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One Month Later, Press Failing Trump Transition Test...Badly

In a December 2 tweet that rattled embassies on the other side of the world, President-elect Donald Trump shredded nearly four decades of U.S. diplomatic protocol when he announced he had accepted a congratulatory call from Taiwan's president. Show More Summary

Right Side Network gets White House Press Room Credentials ... who???

image courtesy Reddit You may recall that fairly early in the Donald Trump primary season, Trump was at one of his many rallies when he instructed the network feed cameraman to pan the audience. "Show them how many people are here,"Show More Summary

The Life and Death of a Once Great Newspaper

Out of the depths of a scary stock market crash in 1987 emerged a salmon colored weekly newspaper, The New York Observer, that animated and chronicled New York's halls of power for almost three decades until its sad death last month. It...Show More Summary

Bringing Back Fairness and Honesty in the Media

The new digital media has come close to replacing the more traditional news outlets. Indeed, according to several studies, half of all Americans receive some form of local news via a mobile device, and 46 percent of them get their news online at least three times a week. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Half Of TV Ads Could Be Addressable, GroupM's Nielsen Thinks

LONDON -- About 42% of US homes are now able to receive so-called "addressable advertising" - TV ads custom-targeted at individual homes thanks to one of a variety of return-path TV systems. But how much of the multi-billion-dollar TV...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) For Comcast, Better Data Will Monetize Long-Tail Ads And Attract National DR Dollars

MIAMI - Some people are anxious because addressable television ads represent a mere one percent or so of total TV spending. Then there's Andrew Ward, who suggests that everyone take a step back and consider how far things have come in...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) IP Delivery Means Smarter Targeting, Reduced Ad Loads: Fox's Marchese

Letting consumers opt in to engage with digital commercials in lieu of seeing a full pod of them is just "the tip of the spear" in the quest to replace frequency based advertising, says Fox Networks' Joe Marchese. "This is where we'd like to end up. Show More Summary

CultureZohn: Anniversary presents for a changing Media

Gala Eduard Dali, by Max Ernst, 1924, Metropolitan Museum of Art Yesterday was the 11th anniversary of the Culture Zohn at the Huffington Post. In one decade, Huffpost has gone from new media to old media. When I first began blogging, friends in then old media, e.g. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) INVIDI's 'Addressability In The Sky' Excites 605's Dolan

LONDON -- In the emerging world of "addressable TV advertising" - in which operators can swap out a standard 30-second spot for one custom-targeted at a single viewer - cable and online platforms may appears to have the upper hand. But satellite is far from out of the game. Show More Summary

In Light Of Fake News And Advocacy Journalism, We Must Be Savvy News Consumers

Who do we rely on to get our news? Unfortunately, most people are getting their news via social media. It’s important that people regain their trust in the mainstream media due to flaws in social media, such as recent fake news stories...Show More Summary

The Finite Internet: On Muslims, Fake News And Solidarity In The Cyber Sphere

As campaigns, news, and opinions projected themselves onto many online platforms and digital outlets, this election’s relationship with social media marks a milestone of unprecedented strength. Coping with its results has only proven Americans to remain more reliant on cyber spheres to either facilitate or weaken trust and safety. Show More Summary

Why I'm Angry

Maybe you’ve heard of the “Five Stages of Grief.” First, there’s shock and denial. That’s what I experienced on election night. “This isn’t happening. This can’t be happening.” After that comes anger. And next—well, I don’t know what comes next. Show More Summary

Media Complicity Is Key to Blacklisting Websites

We still don't have any sort of apology or retraction from the Washington Post for promoting "The List" -- the highly dangerous blacklist that got a huge boost from the newspaper's fawning coverage on November 24. The project of smearing...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) UK's Virgin Media Offers Addressable VOD, Liberty Global's Paul Says

LONDON -- It just launched its new V6 set-top box and a weird Android tablet this week and, though the kit reportedly does not upgrade the advertiser offering, according to The Drum, UK cable operator Virgin Media is already helpingShow More Summary

(VIDEO) INVIDI Buys GroupM A Place At Addressable's Table: Gottlieb

LONDON -- In what is beginning to look like a season of exits for video ad-tech startups, addressable TV specialist INVIDI was last month acquired by AT&T, DISH and WPP. The 16-year-old company has come in to its own of late, by helping...Show More Summary

What Did Hillary Clinton Leave On The Social Media Table?

While everyone seems to acknowledge that social media played a pivotal role in the 2016 elections, a deeper analysis is needed. Both Trump and Clinton used social media extensively, but they used it differently. Those differences are...Show More Summary

Every Caribbean Business Needs to Start This Now if They Want to Grow in 2017

As a digital media enthusiast, there are two people I look to. One is Gary Vaynerchuk, the ultimate hustler, and the other is Douglas Rushkoff, a media theorist whom I had the pleasure of meeting on his visit to Ryerson University. Both men are accomplished authors. Show More Summary

Pioneering Freedom

250 years ago the world witnessed the passage of the first Freedom of the Press Act, enacted by the Swedish Parliament, covering modern-day Sweden and Finland. This was the first act to constitutionally protect press freedom, almost two centuries before the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Show More Summary

How Autocracy Will Come To America

The uniqueness of the 2016 election is the radicalism of the winner – in terms of content, manner, and temperament. There is no precedent among mature democracies for the election as head of government of someone so gross, so ignorant, so bigoted and so inexperienced. Show More Summary

Trump's 'Dead Cats' Have Hijacked The Mainstream Media

Wait... what were we talking about? The first time I noticed a dead cat was after the CNN-sponsored Republican debate on February 25, 2016. Pundits agreed that Donald Trump performed pretty poorly that night, looking uncomfortable on stage as Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz kept him on the defensive. Show More Summary

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