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Axelrod Named as NBC Political Analyst

Former White House senior adviser David Axelrod has joined NBC News and MSNBC as a senior political analyst, the U.S. network announced Tuesday.


Journalists, Ambitious Agenda Highlight Hispanicize Showcase

Hispanicize 2013 unveiled the speakers lineup and topics for the 20 sessions of its inaugural Hispanic Journalist Showcase.


Time Warner to Sell Magazines

Time Warner is in talks to sell several magazines from its Time Inc. division to Meredith, a media company that specializes in home and women's publications, according to a person familiar with the discussions.


Students' Ad Creations for Nonprofits Are an Overnight Success

The numbers: 16 nonprofits, 130 students, 25 hours. The goal: Students from the University of Miami School of Communication creating new advertising campaigns overnight for South Florida nonprofits at the fourth annual PhilADthropy marathon last Friday and Saturday. The results: Thrilling.


Knight CEO Regrets Paying Plagiarist Jonah Lehrer

After a rush of complaints on media websites and Twitter, Alberto Ibarguen, chief executive of the Knight Foundation, said Wednesday he now regrets that the foundation paid a $20,000 speaker's fee to Jonah Lehrer, a New Yorker writer who resigned last summer after it was revealed that he had fabricated quotes and recycled his own material.


Comcast: Rate Hike Likely to Pay for Programming

Comcast Corp. CEO Brian Roberts says the company's gambit in the 1990 and early 2000s to assemble a national cable-TV distribution system is paying dividends for shareholders and that Comcast now has to learn how to make the telecommunications network and NBCUniversal work together.


Comcast to Acquire GE's Interest in NBCUniversal

Comcast Corp. announced today it will acquire GE's entire 49 percent common equity stake in the NBCUniversal joint venture for approximately $16.7 billion.


EveryBlock.com Shuts Down

Hyper local news and social media site EveryBlock.com has shut down, the company said Thursday.


McClatchy Reports Lower Q4 Profits and Revenue

The McClatchy Co. today reported lower profits and revenue for the fourth quarter, citing disappointing December holiday advertising.


Insightera CEO to Shed Light on Big Data Marketing at Online Marketing Summit

Insightera CEO and Co-founder Mickey Alon, will be showcasing Insightera's personalization platform at the Online Marketing Summit (OMS), February 11 - 13 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif.


Super Bowl Ads: Clydesdale Wins by a Nose

Anheuser-Busch climbed back into the saddle with the Super Bowl's top commercial -- a heart-tugging tale of the bond between a trainer and the Budweiser Clydesdale he raised.


Zeke Montes, Hispanic Print Pioneer, Dies at Age 64

Ezequiel "Zeke" Montes Jr., president of the National Association of Hispanic Publications (NAHP), and Tele Guia publisher and CEO, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 29, from complications due to pneumonia. He was surrounded by his family at the time of his death.


Time Inc Sacks 6 Percent of Workforce

Time Inc is sacking 6-percent of its workforce, or around 480 employees, the company said Wednesday in an employee memo.


Automakers Tease Super Bowl Ads Via Social Media

This year, automakers will return to the Super Bowl in full force, hoping to make big impressions with their cars.


LA Dodgers, Time Warner Cable Deal Could Top $8 Billion

Continuing a theme of boldly going where no previous ownership has gone before, the Dodgers are close to a deal where they would launch their own channel in a partnership with Time Warner Cable starting in 2014.


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