Non-news is good news for optimistic magazine industry New title launches exceed closures and audiences are growing faster than some rivals'. "Print is dead" was a common refrain a couple of years ago. The costly print advertisements that kept magazines and newspapers alive were migrating to the Web, where ... 06/9/2012 - 5:55 pm | View Link
Services directive hit as France votes 'non' While this seems like a good way of freeing trade, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises, the prospect that service providers need only satisfy rules in their country of origin is too difficult for many countries to accept and has provoked ... 06/9/2005 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Good News, Inspirational Stories, Positive Views ... A spotlight on what's inspiring, what's positive and what's working, Huffington Post Good News covers the stories that most media chooses not to. 10/21/2014 - 4:35 am | View Website
The magazine industry: Non-news is good news | The Economist Apple iPad; But among magazines there is a new sense of optimism. In North America, where the recession bit deepest (see chart), more new magazines were ... 10/21/2014 - 1:51 am | View Website
Positive Impact Magazine Positive Impact Magazine - A magazine encouraging positive solutions for life worldwide 10/21/2014 - 1:00 am | View Website
Backstreets.com: Springsteen News VIDEO: BECAUSE YOU CAN'T JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER Not that the cover's shabby in the least, Mr. Meola. But Ryan White's new book, Springsteen: Album By Album is such ... 10/20/2014 - 11:27 pm | View Website
GOOD Magazine The GOOD Cities Project We create the cities we love, and the cities we love create us. The GOOD 100 Find out what kind of global citizen you are in this immersive ... 10/20/2014 - 12:15 pm | View Website
Streams and tweets will count as votes when VH1 pits 11 artists from "You Oughta Know," its franchise that promotes fresh voices, against each other to determine the fan favorite from this year's crop of newcomers.
To determine the winner, VH1 is using Spotify and Twitter as the voting platforms. Starting Tuesday and lasting until Nov.
A new program to develop and support innovative temporary public art projects was announced earlier this month by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
The group announced the “Public Art Challenge,” inviting mayors and chief executives in cities across the U. S. with 30,000 residents or more to submit proposals to fund projects that it said would: “engage communities, enhance creativity and enrich the vibrancy of cities,” as well as demonstrate close collaboration between artists, or arts organizations and city government.
Leila Janah knows the value of a dollar. More importantly, she knows the value of three. Janah, Founder and CEO of Samahope, illustrated what the cost of a cup of coffee means to the impoverished around the world at FORBES’ first-ever “Under 30 Summit.” For a teenage rape victim in Sierra