Editor of Digital Media, Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune VP for Digital Stuff.
chicagotribune.com — Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing lawmakers to pass a gambling bill that would allow the city to weigh its choice of a casino operator in secret and forbid state regulators from taking away its license.
chicagotribune.com — I was dynamically engaging one of my fellow content marketers in the company brainstorming arena the other day, when I came up with a win-win value proposition for in-house onboarding of new talent to help us velocitize our organic campaigns. It's really a multichannel game-changer!
techcrunch.com — Today, thanks to the maturation of the web, digital tech, and smartphones now in seemingly every pocket, startups are finding it easier than ever before to build scalable solutions to finally address the many inefficiencies in our food manufacturing, production and distribution systems. As interest in food tech balloons, one area in particular appears to already be at the tipping point: Online food delivery.
chicagotribune.com — Gov. Pat Quinn shakes hands with State Rep. Christian Mitchell on Saturday after signing legislation which toughens penalties for individuals who use social media to organize group violence in Illinois. (Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune / ) A bill signed into law Saturday allows judges to impose stiffer penalties on people who use social media or other methods of electronic communication to organize mob attacks.
timeline.chicagotribune.com — Chicago weekend events: Aretha Franklin, Singin in the Rain, Seussical, Jamie Kennedy, Louie Anderson, Dragon Thunder, Kindred Soul and Chicago Guitar Show.
blog.sfgate.com — So much for Tim Tebow at Pebble Beach. After lengthy talks with AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am officials, Tebow decided not to play in the upcoming tournament. He was interested, absolutely, but he also sustained a rib injury in Denver's divisional playoff loss to New England.
chicagotribune.com — Three teenagers face sex assault charges after they raped a 12-year-old girl at gunpoint and posted a video of the December attacks on Facebook, prosecutors said. Scandale Fritz, 16, Kenneth Brown, 15, and Justin Applewhite, 16, were all ordered held in lieu of $900,000 bail in a hearing today before Criminal Court Judge James Brown, said Cook County state's attorney spokeswoman Tandra Simonton.
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