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Newly-surfaced details regarding Hulk Hogan’s privacy lawsuit against Gawker Media raise concerns about the press’ freedoms today and the relative economic fragility of digital media. (1 reader comment)
Caitlin Conant, a communications director for Marco Rubio's presidential campaign, has landed at CBS News in Washington, D.C., as communications director for the D.C. bureau and "Face the Nation."
Crisis Johnson & Johnson has a baby powder problem (Bloomberg)
Profile New York's entertainment PR king (Ozy)
Entertainment Publicists says Johnny Depp abuse allegations will stain reputation (News.au)
PR 101 How to pitch TV producers (G. Carter)
Brexit Inside Britain's indecisive EU Twitterendum (L. Galan)
Brexit The consequences of a Brexit (APCO)
Tools Using big data, cloud and IoT to tell the story (A. Cormier)
Content CNBC's 'Binge' series looks at content industry (LR)
Hot Topic Who's to blame for gorilla's death? (CNN)
New York courts that find that an eruv Jewish boundary is not unconstitutional ignore the Supreme Court decision in 2005 that “permanent” religious symbols on public property are barred. Seasonal displays are mostly allowed.
This is a day when we honor our military and our fallen heroes—brave men and women who fought and died so readers of this essay can enjoy the freedom we all too often take for granted. (1 reader comment)
Brand activity on Facebook increased by 36 percent last year, but Instagram saw the greatest uptick in new follower gains and user interaction, according to a new study.
Westhampton Beach officials were in communications lockdown today, refusing to provide terms of an agreement that would put permanent Jewish “eruv” markers on 46 utility poles. (1 reader comment)
A $25 million National Toxicology Program study has found that exposure to cellphone radiation caused cancer in rats. (3 reader comments)