The partners at Sterling Cooper Draper & Pryce would be happy to know that Mad Men’s audience likes advertising just as much as they do.
Paul Rule wonders if the previously rejected pay-to-read online newspaper model will work this time around. Or if it is another example of rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
Click back in time and see if anyone who wrote for Pop Sci in the 50’s had any clue as to how you are reading this right now.
In a slowing economy, automotive and spot inventories have alot in common.
Freedom of the press is an idea we can all get behind. That is, until the press gets behind the bushes to take pictures at kids’ soccer games. As Malibu officials draft an anti-paparazzi ordinance, a Malibu born-and-raised journalist says the paparazzi can, and often do, go too far.
A confession from an unreformed media junkie on content, Wii and Valley Girls.