She started at WKRN in 1976.
She starts in April.
Big Data in 2016 In an age of big data analytics let’s not ignore the available visual information, it’s not only about spreadsheets and numbers. In my consulting work I encourage specificity and direct targeting a client. As a photographer it’s important to fully understand how your work will behave inside a magazine. What features, departments or essays […]
She joins from Bloomberg Businessweek.
Without pesky headphone wires, you'll be freed up to move in any way the laws of physics allow—and even, perhaps, some they don't. Apple this weekend launched "Stroll," the latest 60-second spot in its ongoing "Practically Magic" campaign,...Show More Summary
The Washington Post is on a roll. On Friday afternoon, it announced that it was adding 30 jobs to its video team as part of a three-year plan to expand its video offerings. Perhaps most remarkable in those plans: multiple hires for what looks like a Daily Show-style scripted humor initiative riffing on the day’s...
Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold is one of nine additions to the CNN on-air team for 2017.
In the rainforest. Wearing a bandana and a loincloth, and wielding a chainsaw instead of a machete, he knew exactly what to do." Werner paused and took a sip of wine. "The Peruvian native tied the bandana around his thigh, pulled the...Show More Summary
We come from different places, have our individual jobs, families, hobbies, charms, quirks and beliefs. But among the things we all have in common: everybody everywhere knows somebody who's a giant asshole. That indelicate little fact...Show More Summary
Big changes across the pond.
In these politically fraught and socially stressful times, sometimes it's difficult finding ways to laugh or even feeling like it's okay to laugh. But two new comedic endeavors, led by women of color who live in New York, have opened...Show More Summary
Say goodbye to the print edition.
What if there were an app alerting readers to book review stars?
The Post features the future of the Knicks.
From ABC News: A new survey indicates that more than two-thirds of police officers believe that protests that typically follow high-profile police shootings are “motivated to a great extent by anti-police bias” — one of several findings that appear to highlight deep divisions between law enforcement and the citizens they protect. The survey conducted by the National […]
The winter may end soon in North Dakota, which means renewed pipeline protests may re-emerge. Here’s what ABC News reported: The front lines of the battle against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline are shifting away from the dwindling encampment in North Dakota, with main opposing groups asking for activism to be spread around the U.S., […]
A key economic indicator is not the unemployment rate, but it is the labor force participation rate. NBC News correctly pointed out that the unemployment rate has fallen under Obama’s presidency, but ignored how the labor force participation rate is at its lowest point since 1977. If only journalists looked at key economic indicators, not […]
Following earlier commitments to reduce the spread of fake news, Facebook announced that it would launch fake-news filtering in Germany. Read more...
Geopolitics and the United States' new presidential administration will surely be front and center in the Swiss Alps this week.