Golden State blows by the 1948-49 Washington Capitols and 1994-95 Houston Rockets.
Good morning. The video that made the media’s day Blanket coverage of a cop pumping bullets into a teenager had less to do with his belated, curiously timed indictment than the video's judicially forced release. No surprise, national...Show More Summary
It seems the writing's on the wall for the banner ad. In 2015, "banner blindness" is real and irrevocable: More than 80 percent of digital ads go ignored, while 63 percent of millennials use ad-blocking software to eliminate them entirely. Show More Summary
Happy pre-Thanksgiving! To celebrate the short week, we bring you an extra-long Lower case filled with favorites from our archives. Lewiston (Me.) Daily Sun, 4/2/79 San Francisco Chronicle, 12/15/82 The Buffalo News, 4/6/83 Morning News and Evening Journal (Wilmington, Del.), 9/29/83 Hamilton, Ont., Spectator, 6/8/85
An early morning sale provides both fun and a good window on the Holiday Season.
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Michael Kranish will be an investigative political reporter at The Washington Post. Previously, he was deputy Washington bureau chief for The Boston Globe. (The Washington Post) John Geddes is now U.S. Show More Summary
“It is now very clear to me, that the world of L&D [Learning and Development] is splitting in two. “There are those who think that the old ways of training are still valid and sufficient for today’s workforce, and there are those who realise that the world has moved on and a new approach to […]
I couldn’t agree more with my friend Charlie Cooke that the ineffable John Kerry’s remarks comparing January’s Charlie Hebdo massacre to the November 13 Paris terror attacks were despicable. What I don’t get is why anyone is surprised by Kerry’s sentiments. Show More Summary
The actor “who played twin brothers Adam and Stuart Chandler on the popular ABC soap opera ‘All My Children,’ has died at 77,” CNN reports. The story says that the actor, David Canary, “died of natural causes.” “Canary made his...
A special shout out to our former Crain Commjunications colleague Brian Steinberg for his clever wordplay in the first sentence of this story he wrote for Variety: “A furor appears to have stopped the Führer. Amazon Studios will pull ad signage...
Black Friday is almost here, and as the holiday shopping season heats up, so does the advertising around it. Twitter, which now boasts more than 100,000 advertisers, will feature more prominently than ever in the marketing conversation. Show More Summary
Fans of ESPN's SportsCenter will find Terry Crews and Isaiah Mustafa behind the show's anchor desk tonight, but they're not there to talk through highlight reels. Old Spice's resident pitchmen will battle for control of the show's desk in one final fight as their months-long rivalry campaign from Wieden + Kennedy. Show More Summary
'Tis the season for digital numbers that give folks an idea of what's about to happen during the holidays. Check out six we found particularly interesting: 1. According to Salesforce Social Studio, Black Friday social conversations—via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, blogs, etc.—are up 20 percent over last year. Show More Summary
Fox News Channel beat MSNBC and CNN combined in the prime time demo, with The O’Reilly Factor leading the averaging 507,000 A25-54 viewers.
The former NYT managing editor will be U.S. politics editor.
The latest media hirings and firings.
It is Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s opposition to the NSA that is causing him problems in the Republican presidential race.
Moments after the last shots were fired in Paris, the first waves of fear reached our shores and began clouding our collective judgment. I don't judge this overreaction; it often serves a necessary purpose in waking people up to theShow More Summary
TVEyes hit with an injunction, former Prenda attorney facing disciplinary board, MPAA seek injunction against MovieTube and more copyright news!