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Fact-checking at the core of the first U.S. presidential debate

While the first U.S. presidential debate took place on Monday night in New York, newsrooms manned their fact-checking desks. The World Editors Forum selected five examples of multimedia fact-checking projects that take the reporting style to the next level. Read more...

Google joins voices calling for the IANA transition to move forward

While some in the US government question the IANA transition, the list of its supporters is getting longer. Read more...

Le Huffington Post: Think local to build a global media

While the Huffington Post announced last week that it is launching its 17th edition in South Africa, we thought it was time to find out how the global-hopping news site shares knowledge, content, and technology across borders. Who better to talk to than its first non-English edition: Le Huffington Post. Read more...

Obama’s Conflict Tanked the Clinton E-mail Investigation — As Predicted

Hillary couldn’t be proven guilty without proving the president guilty as well. ‘How is this not classified?” So exclaimed Hillary Clinton’s close aide and confidante, Huma Abedin. The FBI had just shown her an old e-mail exchange, over Clinton’s private account, between the then-secretary of state and a second person, whose name Abedin did not […]

Warning: These 7 Common Topics Could Bomb Your Next Interview

Just as important as what you do say and ask at an interview is what you don’t — phrases, topics and questions to avoid at all costs if want to move to the next level, and ultimately get the offer. The post Warning: These 7 Common Topics Could Bomb Your Next Interview appeared first on Mediabistro.

Live Blog: The First Clinton-Trump Presidential Debate

The center of the political world is at Hofstra on Long Island, and we're watching every bit of the coverage from an undisclosed location. Join us.

How the Unlikely Alliance of Ovation's 'Versailles' and Fiat Benefits Both Brands

There's a sexy, lavish new series coming to cable TV, set in the 17th century, that brings a distinctly modern style to the story of King Louis XIV and his royal court outside Paris. But as contemporary as Versailles may be, don't expect...Show More Summary

Clio Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Wants to See More Diversity in the Industry

Specs Current gig President, Kaplan Thaler Productions Previous gig Chairman, Publicis Kaplan Thaler Twitter @lindathaler2 You're being honored with a Clio Lifetime Achievement Award this year. Do you remember winning your first Clio? I don't remember the first Clio I won, but I do remember the year I won four. Show More Summary

Here’s What Really Matters When It Comes to Political Digital Video Campaigns

To Scott Goodstein, the world of political advertising for a high-stakes campaign like the current presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump comes down to just three things: "Time, people and money," he said, referring...Show More Summary

This San Francisco Indie Agency Takes Consumers Deep Into the Brand-Building Process

Specs Who (L. to r.) Managing director Eric Dunn and co-founders Franklin Tipton and Libby Brockhoff Agency Odysseus Arms What Creative ad agency Where San Francisco Unlike the Trojan horse built by Odysseus of Greece, San Francisco-based Odysseus Arms doesn't build something and hope people will come. Show More Summary

The Billy Bookcase Stands for Everything That's Great (and Frustrating) About Ikea

In February 2010, sun-loving Australians who showed up at Sydney's famous Bondi Beach encountered something more than the usual towels and umbrellas. Thirty red bookcases snaked through the sand, stuffed with thousands of books ideal for beach reading. Show More Summary

Live Tweeting the Presidential Debate

Follow me @donirvine while I live tweet the presidential debate of the century between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump beginning at 9 PM Eastern.

IBM Watson and The Weather Company Are Ready to Launch Their First Cogntive Ads

The Weather Company is getting ready to roll out its first ad campaign since being acquired by IBM earlier this year. But for the first brand, Campbell Soup Company, it's featuring the supercomputer Watson as the chef. Next week, IBM...Show More Summary

Why MTV Is Bringing Back a Familiar Title for One Day Only

MTV announced today that it will bring a classic franchise back to the channel for one day this week. MTV is reviving its “TRL” title this Tuesday, Sept. 27, in connection with National Voter Registration Day. The “TRL” title, which...

‘Godfather of Gore’ Dead at 87

The filmmaker who became known as the “godfather of gore” has died. The AP reports that Herschell Gordon Lewis died in his sleep this morning. He was 87. Lewis pioneered the horror genre known as the “splatter film” in the...

‘Modern Family’ to Feature TV’s First Transgender Child Actor

The ABC sitcom “Modern Family” will be breaking ground this week with the casting of television’s first openly transgender child actor in Wednesday’s episode, Variety reports. “In the upcoming episode — entitled ‘A Stereotypical Day’ — parents Cameron ‘Cam’ (Eric Stonestreet)...

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