PR Newswire Blogs We Love: Arrested Motion
This week’s Blogs We Love features Arrested Motion, a site that showcases evolving visual art and culture, including contemporary, street/urban, and pop surrealist art.
We’re big fans of their Studio Visits, which allow folks the opportunity to check out artistic spaces and studios.
Learn more about Arrested Motion on this week’s Blogs We Love.
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Business Journalism Online: A Wake-up Call to Traditional Media
“Some of the best business journalism is being committed on the Web, and much of it is being done on sites not connected to newspapers,” writes John Talton, a 30-year veteran financial journalist and an economics columnist for the Seattle Times.
Which websites are doing it best and why they should be a wake-up call to traditional business media?
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Infiniti to Reveal Formula One Inspired Concept at January’s Detroit Auto Show
via PR Newswire/Infiniti
The 2014 North American International Auto Show will see the unveiling of Infiniti’s Formula One inspired concept car, ‘Q50 Eau Rouge.’
Based on the Q50 premium sports sedan, it’s named after the world-famous corner at the Formula One track in Spa-Francorchamps.
For Infiniti, the concept blends road car technology and a thoroughbred motorsport vision. Said Alfonso Albaisa, Infiniti’s Executive Design Director:
"Performance is a key pillar of Infiniti’s DNA and this car expresses a deepened design interpretation of that. The Q50, with an abundance of technologies, provides a great basis for an extreme performance version, embodied in the design of Q50 Eau Rouge."
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No Twerking at FTC’s ‘Blurred Lines’ Native Ad Event, But Loads of Insight
Anne Marie Squeo comments on Forbes.com about some of the concerns discussed at Wednesday’s Federal Trade Commission workshop on native advertising:
"What’s raising concerns today as FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez pointed out in opening comments is that this marketing material is being ‘seamlessly and inconspicuously integrated into digital content.’ For the agency, she said, the issue lies in ‘the intersection of format and consumer takeaway.’"
(United States Federal Trade Commission Seal via Wikimedia Commons)
Grammar Hammer: Affect vs. Effect, the Holiday Edition
Breaking News: Fast vs. Right and How the Media Continues to Adapt
Speed versus accuracy is an issue that affects all news organizations – from local media to the likes of the AP, The New York Times and CNN. And it’s not a new concern. Prior to social media, organizations had to adjust to the challenges of online news in the 90s and 24-hour cable news before that.
But with the ability to immediately post something on social media, how are journalists adapting to an even faster news cycle?
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Season Six of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum Premieres January 2
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What does a negative strip of black-and-white film, a figure at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, and a large missile on the grounds of the San Diego Air & Space Museum have in common? They all represent a piece of U.S. history with an intriguing back-story.
Veteran Travel Channel host Don Wildman uncovers the suspenseful stories behind the museum glass when season six of Mysteries at the Museum premieres Thursday, January 2 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT.
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Blogging Basics from Big Time Bloggers
How often should you blog? How do you build a big audience? How do you keep your credibility when working with brands?
At a recent New York Women in Communications’ conference, four bloggers came together to answer these and other questions on blogging.
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Do Newswire Services Work?
In the wake of the recent conversation about newswires’ value, Sarah Skerik shows why professional journalists and bloggers continue to use news feeds and how PR Newswire’s reach goes beyond the media. She writes:
"Press releases - and newswire services - still work. That said, they both work better when the organizations issuing press releases make a point of developing the sort of interesting, visual and interactive content audiences appreciate today."
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