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As Sunshine & Sachs Grows, Holiday Party Remains on the Down Low - Posted December 7, 2010
"More top-secret than WikiLeaks, More intrusive than a TSA pat down." The annual Sunshine & Sachs party is tonight, and as is tradition, it's not a cattle call. The notably secretive and unmarketed firm run by Shawn Sachs and poli-celeb publicist legend Ken Sunshine traditionally let... [FishbowlDC]

Rupert Murdoch Hates Your Shorts - Posted July 14, 2010
Neel Shah left the New York Post last month, concluding "a year-long fascination with the management style of his boss' boss' boss, Rupert Murdoch," writes his friend (and cofounder of CollegeHumor.com) ... [MediaJobsDaily]

IWNY 2010: The Ten Myths of Creating Web Content - Posted June 8, 2010
•Sister blog PRNewser has a report from today's Mashable Summit. CollegeHumor.com co-founder Ricky Van Veen gives his 10 myths of web content, 10 pieces of advice for anyone looking to get into the web content game. ... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

The Ten Myths of Creating Web Content - Posted June 8, 2010
The PR industry has been in the business of "content creation" for quite some time, and the demands for content creation will likely continue unabated. Brands want custom, compelling content, and they want it to spread to their targeted audience. Can you deliver? College Humor founder ... [FishbowlDC]

Online Magazine Panel Sets New Standards For Conference Entertainment - Posted March 13, 2007
Let's be serious for a minute. Nah, on second thought, let's not. It's much more fun when panels at stuff like this aren't so damn serious. Example: "The Future of the Online Magazine" at SXSW. Even though only one of the panelists was from College Humor, that phrase easily describes... [UnBeige]

Online Magazine Panel Sets New Standards For Conference Entertainment - Posted March 13, 2007
Let's be serious for a minute. Nah, on second thought, let's not. It's much more fun when panels at stuff like this aren't so damn serious. Example: "The Future of the Online Magazine" at SXSW. Even though only one of the panelists was from College Humor, that phrase easily describes... [AgencySpy]

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