That ‘Blue Wave’ and what comes after

Here’s what 2019’s freshman congressional class might look like

Thinking outside the (cable) box

Thinking outside the (cable) box

Joy Burks | 05/08/2018

Why you should look to local news to fill your...

Why you should look to local news to fill your TV audience gaps.

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The Great Translator

The Great Translator

Subject Matter | 03/30/2018

Virginia Gamboa proves multicultural communication is good business.

Virginia Gamboa proves multicultural communication is good business.

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For the Love of Art and Advertising

For the Love of Art and Advertising

Subject Matter | 02/12/2018

Paul Wind is always on the move.

Paul Wind is always on the move.

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You could call me an intern. Let me show you why I’m not

Taylor Kickbush | 09/02/2016

Trading coffee cups for sticky notes.

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Not just another internship

Elaina Finkelstein | 08/29/2016

Summer, sun and social media.

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Why we hired a data scientist

Paul Frick | 08/25/2016

Making decisions in today’s digitally driven marketplace takes science of a different kind.

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The obit I’d like to write

John Siniff | 08/10/2016

Bidding a fond farewell to a newsroom nuisance.

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Turning conventional wisdom on its side

Subject Matter | 08/04/2016

Stacey Alexander discusses Subject Matter's fresh perspective on government affairs.

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5 things you need to know about Facebook

Subject Matter | 07/25/2016

Find your winning formula.

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Securing coverage from coast to coast

Subject Matter | 07/05/2016

Media Specialist Kaela Asharin knows how to stand out.

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Why this matters: Twitter gives more room to photos and video

Jeremy S. Thompson | 06/28/2016

Say goodbye to shortened tweets.

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‘The promise of new stories’

Subject Matter | 06/21/2016

Digital Media Specialist Kimberly Longville taps into what makes social powerful.

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Think digital has squeezed out TV and radio? Think again

Joy Burks | 06/13/2016

Traditional outlets still reign supreme.

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