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Are you part of the 33% who find direct mail the most effective way to remember a product? How about the 79% of consumers who will act on direct mail immediately? Or maybe you're part of the 74% of consumers who can't wait to find out what's in their letter box? If so, then no doubt you're already well aware that direct mail is far from dead.
Gannett said it made an offer to buy Tribune Publishing on April 12 for $815 million, including the assumption of $390 million of debt.
Investing heavily in technology helps, as does developing a global proprietary technology platform. It enables us to provide
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You must feel sorry for the Egyptian reporter on International Women's Day whose questions to Leonardo DiCaprio about his first Oscar earned her international infamy for a shoddy job of journalism.
It's an intriguing question that continues to baffle those whose countries don't have ministries controlling how information and media work, and a fair number of Lebanese who find such institutions and their heads relics from a bygone age.
In his remarks, the syndicate vice president, speaking on behalf of his tardy boss, couldn't distinguish between "electronic
After checking the driveway, the snow, and the front and rear doors in search of our newspaper, I once again called The New York Times, this time asking to talk to a supervisor.
If there is one country where migration is a meaningful crisis story it is Lebanon, which, according to Forbes-Statista/UNHCR, has the most refugees per 1,000 inhabitants -- 257 in mid-2014.
The Daily News has no plans to reduce the frequency of its print edition, according to a top executive at the tabloid. "The
Paper makes reading physically pleasurable. Reading an e-book, on the other hand, feels like using an ATM. And after staring at a computer screen at work all day, how relaxing is it to curl up at home and stare at another screen?
Reporters and editors excluded from membership are furious about results of the Lebanese Journalists Union (LJU) election so they're suing the syndicate and its president on charges of corruption, irregularities and violations of its bylaws.
My takeaway from said panel: don't bother with Twitter if you can get a job at The Paris Review.
Can print magazines survive, thrive and surprise, what with all the existing online, digital and mobile fare? Absolutely, say media industry experts, adding that those who have declared magazines' demise are off-track.
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There's something interesting happening and it's almost like we're going back in time. According to many sources, I've read that Kindle and iPad sales are down.
"Consistent with its historical focus on text-based journalism, the Board will continue to place emphasis on the enduring
Poor ole' plaid gets a bad wrap, i.e. slutty schoolgirls, your grandmother's ridiculously overdone curtains, and who could forget, the Burberry-wearing prepsters. But, it's making a serious come back -- more urban cool and less Hot Topic-y.