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New ‘Game of Thrones’ Episode Leaks — Did HBO Just Hack Itself?

HBO continues to struggle to keep its megahit “Game of Thrones” under control, but this time the problem appears to be HBO’s own doing. The U.K. publication The Mirror reports that the upcoming sixth episode of season seven was leaked...

Silent Track Becomes an iTunes Hit, for a Reason

An unusual track has made the top 50 on the iTunes charts. The track, titled “A a a a a Very Good Song,” costs the usual 99 cents but provides a little less than 10 minutes of dead air. The...

Putting the Fun Back in Fundraisers

16 hours agoMedia / Publishing : ShelfTalker

One store's approach to donation requests from schools and community groups increases both goodwill and the bottom line.

3 Count: Sports Streaming

Showtime sues to prevent illegal streaming of the upcoming fight, stream blocking has an impact on Premiere League matches in the UK and more! The post 3 Count: Sports Streaming appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Hope Hicks Named Interim White House Communications Director

The 28-year-old Hicks is Pres. Trump's longest-serving political aide.

Sunday Show Ratings: August 13

George Stephanopoulos delivered his largest Sunday audience in 5 months. Chuck Todd, host of the No. 1 Sunday show, delivered his largest audience in 4 months the morning after the neo-Nazi protests in Charlottesville.

Lori Stokes Leaving WABC

She's co-anchored mornings for 17 years.

World’s Richest Person Escapes Scrutiny From His Own Paper—and Its Rivals

A review of 190 articles about Amazon.com from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Bezos-owned Washington Post over the past year paints a picture of almost uniformly positive–ofttimes boosterish–coverage.

Inside, the collection of industry newsletters, continues to bet on email, the “largest social network”

Email, not Facebook, is the largest social network. That’s the view held by the team behind Inside, a company focused entirely on growing and monetizing its motley collection of newsletters. Closing in on a year, the company founded by serial entrepreneur and investor Jason Calcanis — known for Weblogs Inc. and his early investments in...

Australian Advertising Agency Still Celebrating That Global Content Marketing Award

At the recent Global Content Marketing Awards, the winner in the category of Native Advertising/Sponsored Content was Tourism New Zealand, for a piece in Robb Report about U.S. restaurateurs visiting Kiwi country. The campaign was spearheaded by the organization's Premium sector, launched in 2013 with the goal of targeting the world's wealthiest ten percent. We...

With Facebook Watch, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram hopes to attract more viewers to local videos

Last week, Facebook launched Watch, its YouTube-like video destination, with a cadre of big-name partners, including Mashable, Quartz, and Business Insider. These publishers see Watch as a viable new distribution channel for their video series and a new revenue stream: Facebook is both offering creators big bucks upfront to produce new series and also promising...

Elle.com Promotes 3

Elle.com promoted three yesterday, upping columnist R. Eric Thomas to a full-time role as senior writer. Thomas, a playwright, began a hybrid humor/politics column, Eric Reads the News, for Elle.com in July of last year. Here is Thomas' own account of how that came to be, from an interview in The Washington Post: When I...

ABC Is the Latest Network to Sign Up for Nielsen’s Out-of-Home Ratings

ABC has become the latest TV network to opt in to Nielsen's National Out-of-Home Reporting Service. The move provides the broadcast network with out-of-home viewing data for places like bars, gyms, hotels, airports, offices or basically anywhere people can watch TV outside their homes. Opting in to the service means ABC has access to ratings...

HP Takes Its Newest Printer Back in Time to Blow Some Minds in 1983

Is color printing even legal? Does it cost as much as a horse? And could the office's fancy new all-in-one print-scan-copy-fax machine have an actual security guard living inside it? If it does, Gary Fabert wants to grab a brewski with that guy and "thank him for his service." Fabert, host of the intentionally low-fi...

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