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(VIDEO) Guardian Labs Mulls Off-Site Branded Content via Programmatic

LONDON -- So far, The Guardian division that produces branded content for marketers has published that content only on The Guardian's own properties. But that could change soon, MD Anna Watkins tells Beet.TV in this video interview. "At...Show More Summary

Addressing Conflicts of Interest

It's common sense: third-party validation is generally more effective at convincing someone to support an organization or purchase a product than a pitch from the seller itself. This is precisely why the creation of the biased validator...Show More Summary

The Id, the Ego, and the Social App

Social apps could be the closest we will ever come to physically manifesting the ego. They are alternate universes and virtual worlds that exist in our minds where we can put our best foot forward publicly to show the most perfect version of ourselves. Show More Summary

The Basic Affordability of Basic Income

In a somewhat surprising turn of events, The Economist in its May 23rd edition, published a piece with no name attached, where it labeled the idea of a basic income for all as "basically unaffordable." It then followed the publication...Show More Summary

Think PYNK

With signature golden curls dripping down her face, Mecca Moore has demanded and captured our attention. With an invisible crown nestled between her looped locks, she has lured an audience to a source packed with industry heavyweights and intimate rendezvous. Show More Summary

Ohio Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Student Journalist, Opening Private University Police Records

By Mark Keierleber The Ohio Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former student journalist Thursday, determining that police departments at private universities are public entities and must release records under the state's open records...Show More Summary

Senator Rubio, If You Don't Want to Be Labeled a 'Homophobe,' Stop Attacking LGBT Families

In a touching moment during his recent interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Sen. Marco Rubio talks about discovering his son face down in their pool and jumping in to save him from drowning. In a defining life moment, what Rubio did was try to protect and save his son from danger. His story resonates with me as a new father. Show More Summary

Sixty Years in Journalism: Covering JFK

Any American who is old enough can remember where he or she was when President John F. Kennedy was murdered. I was in a downtown Washington deli, where I stopped enroute from Capitol Hill to the ABC News bureau to get a carry-out sandwich. Show More Summary

Osama bin Laden's Porn and Policy Library (and the Banal Evil of the Unread War Novel Over Memorial Day Weekend)

Osama bin Laden begged his favorite wife to join him in paradise (should death come by drone or SEAL raid or hypertension triggered by a Hunker Down Diet of dried meat and Pepsi.) But first, The Most Wanted Man on Earth generously suggested...Show More Summary

Time to Kill the Term "Officer-Involved Shooting"

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In Dick We Trust

We already know how Republicans will run against Hillary Clinton, because Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is busily banging that drum. "Hillary Clinton is, quite frankly, someone the American people can't trust," he said on CBS's Face the Nation. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Expansion Planned for Guardian's Programmatic Alliance w/ CNN Intl, Economist, Financial Times and Reuters, via Rubicon Project Platform

LONDON -- Back in March, The Guardian and four other UK publishers with global ambitions announced they were forming the Pangea Alliance, a shared scheme to pool first-party ad data for ad buyers to target their combined 110 millionShow More Summary

(VIDEO) Teads Touts 'Outstream' Video Units for Mobile: Le Monde and Forbes Have Integration

Teads, the adtech company that provides publishers with "outstream," a solution to insert video advertising into editorial pages, launched a mobile SDK in March and it has been adopted by Le Monde and Forbes, says Bertrand Quesada, CEO,...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton 3; Media 0

The all-out attack the media is carrying out with regard to the candidacy of Hillary Clinton is beginning to make them look bad. It appears the public is siding with Hillary. Big players like the New York Times and Washington Post have...Show More Summary

How the Axact Scandal Changed Pakistan's Media

Nobody resigns in Pakistan. People generally blame others for their failures. When reporters asked a former railway minister after a big train accident if he would resign from his job, "why should I resign?" he asked, "I was not theShow More Summary

Media Ethics: Whose Standards?

It bears repeating: media ethics aren't a one-off endeavor and shouldn't be a priority only when trouble brews. The topic came up repeatedly during the Arab Media Forum in Dubai. Arab Media Forum ethics panel (Abu-Fadil) A panel entitled...Show More Summary

The Pakistani Friends and the Foes of the New York Times

There are rare occasions when the launching of a new media company makes top headlines on other news organizations. For example, in 2013 when Al-Jazeera announced the launching of a channel from the United States after purchasing Al Gore's Current TV for $500 million, big U.S. Show More Summary

Don't Hold Your Breadth

A couple recent events have gotten me thinking about diversity in children's TV content: Last week, I had dinner with a longtime friend who is a partner in a top-shelf arts media production company. We first met over 20 years ago when...Show More Summary

YouTubers Top the OnePoll Online Video Barometer as Most Trusted Source of Information For Consumers in the UK

The UK is now a nation that fully embraces the online video revolution. That is the reality portrayed by the UK Online Video Barometer, a survey ran independently by OnePoll. We questioned consumers across the UK to discover more about...Show More Summary

Scott Walker and the GOP Turning First Amendment Rights Upside Down

And how, if Republicans have their way, it may get even worse... originally posted at It's been an entire year since the First Amendment suffered a gigantic blow as a result of the 2012 Scott Walker recall campaign in Wisconsin, though it's one that very few Americans above and beyond astute Brad Blog readers, even know about. Show More Summary

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