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Rupert Murdoch Is The Media’s Unlikely Hero In The War Against … – BuzzFeed News

Thursday, October 05, 2017

“Our goal is to support quality journalism on Facebook. We’ve met directly with partners across the news landscape so we can best understand their ambitions for online subscriptions, and their collaboration is baked directly into the product we plan to test,” Campbell Brown, Facebook’s global head of news partnerships, said in a statement. “We want to improve news publishers’ outcomes on Facebook full-stop.” Now that anti–Facebook and Google talk is…

Real newspapers, real news – My Eastern Shore

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Real Newspapers, Real News” is the theme of this year’s National Newspaper Week, running Oct. 1-7. Indeed, there’s always been lots of “real” at newspapers. Real stories, real journalism, real work, real deadlines, real honesty, real facts, real changes and, now, real threats. This is the 77th annual National Newspaper Week, a time to reflect on the job of newspapers to keep all things “real” such…

Vermont newspaper apologizes for Las Vegas shooting cartoon … – Washington Post

Thursday, October 05, 2017

This apology appeared at the top of the Bennington Banner website on Oct. 2. (image) The Bennington Banner, a small Vermont newspaper, apologized Tuesday for publishing an editorial cartoon that depicted a pile of outstretched bodies and the caption “Whatever Happens in Vegas … ” The cartoon’s caption was a play on the tourism slogan, “Whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” The news outlet’s president, Fredric Rutberg, said in a…

ABC axes Lateline as part of current affairs journalism overhaul … – The Guardian

Thursday, October 05, 2017

The ABC has announced an overhaul of its current affairs journalism including the axing of its flagship show Lateline and the creation of investigative and specialist reporting teams. The new teams of reporters and producers will work across television, radio and online to boost the broadcaster’s daily news and current affairs output. Hosted by Emma Alberici, Lateline first aired in 1990, with Kerry O’Brien in the chair until 1995, and…

Rupert Murdoch Is The Media’s Unlikely Hero In The War Against Facebook And Google – BuzzFeed News

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

“Our goal is to support quality journalism on Facebook. We’ve met directly with partners across the news landscape so we can best understand their ambitions for online subscriptions, and their collaboration is baked directly into the product we plan to test,” Campbell Brown, Facebook’s global head of news partnerships, said in a statement. “We want to improve news publishers’ outcomes on Facebook full-stop.” Now that anti–Facebook and Google talk is…

Rupert Murdoch Is The Media’s Unlikely Hero In The War Against Facebook And Google – BuzzFeed News

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Facebook did not return a request for comment. Now that anti–Facebook and Google talk is in vogue, News Corp is happy to take a victory lap. “The digital duopoly clearly benefited from commodifying content and rewarding sites, fake or flawed, that gamed search engines and peddled witless clickbait at the expense of provenance and professional journalism,” Thomson told BuzzFeed News in a statement. “That commercial and social damage has been…

Vermont newspaper apologizes for Las Vegas shooting cartoon – Washington Post

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

This apology appeared at the top of the Bennington Banner website on Oct. 2. (image) The Bennington Banner, a small Vermont newspaper, apologized Tuesday for publishing an editorial cartoon that depicted a pile of outstretched bodies and the caption “Whatever Happens in Vegas …” The cartoon’s caption was a play on the tourism slogan, “Whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” The news outlet’s president, Fredric Rutberg, said in a statement that…

Rupert Murdoch Is The Media’s Unlikely Hero In The War Against Facebook And Google – BuzzFeed News

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Facebook did not return a request for comment. Now that anti-Facebook and Google talk is in vogue, News Corp is happy to take a victory lap. “The digital duopoly clearly benefited from commodifying content and rewarding sites, fake or flawed, that gamed search engines and peddled witless clickbait at the expense of provenance and professional journalism,” Thomson told BuzzFeed News in a statement. “That commercial and social damage has been…

The Fashion Dialectic – New York Times

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

“Well, this is what a child’s fantasy might be,” Mr. Browne said backstage. “Mine, too, I guess. That’s what fashion should be.” Though perhaps not, according to Miuccia Prada, who announced that, with her Miu Miu show, she was more interested in trying to understand “how to make beauty possible in real life, when it isn’t secluded in the museum, or the hotel.” Or — she didn’t add but probably…

The bodycon backlash and Macron minis: 9 style lessons from Paris fashion week – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Sarah Burton’s melded lustrous, delicate looking brocades with gabardine to make a dress-coat hybrid you would want to wear everywhere, for ever. (There was also a leather version, embroidered with birds and immensely beautiful, although you’d probably have to pawn your children). At Celine, Pheobe Philo’s were looped up at them hems to create cape backs or cut slim and belted high (another coat-ress hybrid), or cut from leather and…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…

Paris fashion week spring/summer 2018: the key shows – in pictures – The Guardian

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

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This Model Turned CEO Is Betting ‘Bricks And Clicks’ Can Create A Green Fast-Fashion Empire – Forbes

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

(Ethan Pines for Forbes) Reformation founder and CEO Yael Aflalo at her company’s sustainable Los Angeles factory. Aflalo aims to build an eco-friendly label fit for everyone. On an early-September morning, Yael Aflalo, 40, glides through the tech-heavy West Hollywood store of Reformation, her eco-friendly fashion brand. Wearing frayed cigarette jeans, a dark Reformation tee reading, “I went to Mars and all I got was this stupid T-shirt” and Chanel…

MOMA Exhibition Highlights Biofabrications And New Technologies … – Forbes

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The Museum of Modern Art’s first exhibition dedicated to fashion design since 1944 presents garments and accessories that have had a profound impact on global culture over the last century. In Items: Is Fashion Modern?, a total of 111 pieces span everything from the Little Black Dress and Levi’s 501 jeans, to the hoodie, the bikini, the stiletto and the Sari. About 30 of the items are also complemented by…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…

Meet Floriane de Saint Pierre, fashion’s most influential headhunter – Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

The majority of attendees at Paris Fashion Week are out to assess the clothes; the buyers want to determine what will sell at whichever multi-million-pound retailer they work for, journalists want to pick out trends and find the newsworthy collections, celebrities and their stylists are hunting for the next red carpet dress. But for Floriane de Saint Pierre, the focus is on the makers – the teams of people, from…

MOMA Exhibition Highlights Biofabrications And New Technologies As The Future Of Fashion – Forbes

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

The Museum of Modern Art’s first exhibition dedicated to fashion design since 1944 presents garments and accessories that have had a profound impact on global culture over the last century. In Items: Is Fashion Modern?, a total of 111 pieces span everything from the Little Black Dress and Levi’s 501 jeans, to the hoodie, the bikini, the stiletto and the Sari. About 30 of the items are also complemented by…

5 Milan Fashion Week Trends Spotted On- and Off the Runway – Forbes

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

The biannual New York-London-Milan-Paris fashion marathon has arrived at the final leg in the City of Light. Though the shows are currently being staged in the French capital, Milan is worth reflecting upon. The city held its own throughout the six days which were a celebration of Italian craftsmanship and joie de vivre (or better said, la bella vita). Here’s what’s worth remembering. Eeva Suutari A look from the Les…