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ROKK Solutions Launches New Practice Area: Social Impact Communications
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ROKK Solutions Launches New Practice Area: Social Impact Communications
2020-09-22 19:08:00
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Lindsay Singleton, longtime managing director at ROKK Solutions, will now also serve as lead of its new practice area: social impact communications. The practice, launched Tuesday by the bipartisan political communications firm, will assist organizations in amplifying their... Read More

The Atlantic Festival Features Women in Washington
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The Atlantic Festival Features Women in Washington
2020-09-22 14:10:57
by Sara Wilkerson

As part of the kickoff of its four-day festival, the Atlantic Festival featured a panel of women leaders in areas of media, economics, government and more discussing the pandemic’s impact on their professions and America’s future.  Moderated by staff writers... Read More

Trump Ditches ‘Law and Order’ for the Economy in New TV Ad Blitz
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Trump Ditches ‘Law and Order’ for the Economy in New TV Ad Blitz

WASHINGTON — Just weeks after a Republican National Convention dominated by calls for “law and order,” President Donald Trump’s campaign has returned to an almost exclusively economic message in its advertising. It’s the latest strategic pivot by the Trump campaign,... Read More

Pandemic Forces Journalists to Rethink Campaign Coverage
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Pandemic Forces Journalists to Rethink Campaign Coverage

NEW YORK (AP) — When the coronavirus shutdown began, ABC News' Martha Raddatz figured her plan for a cross-country road trip to meet voters would be shelved, too. Instead, this week Raddatz nears the end of a 6,000-mile journey, where... Read More

Furor Erupts Over Trump’s Claim He Knowingly Downplayed the Coronavirus
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Furor Erupts Over Trump’s Claim He Knowingly Downplayed the Coronavirus

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said in a taped interview that he deliberately downplayed the danger of the coronavirus in public early this year even though he knew it posed a deadly threat to Americans, a revelation that sent shock... Read More

Republican Convention Draws 15.9 Million TV Viewers, Down 28% From 2016
2020 Elections
Republican Convention Draws 15.9 Million TV Viewers, Down 28% From 2016

The first night of the Republican National Convention averaged 15.9 million viewers on Monday, a sharp drop of 28% from 2016. The audience figure from Nielsen was also below the opening night of last week’s Democratic National Convention which averaged... Read More

TV Audience for Night 3 of the Democratic Convention Rises to 21.4 Million Viewers
Television
TV Audience for Night 3 of the Democratic Convention Rises to 21.4 Million Viewers

The third night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention delivered the largest TV audience for the event so far with an average of 21.4 million viewers across the major cable news channels and broadcast networks. The 10 p.m. Eastern hour... Read More

Why an Anti-Trust Safe Harbor Is the Answer the News Business Needs
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Why an Anti-Trust Safe Harbor Is the Answer the News Business Needs

News consumption is growing exponentially, but for the past decade, the revenue to news publishers has been on a decline. This is, in large part, because of the unbalanced relationship between news publishers and tech platforms. But that relationship could be... Read More

Democratic Convention Draws 18.7 Million TV Viewers, Down 28% From 2016
Television
Democratic Convention Draws 18.7 Million TV Viewers, Down 28% From 2016

MSNBC had the largest prime-time audience on the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, but overall viewing of the party’s virtual gathering on Monday was down significantly from four years ago. Nielsen data showed an average of around... Read More

TV Coverage of Bush v. Gore Is a Scary Reminder of What Can Go Wrong on Election Night
Elections
TV Coverage of Bush v. Gore Is a Scary Reminder of What Can Go Wrong on Election Night

It was well past 3 a.m. ET on Nov. 8, 2000, when NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw looked into a camera on his network’s election night set and delivered what is likely the most humbling remark to come from a... Read More

Newspapers Suffer Deep Losses as Pandemic Deals Another Blow
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Newspapers Suffer Deep Losses as Pandemic Deals Another Blow
2020-08-18 13:22:33
by Tom Ramstack

The New York Daily News put itself on the cutting edge of journalism again last week as it faces down a threat from coronavirus. The newspaper, which has boasted one of the nation’s largest number of readers, closed its newsroom.... Read More

Trump Admits to Blocking Postal Service Funding to Undercut Voting by Mail
2020 Elections
Trump Admits to Blocking Postal Service Funding to Undercut Voting by Mail

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Thursday that he would block a funding boost for the U.S. Postal Service to handle an expected flood of mail-in ballots in coming weeks, admitting it’s part of a White House effort to limit... Read More

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