Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spread the Word – Pediatric Cancer Concerns

When a family learns of its child’s diagnosis with cancer, the family begins to contemplate treatment options and plan for patient care while balancing life’s regular demands. Facebook trends show that it has become increasingly popular for families to take … Continue reading

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“…There is no substitute for first-hand information…” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

We all know that broadcast media has been the main source of information dissemination for the last 90+ years. However, a fundamental shift in the way news and information are disseminated is rapidly occurring. The increased usage of the internet … Continue reading

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The Digital Whipping Post

Poor Scott Walker. The Wisconsin governor and probable 2016 Republican presidential candidate couldn’t have foreseen the firestorm that would erupt as a result of his inviting ex-New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani to speak at a Manhattan campaign event. What … Continue reading

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John Oliver’s Impact on Net Neutrality Ruling

Net neutrality is not the first cause that comedian John Oliver has championed, and it certainly won’t be the last. Throughout his seven-plus years on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and during the first two seasons of his HBO series Last … Continue reading

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Emerging Seniors, Emerging Media, Emerging Opportunities

According to the Pew Research Center’s 2010 Internet & American Life Project, there will be over 26 million seniors using the internet in the U.S. by 2015. By 2030, tech-savvy baby boomers will mature into this demographic, making nearly one … Continue reading

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