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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Millennials in the Media: Week of February 22, 2016

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By Lauren Coates As many of you know from reading my previous blogs, Millennials are the largest generation in the U.S., which has led many industry giants to rebrand their offerings to cater to the Millennial market. In her latest … Continue reading

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Millennials in the Media: Week of February 15, 2016

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By Lauren Coates Since starting this blog series, I have read many articles detailing the many differences between Millennials and previous generations. Many of these stories focus on Millennials’ aversion to settling down. As a Millennial with little experience investing, … Continue reading

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Millennials in the Media: Week of February 1, 2016

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By Lauren Coates Rather than focusing on news articles, this week’s blog examines a recently published book about how Millennials are re-shaping American culture. The Next America: Boomers, Millennials, and the Looming Generational Showdown by Paul Taylor relies on the … Continue reading

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Flashback Friday: Our President on Fox News

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By Francy Wade Ahead of the Iowa Caucuses, our President Chris Anderson, put that primary in perspective on Fox News. In his interview, with Gretchen Carlson, Chris told the audience how the Iowa Caucuses are like a “pre-season baseball game”. … Continue reading

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Give Me Your Digits: 3 Reasons Journalists Love Data and You Should Too

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By Francy Wade I am not a data scientist, but I love to preach the power of numbers. My earliest professional days were spent in newsrooms, where accuracy, impartiality and a good story are in high demand. One thing that … Continue reading

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