NY students suspended indefinitely for displaying Confederate flag  

Fox News By : Staff Reporting

Two Long Island high school students have been suspended indefinitely for allegedly bringing a Confederate flag to a sporting event.

Brother Gary Cregan, the principal at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington, told WCBS-TV the boys walked into the after-hours sporting event with the flag draped around their shoulders. - Full Article


Whats in the $50 million campaign to fight NRA  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg plans to spend $50 million this year to build a grass-roots network to reduce gun violence. The new initiative, first reported by The New York Times, will focus on expanding background checks for gun purchasers at the state and national levels. - Full Article


Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels concert  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Miley Cyrus canceled Tuesday's Bangerz concert tour stop at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo., because she's "been hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics," according to a press release from the venue.

According to AP, a statement from publicist Meghan Prophet says Cyrus, 21, is on "medical rest" at her doctors' advice. - Full Article


US Airways tweets graphic photo of nude woman to customers  

US Daily News By : Staff Reporting

"Inappropriate" doesn’t begin to cover it. A shockingly graphic tweet by U.S. Airways featuring a woman and an airplane has led to an investigation and red-faced apology by the airline.

A photo of a naked woman lying exposed on a bed with a toy plane between her legs was publicly shared by the airline  - Full Article


Forget the Selfie: Samsung Is Out-Innovating Apple in Marketing  

Ad Age By : Staff Reporting

It was the tweet heard around the world, but was it worth $1 billion? That was the value Publicis Groupe CEO Maurice Levy put on the star-studded Oscar smartphone "selfie" during an interview in Cannes earlier this week. - Full Article


Scott Brown NH Sighting, Bio-Wiki-Video  

eNewsReference.com By : Staff Reporting

While sitting in a theater getting ready to watch the movie 42, depicting the legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson’s rookie season in Major League baseball, former US Senator Scott Brown walked in and took a seat in the back row.

Moments later, his wife Gail Huff walks in with items from the concession stand. Their vacation home is in Rye, NH. So the question of Brown’s chances comes to mind. - Full Article

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Must-Haves for digital marketing  

exchange 4 media By : Sonam Gulati

Whether it is trying a digital-first campaign, populating social media with a TVC, or establishing a personalised connect with audiences, digital marketing has become an indispensable part of the overall marketing mix.

While there are certain challenges like ROI, getting the right content or finding the perfect strategy to use the digital medium, there are some key digital marketing tools and services that are helping marketers. - Full Article


Obama summit with Al Sharpton still on  

The Hill By : Staff Reporting

The White House said Wednesday President Obama was not reconsidering his trip Friday to a summit hosted by Rev. Al Sharpton amid revelations the civil rights leader assisted an investigation by the FBI and NYPD into the mob.

"No," White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters aboard Air Force One. - Full Article


Obamacare: How do we like it now?  

USA Today By : Staff Reporting

Jamel Brown and Matt Wright, healthy and in their 30s, declare they'd rather pay a penalty than premiums for health insurance.

Catherine Huston tells them they're nuts.

"What if you get cancer?" the 57-year-old woman demands. "Maybe it's because I'm older, but I just can't believe people think they aren't going to need it." - Full Article


How a Music Company Made Some of the Years Best Sports Ads  

AdWeek By : Staff Reporting

People listen to music before playing sports to find rhythm, focus, inspiration. But elite athletes do so for more complicated reasons—not just to connect to positive influences, but to escape negative ones.

"As much as it's about their favorite songs, it's also about the noise they block out—from rival fans, other players, from the media," said Beats by Dre evp-marketing Omar Johnson. - Full Article


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