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Reporter Says She was Fired for Using Live Streaming App

Marisa Mendelson says she was fired from Tucson NBC affiliate KVOA for using the live streaming app Periscope. Mendelson, who started at KVOA in March 2014, told TVSpy she used the app to live stream herself answering “basic questions” and playing her guitar. Show More Summary

John Oliver On The End Of SCOTUScare

Reports of the Affordable Care Act's demise have been greatly exaggerated.

When You Know You’ve Given Up On Law School

A law student takes a one-liner from a cult TV show and turns it into an academic exploration of awesomeness.

Apple To Raise Cloud Music Library Limit From 25,000 to 100,000 Songs, Sayys

Apple execs were particularly active on social media over the weekend, ahead of Tuesday's launch of Apple Music, Beats 1 radio and iOS8.4. Ian Rogers shared more exact launch times and Eddy Cue announced a 4X increase in library song storage and streams. ________________________ Apple SVP Software and Services...

Report: None of Hillary’s Top Donors Are Unions

By Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon While Hillary Clinton has made a political career with the support of the financial sector, socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) has relied on labor.

NBC News, ABC News Vet Named to Presidential Arts Committee

Live Nation Entertainment’s VECTOR OMG partner Eric Ortner, who served as a co-chair on President Barack Obama’s 2013 inauguration, has been appointed to the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, the White House announced...Show More Summary

BET Awards 2015 - A Full List Of Winners

No one artist dominated the winners list at last night's BET Awards. “Black-ish” stars Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross served as hosts for the event's 15th annual edition. Ultimate Icon, Music Dance Visual Award: Janet Jackson Humanitarian Award: Tom Joyner Best New Artist: Sam Smith Best Female Hip-Hop Artist:...

Co-Founder of One of the Most Popular Rock Bands Ever, Yes, Dies at 69

The co-founder of “the celebrated British band Yes died on Saturday in Phoenix,” reports The New York Times. Chris Squire, 67, played bass guitar. He founded the band with vocalist Jon Anderson in 1968. Says the Times, “His death wa...

David Crosby Tells The Huffington Post That Joni Mitchell Had an Aneurysm in April and ‘To my knowledge, she is not speaking yet.’ A New Posting on Mitchell’s Website Says Crosby Only Has It Half Right

David Crosby, who at one time was in a long-term relationship with singer Joni Mitchell, said this about Mitchell on Friday, June 26, 2015 in an interview with the Huffington Post: “I have not spoken to her. To my knowledge,...

ASF-resistant pigs bred in UK

The University of Edinburgh’s Roslin Institute is breeding pigs with a warthog gene to resist African swine fever (ASF). The newborn piglets, which are designed to be resistant to the disease African swine fever, could be among the first commercially viable GM animals to have been created in Britain, reports the Guardian.

Google Undercuts Apple with Free Streaming Music Service

In an effort to upstage grand entry of Apple’s Beats Music into the realm of streaming music this coming week, Google has shrewdly launched a free version of its existing Google Play Music service, undercutting Apple in hopes of better cornering the mobile music market. While Google’s own streaming music service has already been available for [...]

REAP Staff the Hardest Working in the Country!

REAP is well known as the go-to program for entrepreneurs in need of services including lending, loan packaging, one-on-one counseling, business plan development, and specialized entrepreneurial training. Our staff has come a long way since we began in 1990. Show More Summary

LA Reporter Moving to Phoenix

Vanessa Ruiz is heading to KPNX in Phoenix to work as an evening anchor. “We believe Vanessa’s experience and energy will be a perfect fit for Arizona and look forward to her joining us soon,” said John Misner, gm of the Phoenix NBC affiliate. Ruiz comes from KNBC in Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Is a Career Coach Right for You?

Navigating the job market and working toward a successful career can be a daunting task for anyone to perform alone. Serious job seekers are wise to ponder the advantages of career coaching. Consider if a career coach is the ideal choice for you. Show More Summary

Charleston Law Begs Students To Stay With Dumbest Pitch Ever

4 minutes agoIndustries / Law : Above the Law

With the school is failing, the administration pulls out all the stops to keep students.

These are the things doctors need to think about before retiring

An excerpt from Clinical Trials: How Successful Doctors Navigate the Constantly Changing Medical System to achieve Financial Well Being. There is a common assumption that following a successful medical career, the logical next step is to sail off into the sunset and enjoying a life of luxury. This may be the case for some, but […]

U.S. potato acreage up 1.9 percent, NASS reports. Ag minute for July 01, 2015

Fall potato acres are up in the Northwest and nationwide, according to new numbers from the USDA and United Potato Growers of America. Click here for full story.

The Me, Me, Me of Social Media Might Make You End Up Alone, Alone, Alone

How Social Media Induced Narcissism Can Hurt Relationships The usual band of social networking sites, like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, connect people; that was their mission, is their practice, and continues to be a step towards global connectivity and universal information sharing. Show More Summary

The Value Of A Spin, Per Listener, To Songwriters On US Radio Was $0.0000955

Now that ASCAP and BMI have released their revenues for 2014, and we have some data on SESAC (thanks to Moody’s), we can estimate the value of a spin, per listener, to songwriters from performances on US Radio, in 2014; and it's not much... _________________________________________________ Guest Post by David Touve...

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