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"We all need opportunities to play around with gender and let some of that steam off around the expectations that we have with it.”
The book, published by the London-based Innovation Media Consulting Group for the World Association of Newspapers and News
Monotasking aka the opposite of multitasking is more than just a productivity hack. Writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten breaks down how to monotask in your daily life.
At the core of every great company or publication is a strong brand voice. And behind every strong brand voice is, of course, data and strategy. A well-crafted brand voice should answer: Who are we marketing to, and in what voice should we speak to best reach and influence them?
Greg Moore leaves The Denver Post today after 14 years as editor. Under his leadership, the newspaper won numerous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Aurora theater shooting.
If I were in charge of a newspaper like The Denver Post, as part of my survival strategy, I'd do everything I could to try to explain to readers how much thought and effort goes into producing the news.
As a young mother with two small children, she shared her advice for other career women with children: Being a mother, experiencing
How do women measure success? Is it by mothering and having a career? How do they carry out both forms of work to their satisfaction? What helps? What hurts?
How do women measure success? Is it by mothering and having a career? How do they carry out both forms of work to their satisfaction? What helps? What hurts?
Mohamed Omar is what some would call a workaholic. But, he doesn't seem to mind the title. The 24 year-old from Cairo, Eqypt has already made a name for himself.
As a freelancer, you have to be your own advocate. That means knowing when to demand compensation, when to work for free to further your cause, and when to stand by your original words. Keep your heart and action toward why you started writing in the first place and you'll be able to find a balance.
"Filmmaking is not for the faint-hearted," asserts South African-born film editor Margaret Sixel. The mother of two boys, Buda (19), and Tige (15), is one of a growing number of women editing the male domain of action films.
This book is very different. First of all, it's set in sun-splashed Miami, where Mr. Welsh currently has one of his residences. It's also written from the perspective of two women. And two women who couldn't be much different from each other. I must confess, I loved this book. I devoured it in a weekend
New York City, you are now filing with 50 Cent. And you gotta love it. "Do you know how much influence the Daily News has
I am frequently under the weather, but I seldom know whether I will weather the storm that forecasters have forecast, which is why I can't predict what kind of weather I will be under.
One of the guys on my paper distribution route was a soft-spoken gray-haired guy with big black-framed eyeglasses. Politeness was a rare thing at a place like The Post, and this man always thanked me when I slapped the latest edition down on his desk.
Editor-in-chief of men's-magazine mainstay Esquire, Granger is making a concerted effort, amid industry doldrums, to prove
Is my one-time favorite magazine going the way of the dodo bird? What's to become of TIME after it was cut loose from a corporate tether tied to a sought-after prize?
Lindsey joined AOL BUILD to share her personal journey and rise to stardom. Full of promise, talent, and a unique vision
It's the greatest time in history to be a writer. There are more ways to get published than ever before. While it's great to have so many options, it's also confusing. But when you break these many different ways down, they sort themselves out into just three primary paths.