Posts Tagged ‘media’

Arkansas Department of Education Adopts MyVRSpot for Hosting and Sharing of Digital Media for Every Teacher and …

Arkansas Department of Education Adopts MyVRSpot for Hosting and Sharing of Digital Media for Every Teacher and …
The FTC Family of Companies’ MyVRSpot online hosting and sharing solution, has been chosen by the Arkansas Department of Education to provide multimedia hosting and sharing services to every teacher and student within the state. (PRWeb November 02, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/11/prweb4730884.htm
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ShareStream Appoints Former Senior Architect of The Washington Post Online to Lead Technology Team
GAITHERSBURG, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ShareStream, provider of video solutions and turnkey multimedia-management systems for education and training, appoints former Lead Architect from the Washington Post to head technology team.
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Did Keith Olbermann refuse to offer an on-air apology? Is coverage of MSNBC host’s suspension media overkill?

Did Keith Olbermann refuse to offer an on-air apology? Is coverage of MSNBC host’s suspension media overkill?
Politico, which broke the story of Keith Olbermann’s donations to three Democrat candidates in the midterm elections, is reporting that the “Countdown” host was yanked from the air for refusing to make an on-air apology.
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EHS to host free lunch for veterans
Edwardsville High School is hosting a free lunch for veterans on Nov. 10.
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Take two: Pair of CTL teams advance to state
COLVILLE — They didn’t exactly take the path they’d hoped to, but Cashmere still wound up at the same destination: Hosting a first-round state playoff game. The Bulldogs got there by beating sixth-ranked Colville a 27-7
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Olbermann and the dangers of partisan media

Olbermann and the dangers of partisan media
Keith Olbermann’s suspension for making political contributions to three Democratic candidates is just the latest example of the problems that come with the rise of partisan media.
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Rodriguez-led Wolverines had a good week — finally
Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan Wolverines had a good week. Finally. It’s hard to settle on the best news for Rodriguez and his team. The embattled coach and college football’s winningest program escaped severe NCAA punishment, beat Illinois 67-65 in a triple-overtime thriller and finally became bowl-eligible in his third topsy-turvy season.
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