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5 Tips for Getting Media to 'Swipe Right' on Your Press Release
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5 Tips for Getting Media to 'Swipe Right' on Your Press Release

In dating and media relations alike, small gestures can go a long way.
Craig Corbett
A Friend and Admirer Remembers Blake Krikorian
Ready To Launch

A Friend and Admirer Remembers Blake Krikorian

Co-founder of startup Sling Media with his brother, where they developed TV tech innovation Slingbox, among others.
Ran Poliakine
Facebook Signs Deals With Media Firms and Celebrities for Live Video
Facebook

Facebook Signs Deals With Media Firms and Celebrities for Live Video

The social network is working with CNN, the New York Times, Vox Media, Tastemade, Mashable and the Huffington Post.
Besieged Gawker Media Files for Bankruptcy Protection
Bankruptcy

Besieged Gawker Media Files for Bankruptcy Protection

The company has been embroiled in an expensive legal battle with wrestler and entertainer Hulk Hogan, who is backed by wealthy investor Peter Thiel.
Arianna Huffington to Launch Thrive Global, a New Health and Wellness Advisory Startup
Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington to Launch Thrive Global, a New Health and Wellness Advisory Startup

The start-up is slated to launch in a few months. She will remain at her current role at The Huffington Post, while Thrive Global will have a separate team.
Michelle Castillo
Facebook Must Own Up to Being an Increasingly Powerful Media Outlet
Facebook

Facebook Must Own Up to Being an Increasingly Powerful Media Outlet

What kind of commitment, if any, does Facebook have to journalistic principles?
'USA Today' Publisher Gannett Makes Unsolicited Bid for Tribune
Acquisitions

'USA Today' Publisher Gannett Makes Unsolicited Bid for Tribune

Gannet offered to buy Tribune Publishing for $815 million earlier this month.
Playboy's Last Nude Model Will Be Pamela Anderson
Playboy

Playboy's Last Nude Model Will Be Pamela Anderson

After more than 60 years of publishing nude photos of women, the magazine is changing tactics.
Inside This Cycling Startup's High-Tech Livestreaming Studio
Technology

Inside This Cycling Startup's High-Tech Livestreaming Studio

Go behind-the-scenes at Peloton, the fitness brand that's also a technology company.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
If You Build It, They Will Not Come
Marketing Bootcamp

If You Build It, They Will Not Come

Great ideas without equally great promotion are as good as nonexistent.
Edward Hertzman
How an Accidental Email Sent to 33,000 People Created a 'Reply All' Nightmare
Email

How an Accidental Email Sent to 33,000 People Created a 'Reply All' Nightmare

Hundreds of emails were sent, many begging others to stop replying all.
Kate Taylor
Long Considered an Eyesore, Vertical Video Is Now Being Embraced by Mobile Marketers
Online Video

Long Considered an Eyesore, Vertical Video Is Now Being Embraced by Mobile Marketers

Snapchat, which helped popularize the format, says that vertical video ads are nine times more likely to be viewed to completion than their horizontal counterparts.
Geoff Weiss
2 Immigrant Entrepreneurs Who Prove the American Dream Endures
Immigrants

2 Immigrant Entrepreneurs Who Prove the American Dream Endures

Americans might wonder if the U.S. is still the land of opportunity but the people who overcome great odds to come here have no doubts.
Daphne Mallory
What Twitter's Potential Flipboard Acquisition Means for the Publishing Industry
Media Companies

What Twitter's Potential Flipboard Acquisition Means for the Publishing Industry

Rumored acquisitions by online's biggest platforms merely amplify the same headline churn. Is there anything new on the horizon?
Joe Hyrkin