[Editor’s note: NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy has issued a statement on behalf of the league in response to a Congressional report suggesting that the league tried to exert undue influence over the process of selecting a researcher to lead a National Institutes of Health study regarding concussions. The full text of the response appears below.]…
Featuring interviews with Peter Segal, Fred Wolf, Brian Dennehy, Kenan Thompson, and many more.
John Stone wrote this post in February of 2012. We are running it today to give readers some background on the unethical journalism practices vis a vis science and particularly the topic of pediatric vaccination. By John Stone Martin Moore...
Brian Anderson recently appeared on The Leonard Lopate Show to talk about our series, BORDER LINES.
Joanarc, pr executive & Brian, news desk editor Planned Budget: ?1,200,00.00 PHP ($25,900 USD) Actual Budget: ?1,500,000 PHP ($32,500 USD) Number of Guests: 150 Where we allocated the most funds Flowers and food. Since we have 150 guests...Show More Summary
Senior TV editor Brian Steiberg riles The Ringer maestro.
Brian Kellow, the magazine’s veteran features editor and Diane Silberstein, recently appointed publisher, have been laid off by the Metropolitan Opera Guild, effective immediately. The reasons given are cost cutting. The dismissals came two days after the annual Opera News awards gala. Peter Gelb has long resented the magazine’s moderate critical voice.
Brian Kellow, “features editor since 2000, has been laid off as of April 12. So has Diane Silberstein, from the relatively new position of publisher. Both appear to have been cost-cutting moves. No further changes in staff, or the magazine itself, are anticipated at this time.”
Brian Bergstein should know better. As the executive editor of the MIT Technology Review with fifteen years of technology journalism under his belt, he really shouldn't be asking "What if Apple is Wrong?" -- at least not in the way he does. Show More Summary
by Ginger Conlon, Editor in Chief, DMNews (excerpt) Time for change During his presentation at the Summit, Brian Solis (left), a principal analyst at Altimeter Group, also asserted that “the future of brand is experience.” Like Rencher,...Show More Summary
Surfing World Editor and Photo Editor: Vaughan Blakey Designer: Corbin Nash Photographer: Brian Bielmann Tracks Editor: Luke Kennedy Art Director: Mat Macready Photo Editor: Ben Bugden Photographer: Brian Bielmann Surf photography has come a long way since you chased down your first big wave on a boogie board. Tell us about the changes and how it’s changed you. […]
Brian Williams, who spent 10 years as the anchor and managing editor of the NBC Nightly News weekday program, and MSNBC, a cable affiliate known for its liberal slant and perpetually low ratings, are combining their forces in an effort...Show More Summary
At a Marvel panel at C2E2 this past weekend, editor Tom Brevoort was asked about the possibility of female-led books, specifically Kate Bishop or Jessica Jones. His response was to say, "Once [Brian Michael Bendis has] got Civil War II off his back, it’s not impossible that we’d say lets do a Jessica book.... Show More Summary
Marvel editor Tom Brevoort all but confirmed that we'd be getting Jessica Jones, who's been spending most of her time kicking ass in her eponymous hit Netflix show, back in comics!
This week, Inc. editors and writers dedicate an entire episode to Bitcoin and the blockchain. Brian Forde, MIT Media Lab's director of digital currency, breaks down how the blockchain could transform the way the world does business.
Reader Brian Tai writes: I’ve been an enthusiast and part-time DIYer for years now. I love to learn about everything automotive. My question for you: why are cars with small engines always inline-fours? Why do manufacturers not put 2.0-liter...Show More Summary
Loud & Clear host Brian Becker is joined by Kevin Akin, the secretary of California's Peace & Freedom Party, and Richard Winger, the editor of Ballot Access News, to discuss the rigging of the political system in the United States following the Democratic caucus in Nevada and the upcoming Republican primary in South Carolina.
Last summer, Brian Wansink, a friend and Cornell colleague and the editor of the new Journal of the Association for Consumer Research, asked me to write a commentary on a paper to be published in its inaugural issue. The paper turned out to be by a group of authors, among them John Peters and Jim […]
Welcome to Primary Concerns, a New Republic podcast exploring the 2016 presidential primaries, hosted by senior editor Brian Beutler. Primary season can be a fascinating and confusing part of the election process. Each week, we’ll post...Show More Summary
I’ve been a fan of New Republic senior editor Brian Beutler dating back to his days as a Salon writer, but in a piece today called “Bernie Sanders Will Be Unelectable If He Keeps This Up” he misinterprets the essence of Sanders’s current criticism of Clinton as a fair-weather progressive in a way that I […]