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Grace, Frankie and the Ultimate Destruction of Life as we Know It

Two stories caught my eye recently, both in the New York Times. The first was a piece on show-binging: indulging in our newly-found ability to watch an entire season's of a show in one or two sittings. The other was a piece about gene...Show More Summary

For Belly Laughs, Hispanics Turn To 'El Chavo'

Sitcom is the most popular Spanish-language comedy in the U.S. and worldwide. This article is part of an ongoing Media Life series entitled "Catching the next big wave: Hispanic media." You can read previous stories by clicking here. In the courtyard of a housing project, an orphan squats next to the barrel where he sleeps at night. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) OMD's de Nardis Searches For Authenticity At The Cannes Oasis

What should a brand be in 2016? "Authentic." That's the watchword everyone is using these days, and Omnicom's OMD media agency is no different. As the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity got underway this week, OMD camped...Show More Summary

Broadway's Parting Gift to Women it Portrayed

Eclipsed, that striking depiction, as fictional drama, of women in crisis - Liberian women to be specific - closed last night after its 15-week Broadway run. But not before dedicating its 117th Golden Theater performance to saving the lives of Liberian women in reality. Show More Summary

TRONC - Dead On Arrival... or worse...

quite possibly the worst video ever made... TRONC is the new name for the Tribune Company's new effort at rebranding. The Tribune Company has been around for a long time. Founded in 1847, its flagship paper, the Chicago Tribune was the longtime media powerhouse of its owner Robert McCormick. Show More Summary

Challenging Freedom Of Speech

Freedom of speech is the keystone of civil liberties. Freedoms of press and assembly are meant to protect it. Freedom from unwarranted searches and seizures leaves us to decide whether our expressed thoughts are private or public. That, too, is why freedom from surveillance is so important since it prevents intimidation. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Cannes Lions Commits To Cannes For Next Decade, CEO Says

CANNES -- The organizer of the increasingly large Cannes Lions festival, which got underway this weekend, has moved to allay rumors it may vacate its eponymous host by relocating to a rival city, by signing a decade-long deal with local...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Grey New York Mines Search Terms, Locks In How-To Videos For Gillette

It may seem a bit unusual to hear a chief creative officer extol the virtues of paid search, but for Andreas Dahlqvist at Grey New York it's "almost under-leveraged" for the purposes of promoting film content. The agency leveraged this...Show More Summary

Innovation in News Media World Report 2016: A Roadmap

"Daring to Print." So headlines Eric Fottorino, Editor of Le 1, and former editor of French daily Le Monde, in his foreword to what has become a reference on trends in a newspaper business plagued with setbacks. But Fottorino is optimistic...Show More Summary

Silver Bells: Moving On From The Workplace I Loved

The final chapter in my career with the company arrived unceremoniously in four very average cardboard boxes. The belongings were well cared for and meticulously cataloged on labels but I really didn't want to look. After sixteen years with the company, twelve in Los Angeles, I knew what the boxes contained. Show More Summary

Progress Worth Noting: Congress Strengthens The Freedom Of Information Act And The Public's Right To Know

In a gloomy news week dominated by the slaughter of 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. and its aftermath, it is understandable that Congressional approval of unrelated legislation easing access to government records has not garnered tons of public attention. Show More Summary

We've Lost

Taking heart at Donald Trump's plummeting favorability numbers? You think he maybe finally jumped the shark by taking a victory lap over the Orlando massacre? You think the Republic is now safe? It isn't. The Republic is already sick. Show More Summary

Pushing For Mosque Surveillance, Fox News Is Fighting The Last War

Reaching for one of its favorite War on Terror talking points, Fox News is leading a charge in the wake of the Orlando gun massacre to push for surveillance of mosques in America. Convinced that a pressing response to the attack on a...Show More Summary

The Disturbingly Different Responses To The Disney And Cincinnati Zoo Tragedies

This week, at the Disney World Resort in Florida, a 2-year-old white boy was killed by an alligator. Last month, a 3-year-old Black child fell into a Gorilla exhibit. Two similar tragedies, two DISTURBINGLY different responses from the public. But this isn't about gorillas and alligators. Show More Summary

How to Write a Blog That People Will Actually Read

How can one build a successful blog if they have something of value to share? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by David Kadavy,...Show More Summary

Orlando's Complexity Shows Why We Have To Resist Trump-Driven Snap Judgments

At first blush, very first blush, it seemed cut and dried. America's new record-setting mass murder, and I'll refer to him only by his terrible acts and not his deservedly forgettable name, had claimed he carried out the worst mass shooting in our history as a jihadist for Isis. Show More Summary

How Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton And Hulk Hogan Threaten Freedom Of The Press

This column was originally published by As we head for the general election, the First Amendment--particularly, freedom of the press--is at risk. In and of itself, this is nothing new. From the Alien and Sedition Acts of...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) NBCUniversal Promoting Cross-Platform Measurement Competition

When popular network television programs lose credit for well over one million viewers because time-shifting isn't fully measured, calling cross-platform video consumption disruptive "is not even doing it justice," says the head of research...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Agencies Must Lead 'Holistic' Data-Driven TV: MODI Media's Power

Agencies need to take the lead on data-driven solutions for more targeted television advertising as they seek ways to holistically plan and evaluate programmatic buys for their clients, according to the head of GroupM's advanced TV unit. MODI...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Turner Seeks Optimum Length For Fewer, Longer, Better TV Ads, Donna Speciale explains

Viewers don't like too TV many ads. That's the realization CNN owner Turner has come to, one of several media organizations now responding to negative consumer sentiment about the way content is funded. Turner's solution - fewer, longer, better ads. Show More Summary

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