Monthly Archives: November 2013

Katie Couric Chooses Yahoo! As Next Destination On Her Career Path

It seems Yahoo! is Katie Couric’s search engine of choice, as the long-time, daytime TV journalist is in the process of completing a contract to join the Yahoo! team. Couric’s held her current position as the star of the talk … Continue reading

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Three Cheers For NPR’s Listener Interactivity

As NPR’s first news program, All Things Considered is also of its most well-known and highest-rated programs. Another show that fits into the latter category? NPR’s Morning Edition. Both cover news stories, but both cover them fairly differently. While Morning … Continue reading

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Adweek Celebrates Its Big 3-5 Birthday With Family Photos

Adweek, a magazine that has been covering news about the media industry for the past 35 years, is celebrating its momentous anniversary with a new issue that FishbowlNY calls a “Collector’s Edition.” This new issue of the popular trade magazine features … Continue reading

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Full House Sequel? How Screen Rant’s April Fools’ Joke Got Picked Up As News

Many news sites take it upon themselves to post fake articles on April Fools’ Day and the stories are sometimes outrageous and other times completely plausible. This is the one day that it is acceptable for news sources to make … Continue reading

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Brides Mag Adds Drew Barrymore, Marks The Latest Magazine To Add Celeb Columnist

Brands have always used celebrities and icons in commercials to boost their awareness, but lately it has become common for magazines to hire celebrities as columnists for either their print publication or their online counterpart. Brides Magazine is the latest … Continue reading

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Twitter’s Breaking Down The DM Wall & Journalists Gain An Advantage

Millions and millions of people use Twitter every single day, including journalists. An important feature of this social media site, the Direct Message (DM), Cision explains, is getting an improvement. Before, only users that “follow” each other on the site … Continue reading

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