Tag: national

Posted by T.J. Winick

Bruce Jenner, Mad Men & the Shared Experience of Television

April 30, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on Bruce Jenner, Mad Men & the Shared Experience of Television

Dismissed by many as a cheap ratings stunt playing to the lowest common reality-show denominator, “Bruce Jenner: The Interview” on ABC’s 20/20 drew over 17 million viewers, registering the largest

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Posted by Jessica Fortier

How to Save the Suburbs

April 24, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on How to Save the Suburbs

Americans are no longer flocking to the suburbs. Previous generations aimed for the suburban dream of a cookie-cutter four bedroom home and a minivan. The Millennial generation wants to keep

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Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

The 2016 Election Cycle Heats Up

April 17, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on The 2016 Election Cycle Heats Up

With the 2016 Presidential Election more than 500 days away, things are starting to heat up. Yes, really. With four announced candidates, the horse race coverage has begun and everything

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Posted by Sean Hathaway

Time for Cable to Change the Channel

April 9, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on Time for Cable to Change the Channel

The launch of HBO NOW means two things. First, and most obvious, HBO programming is now available to a wider audience and can subscribed to without a cable package. Second,

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Posted by Solomon McCown Healthcare Team

You Can Save 50 People by Signing Your Name

March 30, 2015 In Nonprofit Comments Off on You Can Save 50 People by Signing Your Name

Today nearly 124,000 men, women and children are awaiting organ transplants in the United States; and thousands more are in need of tissue and cornea transplants to restore their mobility

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Posted by Jackson Murphy

The Challenges of Communicating Health Data Security

March 17, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on The Challenges of Communicating Health Data Security

Last month’s massive security breach of leading health insurer Anthem Inc. gave reason for many to worry as hackers accessed up to 80 million electronic health records from patients. This

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Posted by Ashley McCown

A Public Crisis: Messaging the Measles

January 31, 2015 In Crisis Communications, Executive, Healthcare Comments Off on A Public Crisis: Messaging the Measles

As of this writing, at least 95 cases of measles have been linked to the outbreak traced to Disney theme parks, according to the California Department of Public Health. Those

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Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

2015 Hot Trends in Real Estate: The 18 Hour City

January 30, 2015 In Real Estate Comments Off on 2015 Hot Trends in Real Estate: The 18 Hour City

Real estate is an ever-changing, competitive space that’s often dictated by the needs and wants of consumers. One of the new trends shaping the industry is the demand for the

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Posted by Sean Hathaway

Sell the Olympics to Me: A Skeptic’s Take

January 21, 2015 In SM& Team Comments Off on Sell the Olympics to Me: A Skeptic’s Take

I have to admit: my reaction to the announcement that Boston would be backed by the US Olympic Committee was less than enthusiastic. I enjoy the pageantry and the spectacle

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