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BlogHer Names 'The Budget Fashionista' its New Editor-at-Large - Posted January 19, 2012
Kathryn Finney has been appointed editor-at-large for BlogHer.com. Finney founded The Budget Fashionista blog,which receives more than... [Fishbowl NY]

BlogHer Names 'The Budget Fashionista' its New Editor-at-Large - Posted January 19, 2012
Kathryn Finney has been appointed editor-at-large for BlogHer.com. Finney founded The Budget Fashionista blog,which receives more than... [FishbowlNY]

BlogHer, DeVries Public Relations: Beauty Is in the Eye of the Blog Holder - Posted January 11, 2011
Women's-targeted online news and blogging network BlogHer and consumer agency DeVries Public Relations conducted a study of women's shopping behaviors and the influence of various media upon them, focused on the beauty and lifestyle sector. Among findings of the ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

PepsiCo Sponsored Blog Pulled from ScienceBlogs After User Revolt - Posted July 8, 2010
After just two days, a PepsiCo sponsored blog has been removed from ScienceBlogs, the largest online community dedicated to science, after negative user reaction. ... [PRNewser]

Mommy Bloggers "Particularly Hot Segment" For Sponsored Tweets - Posted January 14, 2010
IZEA Founder and CEO Ted Murphy spoke to ABC News yesterday about the company's most popular product, Sponsored Tweets. The name just about says it all. Advertiser's pay Twitter users to tweet ad messages out to their followers. PRNewser has been covering the... [PRNewser]

Couric Picks 7 Most Powerful People in Media - Posted November 12, 2009
•Forbes Magazine asked CBS "Evening News" anchor Katie Couric to put together a list of the seven most powerful figures in media, though her list focuses on new media chiefs. Find out who she picked after the jump. ... [TVNewser]

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