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Stuart Elliott Takes Buyout as NYT Continues to Lose Top Media and Advertising Reporters Iconic ad columnist joins outgoing TV, press writers

The giant sucking sound you might be hearing from Manhattan this week is probably the vacuum of media and marketing insight being created by New York Times buyouts. Stuart Elliott, the…

December 3, 2014, 1:19 PM EST

U.S. Newspapers Make $40 Billion Less From Ads Today Than in 2000 'The economic devastation would be difficult to exaggerate'

Here's a sobering statistic: From 2000 to 2013, annual U.S. newspaper ad revenue dropped from $63.5 billion to $23 billion.  That 64 percent plummet, noted by The Atlantic, was just one…

October 24, 2014, 9:03 AM EDT

Ben Bradlee, America's Most Iconic Newspaper Editor, Dies at 93 Oversaw The Washington Post's Watergate coverage

He became the face, voice and spirit of tough-talking, detail-obsessed newspaper editors when his team's coverage took down a president, and Ben Bradlee's legacy is sure to live on among…

October 21, 2014, 9:43 PM EDT

Infographic: What Motivates and Agitates Mom Bloggers How (and how much) do they get paid?

For marketers, blogging moms have long been a mysterious and massively influential group that can seem difficult to decode. The reason is relatively simple: No two bloggers are alike. Each…

May 20, 2014, 11:05 PM EDT

Ad of the Day: Newspaper Brilliantly Reenacts Scenes From Art, Music and Film in One Take Grey London's 'Icons'

In marketing, sometimes the greatest obstacle to greatness can be attempting to re-create greatness. Advertising seems to know only how to cheapen art, making it incredibly rare to find an…

February 4, 2014, 11:31 AM EST

CNN Twitter Feed Hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army Brief takeover follows attack on Microsoft

It appears CNN's Twitter feed was briefly hacked this evening by the Syrian Electronic Army, a frequent hijacker of Western news feeds. A series of posts around 6 p.m. Eastern…

January 23, 2014, 6:30 PM EST

Ad of the Day: The Guardian The British newspaper wants to own the weekend. No, really, own it

The Guardian wants Britain to know it's taking over the weekend. No, literally taking it over, to the point where Brits will soon be forced to refer to their days off…

January 10, 2013, 1:17 PM EST

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