NYC Journalism Mourns One of its Own
Journalism as a trade is undergoing a strange shift, both in ideals and applications. As this is happening, there’s an Old Guard who carried the torch for traditional journalism their entire lives who are dying off, leaving a legacy and an example for others to follow. One of these is Jimmy Breslin, who passed away recently at the age of 88.
Creating a Successful Influencer Marketing Campaign
Even if you don’t know the correct name for it, almost everyone is aware of influencer marketing. Kim K has become the reigning royalty, along with her sisters. Fashion, makeup, and lifestyle tend to be the key areas focused on by the Kardashian and Jenner clans, but every niche and industry has people who are known for their expertise – behind and in front of a camera.
Survivor Continues to Live Up to Its Name
While it wasn’t the first reality show to land on television, it has been one of the most popular, and it certainly has staying power. Survivor, the CBS juggernaut in which a group of contentious castaways is stuck in the “wilderness” together to “tough it out” through various challenges.
How a Nonprofit Connection Can Benefit Your Bottom Line
Affirmation by association is a business tool that too few companies take full advantage of. Being known as a company that supports a cause or group that people appreciate is often worth much more than the actual financial investment.
Smokestacks are nothing new. They’ve been part of the American industrial landscape for more than a century. So, why are so many Montana landowners and ranchers up in arms over the 585-foot tall smoker in their backyards? In a recent story by the Associated Press, several people were quoted about their fears related to a state park preserve that is so contaminated no one can go there.