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Thanks to the Internet and social media, news spreads faster than ever before. Something that happened a day ago or even a few hours ago is already considered "old news" and no longer generates much interest as people have probably already moved on to something else. Timeliness...

source: Ragan's PR Daily

People constantly use the term "branding," and it is often misunderstood or confused with advertising. Here are five myths about branding that are not true.

source: Business 2 Community

Persistence, thy name is "Soul Doctor." Every time you think this good-natured but clunky biomusical about Shlomo Carlebach, the singing rabbi, is down for the count, it pops up again.

source: New York Post

For one generation it's "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," for another "Call Me Maybe." They're the songs that...

source: KARE-TV via USA Today

The Minnesota Orchestra ended its 16-month lockout, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra started and ended its second lockout in two years, and the Metropolitan Opera managed to avoid a lockout of its own after months of labor battles. But if the post-downturn classical music...

source: The New York Times

Malawi is a small, landlocked country in southeast Africa, one of the continent's least developed, the...

source: NPR


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