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Soaring gas prices that keep returning like a canker sore are likely to change many consumers buying habits for the long-term, according to experts. This means, branding may be more important than ever across a variety of categories.
Public radio is drawing its largest audience ever, some 28 million listeners nationwide each week. But if it’s a golden era, you wouldn’t know it from the frenetic activity to remake the genre.
Over time, the TV industry will find that its traditional data currency of audience viewership -- meaning eyeballs -- is no longer the singularly important criterion for ad placement.
An influx of money from wealthy philanthropic patrons has boosted the number of documentaries being produced to the extent that there are now more in the pipeline than ever before for release in cinemas and on pay-television channels.
Is there no limit to the expanion of Rupert Murdoch's empire?
Dubai is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world—in cubic yards of concrete, if not in actual population.
The internet is to human interaction as Pringles are to potatoes. Companionship and closeness are processed into an unrecognizable slurry, then reconstituted as an unnatural recreation of their original incarnation.
I wish to advocate for the lost art of analyzing and acting on macrotrends—the big, old-fashioned kind. Remember them?