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  • Channel 12′s Brahm Resnik shares broadcast reporting advice
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    Channel 12′s Brahm Resnik shares broadcast reporting advice

    5 Questions with..., Best Practices, Featured, Networking

    Brahm Resnik was really leaning toward medical school as he was deciding where to attend college. Although he had majored in health sciences at CEGEP (part of the Quebec community college system), he chose not to pursue that field. “Even though I had an aptitude for the sciences, my love was journalism,” Resnik said. He […]

  • Racetrack accident highlights pros and cons for corporate sports sponsors
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    Racetrack accident highlights pros and cons for corporate sports sponsors

    Beats, Featured, Media | Advertising, Melissa Preddy, Retail | Lifestyle, Sports, Story ideas

    It’s been a rough stretch for corporate sponsors of sporting events, who’ve had to react to public relations fiascos ranging from Lance Armstrong’s drugging revelations to the racist remarks by the soon-t0-be former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling.  Now, a motorsports incident over the weekend has set the stage for another dilemma for corporate underwriters […]

  • August is the month for getting thrifty, counting resales
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    August is the month for getting thrifty, counting resales

    Beats, Featured, Melissa Preddy, Personal finance, Retail | Lifestyle, Small | Private | Non-profit, Story ideas

    Over the weekend a neighbor hefted a brightly-colored plastic outdoor play set and proudly noted that it had been a bargain purchase at a local thrift shop, just in time for another visit by the grandkids. Wow, I thought, what an illustration of the timid consumer spending that – despite an uptick in June, as […]

  • Behind the big breakup: newspapers, broadcast properties go separate ways
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    Behind the big breakup: newspapers, broadcast properties go separate ways

    Featured, Latest, Story ideas

    For the past quarter-century, big media companies have been on a tear to get even bigger. For publishers, that meant snapping up broadcast properties around the country. Many of the major names did it. And now, those marriages are breaking up. This week, Gannett Co., Inc. announced plans to divide itself into two entities, with […]

  • What’s Next in Covering the Affordable Care Act: Self-guided training
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    What’s Next in Covering the Affordable Care Act: Self-guided training

    Business Beats, Health care, Self-guided training, Training Archives

    “What’s Next in Covering the Affordable Care Act” was originally held on Aug. 6, 2014. After the launch of healthcare.gov, individuals will be anxious to see whether premiums go up when open enrollment, and for the first time, small businesses will be able to shop on an online federal exchange. Also, large businesses will be […]

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