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  • Ello! Another social media platform to distract us from the horrors of real life

    Ello! Another social media platform to distract us from the horrors of real life
    Like most Americans, I like staring at small electronic screens more than I like looking at big, stupid real things like sidewalks or pedestrians or sunsets or doors.  That’s why I was thrilled this week to hear about a new social media site,...
  • Orlando Sentinel launches redesigned website

    Orlando Sentinel launches redesigned website
    A new Orlando Sentinel website launches Friday that features more videos and high-resolution photos and what newsroom leaders are touting as a seamless experience whether reading on a desktop computer, tablet or mobile phone. It's a change in the way...
  • Rob Schneider is paying the price for exercising his free-speech rights

    Rob Schneider is paying the price for exercising his free-speech rights
    Actor Rob Schneider is understandably miffed about State Farm dropping him from its advertisements because of his controversial opinions on childhood vaccinations. I mean, if Kevin Nealon and Dana Carvey can revive Hans and Franz on State Farm's dime, why...
  • People magazine retracts 'stupid & insensitive' Viola Davis tweet

    The editors at People magazine might be vetting their Twitter feed a little more carefully after a Viola Davis tweet Thursday night touched off an uproar. The magazine apologized after sending out a live tweet during the premiere telecast of ABC's...
  • Background of Ferguson's PR representative includes shooting and reckless homicide

    ST. LOUIS Devin Sean James, the 32-year-old overseeing public relations for Ferguson, Mo., after the Michael Brown shooting, once shot and killed an unarmed man. James began working for the city about two weeks after Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson...
  • That conference you went to for work: A timeline of thoughts

    That conference you went to for work: A timeline of thoughts
    So your boss says you can have two days off of work to attend some conference in town. Word. So what exactly are you expected to do? Are you being graded on this? And how's the free stuff situation? The annual conference for Online News Association is...
  • State Farm dumps pitchman Rob Schneider over anti-vaccine views

    State Farm dumps pitchman Rob Schneider over anti-vaccine views
    Rob Schneider has learned the hard way that there's no way to inoculate yourself against an Internet backlash.  State Farm Insurance has dropped an ad campaign featuring the "Deuce Bigalow" star in a reprisal of his "Richmeister" character -- a.k.a. the...
  • Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out

    Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - In the hype-fueled technology industry, "revolutionary" is a word in danger of losing its meaning. But Apple Inc's new mobile payments system - unveiled just ten days ago - is already winning over the heavyweights of the financial...
  • Interview: Jordan Knight pictures life as a teenage boy band in 2012

    Interview: Jordan Knight pictures life as a teenage boy band in 2012
    Imagine if the five members of New Kids on the Block — who sold more than 80 million records in the 1980s and ‘90s thanks to their hits “Hangin’ Tough” and “Step By Step” — were coming up in today’s...
  • How 'Scandal' Paved the Way for ABC's Twitter-Based '#TGIT' Marketing Strategy

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - ABC hopes to power Shonda Rhimes' takeover of Thursday night this season with an army of Twitter followers. The network aims to build on "Scandal's" template by promoting the night with the hashtag "#TGIT," to focus fans on...
  • Murray disappointed over Scottish independence Twitter row

    LONDON (Reuters) - Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, who was abused on social media for tweeting his support for Scottish independence last week, was disappointed over the matter but did not "regret giving an opinion" he told the BBC on Tuesday. The...