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Trump On Tapes: ‘I Did Not Make, and Do Not Have, Any Such Recordings’

On June 9, Trump told the press, "you’re going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer. Don’t worry."

KWTV-Oklahoma City’s Justin Dougherty is Heading to WHDH-Boston

His final day as morning anchor/reporter in OKC is Wednesday, July 5.

TV Anchor Turned Uber Driver Talks To TVSpy

She says she's "probably the first Uber driver Emmy nominee."

Vox’s healthcare newsletter (with ads sold out) is filling a role beyond “articles on the Internet”

It’s Healthcare Day on Capitol Hill: Senate Republicans are finally revealing their secret Obamacare-replacing bill today. But in the inboxes of many Vox readers, every day has been Healthcare Day for a few months now. VoxCare is only Vox’s second email newsletter and its first focused on a specific topic (Vox Sentences is an evening...

The latest class of Knight Prototype projects will tackle trust, media literacy, and yes, fake news

The Knight Foundation is throwing some real money at the fake news problem and its related issues. The Knight Prototype Fund, which shells out up to $50,000 to developers of early-stage media projects, announced a round of 20 new initiatives, all of which are addressing in some way ongoing concerns about trust in news (including the fake...

Gillette’s Deeply Touching Film About a Son Helping His Elderly Father Shave Takes Home Cannes Gold

When seeking creative awards show honors, there's nothing quite like mining the bond between parents and their children. A new ad by Gillette and Grey New York, which debuted before this year's Cannes Lions festival, has proven that maxim with the touching tale of Kristian Rex, a New Jersey man tasked with caring for his...

Journalist Erik Hayden and Folk Singer Sara Noelle Hatch a Print Magazine Devoted to Song Lyrics

One of the many cool elements of Lyrics as Poetry, a new bi-annual hardbound print magazine freshly delivered this week from the Los Angeles printers and set to make a sonorous summer impact, is the blank, lined "Notes" grid that takes up the final inside page. Because the content gathered for Vol. 1 is indeed...

TBWA Wins Surprise Bronze Design Lion at Cannes for Refreshing Its Own Identity

Yesterday, global agency network TBWA won a Design Bronze Lion at Cannes for its work on behalf of a very usual client: itself. The agency network launched a refresh for its own "neglected" brand, across all of its 308 offices in 98 countries. Based around its most identifiable graphic element, the backslash, and a positioning...

How NPR Continues to Develop Its Podcasting Ad Game With Data and Branded Content

There may not be a traditional media brand that has its podcasting vehicle firing on all cylinders like 46-year-old NPR, which sponsored the Rain Podcast Business Summit in New York on Wednesday. NPR is monetizing the space with ad sales and strategic branded content partnerships. But what's more interesting is that the organization wants to...

Reuters Report: Paid Subscriptions a Bright Spot In a Landscape Where Digital Ad Revenue Disappoints

The consistent refrain for publishers in the digital age is that everyone is still trying to figure out what can work, from platforms to advertising to workable, sustainable models. But as the path to enlightenment remains covered in fog, possibly smog, the effects of the digital era's inscrutable disruption are being felt. The clearest recent...

Mark Zuckerberg Wants Facebook to ‘Bring the World Closer Together’

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg used the social network's first-ever Facebook Communities Summit in Chicago to reveal the social network's new mission--"bring the world closer together"--as well as new tools for group administrators to help them do just that. Vice president of engineering Kang-Xing Jin described the new tools for admins to manage and...

I Tried Vice’s New Food Service, and the Meals Were Tougher to Make Than Anticipated

Because a cable channel, digital platforms, two HBO shows and an ever-expanding news site wasn't enough, Vice is now getting into the meal-kit business. In partnership with prepared meal kit service Chef'd, and Vice food vertical Munchies, Vice's resident chef Matty Matheson has come up with five meals, whose ingredients-and strict instructions--will all be shipped...

Personal Projects: Christina + David Elevenfootsix

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this new revised thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project […]

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