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Andrew Miller
Account Director

No Apology Necessary For Meteorologists
January 30, 2015


Andrew thinks weathermen shouldn’t be held responsible for what nature does or doesn’t deliver.

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On Global Content And Magnum P.I.
November 14, 2014


Andy’s bizarre experience with episodes of “Magnum P.I.” in England got him thinking about competition.

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Discover Some Of The Little-Known Freebies At The Library
November 6, 2014


Mike knows the library is more than just a giant coffee shop with books.

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Full Disclosure: Expecting More From Publishers
September 15, 2014


Andrew sees opportunities for betterment in the native advertising system — from the publisher’s side.

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Moms In Big Media Moments
May 9, 2014


Dave looks at how two potentially amazing mother-son stories elicited entirely different reactions.

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Will SkyMall Magazine Be The Next Casualty in Print Media?
April 29, 2014


Say the word “SkyMall” to your friends, and you’ll likely hear giggles. Someone will probably recall one of the ridiculous […]

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Who Gives A Crap About A.P. Style Anyway?
March 28, 2014


There was a big blow up 8 days ago when the Assoc. Press decided it’s okay to use ‘over’ when really you should be saying more than. What’s the Big Deal? It’s not like an A.P. style rule is one of the 10 Commandments or anything.

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FiveThirtyEight And The Death Of Mediocrity
March 18, 2014


Competition for consumers’ limited attention is fierce, so if you’re creating content you better be really, really good. If not? Well, you’re already dead.

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The Wall Street Journal Goes Big On Video
February 10, 2014


The nation’s leading business publication is betting big on video coverage. Our John Reinan discovered that first-hand at the International Builders’ Show.

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Nick D’Aloisio’s Yahoo News Digest App Cracks The New Media Code
January 15, 2014


An app from the teenager from Down Under will bring back that old feeling of grabbing the daily newspaper from your front step each morning.

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