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The Insiders: More IRS smidgens show up. ‘Perfect.’

Anyone paying attention to the Internal Revenue Service scandal has been waiting for the next smidgen to drop. Well, two more hit pretty hard this week. At the president’s next encounter with the media, I will scream collusion if no one asks him for his exact definition of a “smidgen,” and if he thinks he […]

Spirit Airlines Is Suddenly Really Into Weird Crop Circles and Nasty Tweets From Haters

A bizarre crop circle appeared north of the Kansas City International Airport this week, causing a stir in social media. No, there were no aliens or incredibly talented goats involved in this one. The image of a man covering himself was done by ad agency Barkley as part of its work for Spirit Airlines' "Bare Fares" campaign. Show More Summary

Stop Blaming the Intern for Social Media Gaffes

It happened again. While everyone was out enjoying their Fourth of July holiday, an intern for American Apparel used a photo of the Challenger space shuttle explosion on its Tumblr page, "mistaking the image for a fireworks display."...Show More Summary

Stop Blaming the Intern for Social Media Gaffes

It happened again. While everyone was out enjoying their Fourth of July holiday, an intern for American Apparel used a photo of the Challenger space shuttle explosion on its Tumblr page, "mistaking the image for a fireworks display."...Show More Summary

How Does Israel End Up the Bad Guy?

The Arabs, the international media, and Western governments speak as one to blame the victim.

Understanding ‘militant’ as a cover-up for civilian deaths, and other ways international law helps clarify the Israeli attack on Gaza

News about Gaza can be confusing because it is hard to ascertain clear facts about a faraway place where reporters often are limited from entering or moving freely. It is further complicated by the failure of media and various governments...Show More Summary

Do Your Headlines Deliver? Nonprofit Wordsmithing Makes a Difference

Guest blogger Tom Furtwangler manages digital communications and social media for a large international development nonprofit based on the west coast. There’s a headline arms race on the web these days. Upworthy’s “curiosity gap” approach to click-enticing headlines is now widely imitated and even parodied. You know what I mean: those “You won’t believe…” headlines […]

Wherein a NOM intern takes 'have a field day' a little too literally

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Good As You

In this latest attempt at something the kids on social media might find cool, pro-discrimination special interest group National Organization For Marriage casts a family of four into a game of tug-of-war against a team consisting of the word marriage...

Anonymous Content Exec Michael Sugar Talks New Media, International Storytelling (Q&A)

"It is so much in the DNA of international culture to consume movies and I don't think that is going away," said the managing partner while at Karlovy Vary. read more

Israeli High Tech Gets Aggressive

Israel has always taken a disproportionate share of global media attention. This has long held true in international politics, where Israel would prefer a little less attention, but also in high tech where the media attention on start-up success has often been overstated and anecdotal. Read More

Video: Israeli border police brutally beat Palestinian man

International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC) posted this horrific video of Israeli border police brutally beating a Palestinian man in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat yesterday.

Week's Winners and Losers: Twitter Shops, KLM Flops

KLM Twitter account/AP There were plenty of winners and losers this week, including a social media leader taking a big step toward monetizing e-commerce and an international airline using that same website in a way that pushes the boundaries of good taste. Show More Summary

Mrs. Breezy? Karrueche Finally Addresses Engagement Rumors & Chris Showing Her Love On Social Media

Karrueche Tran Talks Chris Brown Engagement Rumors via International Business Times Chris Brown’s girlfriend Karrueche Tran has hit out against pregnancy and engagement rumours. The confusion surrounding their on-off romance has finally been cleared up by the model, who said

Marc Wilmots Making The Right Decisions Tactically For Belgium

last weekSports / Football : EPL Talk

Belgium have been international media and fan darlings long before this World Cup began. With a young core of exciting players fans were looking forward to seeing this side make its mark on the international stage. Belgium is a country … Continue reading ? Marc Wilmots Making The Right Decisions Tactically For Belgium is a post from World Soccer Talk.

In-house Apple ads aren’t performing as well

Internal documents have revealed Apple is unhappy with Media Arts Lab, the ad agency owned by TBWA. That discontentment has reportedly put Apple in the position of moving away from Media Arts Lab so it can do more work in-house. But so far, that in-house work isn't as good. The post In-house Apple ads aren’t performing as well appeared first on AppleTell.

Editors Discuss How Interns Can Make a Lasting Impression

As we all know, every career — media based or otherwise — begins at the bottom of the rung. But while you toil away at data entry work, research or transcribing interviews, it’s important to remember that your time spent as an intern...Show More Summary

Australian Rugby Player Starts #Bubbling Trend, and It’s Probably Not What You Think It Is

While NRL’s Todd Carney may not be an international household name when it comes to sports, a leaked picture of him “bubbling” just put his name on the social media map. What’s bubbling anyway? I suppose the most common image that will come to mind is a kettle with water that’s ready for some good […]

Media Manipulation: How UCLA Cleared Itself of Using Race in Admissions

In the penultimate essay of this series, I discussed at length an internal report at UCLA that examined the university’s admissions decisions. The report, written by UCLA sociology professor Robert Mare, found evidence that UCLA hadShow More Summary

An Open Letter To The Woman Who Says Social Media Bikini Photos Are Ruining Her Marriage

last weekOdd : Thought Catalog

And you were very pointed in saying you weren't judging women who post these shots. Rather, it was more like you were asking them a personal favor. For you. For your marriage. But the thing is… well, you can't really ask the internet for a personal favor.

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