mac Ives wrote it was, "Sept. 15, 1982, which led with...Show More Summary

HuffPost Mexico Will Be The Change We Want To See In Our Country

Today we're excited to announce the launch of HuffPost Mexico. Our site will be the 15th international edition of the Huffington Post, which was co-founded by Arianna Huffington in 2005 and was the first digital site to win a Pulitzer Prize. Show More Summary

Media Chatter of Inevitable Hillary Fades As Her Image Hits New Low (and Trump Surprises in Mexico)

Media chatter about how Hillary Clinton already has the election wrapped up was already fading before the new Washington Post/ABC News poll showing her favorability rating hitting an all-time low. Indeed, her favorable and unfavorable ratings among registered voters are now the same as widely reviled Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Show More Summary

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