When encouraged to push their boundaries with specific, difficult goals, loggers cut more trees. Computer operators performed better. Engineers and scientists who set harder goals outperformed their counterparts.
Lifehacker, one of Gawker Media's newest and most popular sites, is giving readers a look into the blog's editorial brainstorming sessions and debates on a new sub-blog called Shop Talk.
With the NFL season just a week away, I’m already starting to notice my Sunday night browser history is a mashup of marketing/media articles and reports from the New York Giants practice facility. It’s a reminder that at 26, I’ve come to follow the marketing and media industry—which I cover as the editor of The Content Strategist—in the same way I’ve followed the sport I’ve loved since I was three years old.
When Sheila Coronel, dean of academic affairs at Columbia University’s School of Journalism said, “Our competition is the audience. Everyone now is a journalist,” it’s about the last thing anyone wanted to hear.
The WMC's latest report, "The Status of Women in the U.S. Media 2014,” is 80 pages of mind-blowing statistics about the underrepresentation of women in the media today, from gender in sports journalism to film production and radio.