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New TV Series to Examine ‘Evil Things’

A new TV series set to premiere next month gets up close and personal with objects purported to possess evil qualities. The series, “Evil Things,” premieres Friday, Sept. 15, on TLC, leading out from the season two premiere of “Kindred...

TLC Gets Spirited with the Return of “Kindred Spirits” and All-New Series “Evil Things”

Press release from TLC, Aug. 17, 2017: Friday night frights return to TLC in time for Halloween with the second season of KINDRED SPIRITS, following renowned ghost hunters Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as they help real people tormented by...

Carl Franzen Is Now the Man at Inman

In this week's introductory note, Carl Franzen reveals that he is one of a number of University of Missouri alumni on the staff of Inman, a website that covers real estate. The incoming editor in chief also tips his hat at the impressive digital tenure of his new home: Inman has been covering the bleeding...

How Corporate Distrust Is Reshaping Advertising

A stranger approaches you and tries to sell you a new watch. How much do you trust this person? For millions of Americans, advertisers and corporations have become like strangers with ulterior motives--meaning that they aren't to be trusted and aren't worth paying attention to. A Gallup poll recently revealed that only 6 percent of...

USA Today Editorial Board Calls on Congress to Censure Trump

In September, as the presidential election neared, USA Today's editorial board made the unprecedented move to effectively un-endorse Donald Trump, the first time in its history it had weighed in on a candidate in such a way. And during the past few days, as editorial pages from various newspapers weighed in on President Trump's both-sides...

Sid Lee Launched a Peace Competition With This Insane, Psychedelic Anthem

It feels like the world is in absolute chaos right now, especially here in the U.S. following the violence on display in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend. Now, more than ever, the country is in need of images of peace. Sid Lee and MASSIVart want designers, creatives and illustrators to help create these new symbols of...

Apple Joins the Charlottesville Discussion

Apple has added its voice to the discussion of the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va., with CEO Tim Cook taking issue with Donald Trump’s position finding fault on “many sides” and failing to pin blame on white supremacists. Recode reports...

Azerbaijani news agency's office raided

New York, August 17, 2017--Azerbaijani authorities should stop harassing Turan, the country's only independent news agency, and should allow it to work without fear of reprisal, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today....

Will the Latest Acquisition by Target Make It Competitive With Amazon?

Target Corp. has agreed to an acquisition that appears to be strategically aimed at boosting Target’s chances of competing with Amazon. The Los Angeles Times reports that Target is acquiring the tech startup Grand Junction. The San Francisco-based transportation technology...

Now We’re Talking Real Money! Powerball Jackpot Surges to Eighth Largest in U.S. History

The jackpot for the next Powerball drawing is surging, after Wednesday’s drawing failed to produce a winner. CNBC reports that the jackpot has topped $510 million and stands as the fifth largest in the game’s history and the eighth largest...

Studio Announces Wide-Ranging Scripted Television Slate

Projects from Jack Paglen, Channing Tatum’s Free Association, Alex Garcia Lopez, Erin Foley-Chan, Daniel Powell, Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett are part of a wide-ranging slate of scripted television productions announced today by First Look Media’s Topic studio. The projects...

First Look Media’s Topic Studio Announces Wide-Ranging Scripted Television Slate

Press release from First Look Media, Aug. 17, 2017: Building off its impressive roster of feature films and documentaries, First Look Media’s Topic studio today announced an ambitious development slate for scripted television series. Upcoming projects include: a contemporary global...

Ogilvy Promotes 2 New Co-Chief Creative Officers in the U.S.

Ogilvy & Mather today announced the promotion of two veteran creatives to co-lead its U.S. network. Joe Sciarrotta and Alfonso Marian will share the U.S. chief creative officer title and form a new stateside management team alongside U.S. CEO Lou Aversano and chief strategy officer Steve Zaroff, who begins his new role next month after...

Google Maps Now Lets Users Post Questions and Answers on Business Pages

Google is rolling out a new social feature in Google Maps, allowing users to post and answer questions on business listings. With this release, users can find a section on every business listing, where they can post questions, answer questions posted by other users, and read and "upvote" questions and answers that have already been...

Mic Lays Off 25 People as It Refocuses on Being ‘the Leader in Visual Journalism’

As Business Insider reported, Mic joined a growing list of digital media companies today by laying off 25 employees to focus more on video content. The move mostly affected Mic's newsroom and editorial teams, though many departments were affected. "We made these tough decisions because we believe deeply in our mission to make Mic the...

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