After a decent first season, the reality show that aims to depict the cutthroat ad agency business has gone downhill. And yet, who can turn away from a train wreck?
Juggernauts like ESPN and HBO considering a-la-carte options for their content means the cord-cutting revolution will be televised….on your iPad.
When terrestrial radio loses a ‘long time listener’ like John Reinan, they’ve lost the war. Why has this lifelong broadcast radio fanatic gone to the dark side of satellite radio?
Adam Wahlberg was not a big risk taker. That is until he chucked his corporate job and bet big on an idea that just wouldn’t go away. Now he’s hustling to build indie publisher Think Piece Publishing.
Bob would love to join the jury convicting the news media for its negligence during the first few hours following the school massacre in Newtown, Conn. There were some serious screwups. The problem is he’s guilty, too.
The Internet is shaping the way we think. We’ve stepped away from a society of deep thought and moved to one of surface-level understanding.
How one guy’s credibility, reputation and career might be at stake in the 2012 election.
Nor are libraries. And you might be surprised by some of the data from this survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project regarding reading and library-usage habits.
As we say R.I.P., Jamie rounds up the most recent controversial Newsweek covers from the soon-to-be out of print magazine.
The newspaper looks to boost revenue by providing one-stop-shop digital services to small businesses. Ponies discuss whether this is a smart move for Minnesota’s biggest media organization.