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Media Outlets Partner with Snapchat To Find Younger Consumers

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Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

wnyc.org — This year, the many of the policy initiatives in President Obama's State of the Union address have been anything but closely guarded secrets. The president has previewed several proposals in the days leading up to the speech. And media consumers now have more options than ever for taking in the speech.

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

Obama Tries To Spread State Of The Union Messages Outside Speech

npr.org — This year, the many of the policy initiatives in President Obama's State of the Union address have been anything but closely guarded secrets. The president has previewed several proposals in the days leading up to the speech. And media consumers now have more options than ever for taking in the speech.

Nancy Grace Says 'Gone Girl' Satire Was Flattering, Made Her Laugh Out Loud

wlrn.org — Among those hoping for an Academy Award nomination on Thursday are the producers of the Fox Studios thriller Gone Girl. The film centers on marital strife, a mysterious disappearance and the murder investigation that ensues. Gone Girl contains, however, a knowing critique of how the media operates during moments of scandal.
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Jan 30, 2015

"It was a police state. It was absurd how heavy handed the capitol police and Democratic staff were" - @jwpetersNYT politico.com/blogs/media/20…

Jan 30, 2015

@amychozick maybe correspondent is relaying own morning -- descriptive not prescriptive

Jan 30, 2015

RT @joepompeo: Per memo, @WSJD drove ~5,600 new @WSJ subs, "generated more ad revenue” than AllThingsD: capitalnewyork.com/article/media/…

Jan 30, 2015

@MichaelLeePope @NYDailyNews the *claim* is no one else assigned full time for news outlet. open to learning otherwise!

Jan 30, 2015

I'll chat @hereandnow at 12.48p about NYT's decision to reassign lone reporter on race & identity - tune in or stream wbur.org

Jan 30, 2015

@NoahShachtman @thedailybeast And then you move on. Happens. but have to keep faith with the readers of platform(s) on which you publish.

Jan 30, 2015

@NoahShachtman @thedailybeast I think you have to say so to readers, to characterize number & nature of the sources more specifically, etc.

Jan 30, 2015

Netflix for news! RT @MoRocca Already exhausted by 2016 campaign news. Can I just wait till election, then binge watch the whole campaign?

Jan 30, 2015

A for directness. F for not explaining how. RT @thedailybeast We got it wrong. Mitt Romney not running for President thebea.st/1DnrdyJ



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