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Semantic Web Elevator Pitch for... Government and Citizenry? - Posted February 18, 2011
Last year, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown gave a 90-second elevator pitch for the Semantic Web. Granted, it started about four minutes into a 32-minute long speech. This speech, given March 22, 2010, was long before our original challenge went out, but this discovery was simply too fun to... [AllTwitter]

Gordon Brown Lands Book Deal with Simon & Schuster - Posted July 26, 2010
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has landed a book deal with Simon & Schuster, and publication is set for November 2010. Simon & Schuster, Inc.'s Free Press imprint is publishing it in the US. Simon & Schuster UK will handle the United Kingdom publication. Sterling Lor... [GalleyCat]

Piers Morgan Circa 2008: 'There's a Gap' on American TV for 'Edgy,' 'One-on-One' Interviews - Posted July 14, 2010
"America's Got Talent" judge Piers Morgan has been pursuing his primetime talk show since at least 2008. While the news that Morgan is poised to take over CNN's 9 p.m. ... [TVNewser]

Report: Here is Why BP is Working With Brunswick Group - Posted June 29, 2010
BP has engaged with a number of agencies to provide communications counsel in the wake of the oil spill that continues to wreak havoc on the Gulf Coast. One of the firms, Brunswick Group, is known more for their connections in the UK then they are in the U.S. And while some... [PRNewser]

Gordon Brown: Labour would create more IT jobs and help Britain become a ... - ComputerWeekly.com - Posted April 14, 2010
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Southampton and Oxford to partner in new Institute for Web Science - University of Southampton - Posted March 22, 2010
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Gordon Brown spends 30m to plug Britain into semantic web - Silicon.com - Posted March 22, 2010
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Gordon Brown: superfast broadband vital to prevent 'digital divide' - The Guardian - Posted March 22, 2010
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Covering D-Day +65 - Posted June 6, 2009
Of the three cable news channels, Fox News covered most extensively this morning's remembrances of the 65th anniversary of D-Day, anchored by Chris Wallace. FNC aired, uninterrupted, the speeches from the heads of state of France, Canada, Great Britain and the U.S. FNC was also the only net... [TVNewser]

Which TVNewsers Are Invited To Washington's "Off-The-Record Dinners"? - Posted April 27, 2009
The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz reports that for the past year, there have been a series of "off-the-record dinners" for top newsmakers and journos, organiz... [TVNewser]

The Big Three and Big Ben - Posted March 31, 2009
Brian Williams, Charlie Gibson and Katie Couric are anchoring their nightly newscasts from Great Britain tonight where Pres. and Mrs. Obama arrived a few hours ago. Two of the broadcasts, ABC World News and CBS Evening News, led with stories... [TVNewser]

CNN Broadcasting From Davos, Too - Posted January 30, 2009
Besides the business networks (CNBC, FBN and Bloomberg), CNN will also be covering the World Economic Forum from Davos, Switzerland. ... [TVNewser]

Campbell Diaries Beat Gag Rush - Posted May 2, 2007
With so many politicians spilling their guts in book format, the British Government was starting to get antsy about any secrets revealed or how bad they look. So they decided to create legislation that would curtail the publication of memoirs, diaries and biographies that "may cause damage to the confidential relationships... [GalleyCat]

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