While other states have returned to pre-recession arts funding, Georgia has been left in the dust. Currently, we are ranked 48th in the United States, with a per capita expenditure of $0.10, which in comparison to the rest of the states is abysmal, as seen in Louis Corrigan’s article about the state of arts funding, published earlier today.
The era of "Quantified Self" (a term coined in 2007 by US WIRED founding executive editor Kevin Kelly) is relatively new. The first Fitbit digital step counters launched in late 2009, and we've since seen an explosion of various wearables, apps and digital health devices all riding the exponential wave of smaller and cheaper mobile-connected and app-ified […]
Television is changing way … too … slowly … for at least one noted tech writer. In a column today on Recode, Walt Mossberg, executive editor of The Verge and editor at large for Recode, expresses frustration at the pace...
DTN/The Progressive Farmer was saddened to report that Executive Editor Marcia Zarley Taylor passed away Feb. 19 after a brief illness. Most of us in the business have known and worked with Marcia over the years. She was a former president...Show More Summary
Karen Berger, the legendary former executive editor of DC's Vertigo imprint, will oversee her own imprint at Dark Horse Comics.
Editor’s note: This piece was co-written by Maria Rohani and Sameen Ahmadnia. On February 15, 2017, we launched #BanThis, a photo campaign curated by the children of immigrants in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order banning refugees and nationals of seven ‘Muslim majority’ countries from entering the U.S.. The order, or “Muslim Ban” – […]
Did Uber and Airbnb grow ethically? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.. Answer by Brad Stone, Senior Executive Editor at Bloomberg...Show More Summary
In subscribers mailboxes, comic books shops and via digital now, on news stands next Tuesday!!: Cover (Mark Fredrickson) Letters and Tomatoes (Ed.) Remembering Don “Duck” Edwing (John Ficarra, MAD Executive Editor) Remembering Paul Peter...Show More Summary
Should The Times have equated the executive branch with the whole government? And how should it defend itself against assaults from the White House?
Isn’t he supposed to follow the laws of California ? “…I can tell you half of my family would be eligible for deportation under [President Donald Trump’s] executive order, because if they got a false Social Security card, if they got...Show More Summary
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) is set to address Ohio newspaper editors and publishers at a time of high tension between government and the press. The Republican governor is the … Click to Continue »
From Michael J. Gilsdorf Dear Editor, This is in reference to your article, “Raymond to Perdue: Top food safety candidate is in your backyard” published Jan. 27. I am the executive vice president of the National Association of Federal...Show More Summary
Business Insider Executive Editor Brett LoGiurato sat down with Perot Group Chairman Ross Perot, Jr. at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. He asked the Dallas-based billionaire what he thinks of Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson's chances of mending the strained relationship between the United States and Russia. Show More Summary
CNN editor and producer Mohammed Tawfeeq was detained at the Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Sunday after President Donald Trump’s executive order barring people entering the United States if they come from certain countries. Tawfeeq was born in Iraq but is a...
Ever since Donald Trump issued a hastily dashed off executive order barring immigration and travel from a specific list of Muslim-majority countries, his administration has, with mixed success, striven to spin the order as something other than a ban on Muslims. Show More Summary
Tofugu (where Carla is executive editor) interviewed Bao Nakashima, the 10 year old author of the hit Japanese book, Seeing, Knowing, Thinking. Q. You said, "No need to read the air." What do you mean by that? It literally means "Having a life that follows your honest feelings." Air is data, so I think we can leave it to artificial intelligence. Q. Show More Summary
NewsBusters executive editor Tim Graham appeared on the C-SPAN interview program Washington Journal on Sunday morning to discuss the "war" between the media and the Trump administration. Trump's waging a war? Graham said "Well, yes,Show More Summary
While women are half the global population, they make up only 17% of directors, writers, producers, executive producers, editors, and cinematographers working on the highest grossing films of 2016, and only 7% of all directors on the 250 highest-grossing domestic releases last year.
To the editor: What a sorry sight to behold: The chief executive of this country begins his term in office acting with such contempt for many of the people and the institutions he must serve. He insults the office and the nation with the belligerent hubris and lies that he and his advisors continue...
Showtime Networks has hired veteran writer and editor Jon Weisman for the newly created role of VP Corporate Public Relations. In his new post, Weisman will be responsible for the strategic development and execution of media relations and internal and external communications for the company, working closely with senior management. Show More Summary