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Pay The Writer? Not With This Technology! - Posted January 6, 2010
The clip above of sci-fi writer ... [Fishbowl NY]

Pay The Writer? Not With This Technology! - Posted January 6, 2010
The clip above of sci-fi writer ... [FishbowlNY]

A Thin Line Between Marketing And Journalism - Posted October 26, 2009
The Innovation International Media Consulting group, like other media consultancies, used to have a place in the media field. It was not unusual for papers or magazines to bring in outside agents to help identify issues and drive content, with an emphasis on marketing strategies and advertising. And it's also... [Fishbowl NY]

A Thin Line Between Marketing And Journalism - Posted October 26, 2009
The Innovation International Media Consulting group, like other media consultancies, used to have a place in the media field. It was not unusual for papers or magazines to bring in outside agents to help identify issues and drive content, with an emphasis on marketing strategies and advertising. And it's also... [FishbowlNY]

Columbia Panel Examines Business Press Post-Crisis: "They Followed Conventional Wisdom" - Posted June 17, 2009
Last night's panel (from left to right): Ackman, Starkman, Madrick and Morgenson Last night, we headed up town to Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism for a panel discussing the future of business journalism. The panel, which was called "Now What? Business Journalism After the Meltdown," featured New York Time... [Fishbowl NY]

Columbia Panel Examines Business Press Post-Crisis: "They Followed Conventional Wisdom" - Posted June 17, 2009
Last night's panel (from left to right): Ackman, Starkman, Madrick and Morgenson Last night, we headed up town to Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism for a panel discussing the future of business journalism. The panel, which was called "Now What? Business Journalism After the Meltdown," featured New York Time... [FishbowlNY]

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