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    Each of Trump's henchmen has an ideal Bond villain counterpart.
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    The auto industry was hit hard by high gasoline prices and foreign competition in the '70s. And this is now TV's energy crisis moment.
  • The Social (Advertising) Dilemma(s)
    Will advertisers continue to support a medium that has been proven detrimental to the mental health of their target audience?
  • Friendship, Uncoupled
    With social media, friendship is now many steps removed from its physical, intimate and organic roots. It is stripped of the context in which it evolved.
  • Did Gig Workers Lose Out On California Prop 22?
    Prop 22 was supposed to be a law that would give gig employees more rights. But the actual benefits it provided were terrible -- and confusing.
  • What 2020 Election Polls Might Indicate About Consumer Research
    What if consumer research suffers from the same issues that caused the polls to be so wrong, again?
  • What A CTV Future Will Look Like
    Quite likely, CTV platforms will dominate not just the world of ad inserted into streamed content on TVs, but ads inserted into all TV content.
  • Media Changes Its Role In Politics -- Immediately
    The hard work begins now as the media plays its part in trying to help heal a divided country.
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    In my ongoing discussion about how to support true and reliable journalism, there is one option I haven't talked about: public broadcasting.
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