"They support MS-13, Hamas and now they're supporting Chairman Kim," former White House Communications Director tells "Fox & Friends" Jon Levine, provided by Published 6:57 am, Friday, May 25, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Scaramucci: Media Now ‘Supporting’ North Korea Over Trump (Video) 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci criticized the mainstream media on Friday, telling the set of “Fox & Friends” that President Trump’s enemies there were now “supporting” North Korea. “It’s almost like they’re supporting. They support MS-13, Hamas and now they’re supporting Chairman Kim,” said Scaramucci of the mainstream media. “He’s got a deal on the table that he will accept for the American people. If that does not work then there will be no deal. It’s just really that simple and … [Read more...] about Scaramucci: Media Now ‘Supporting’ North Korea Over Trump (Video)
Baseball, if you haven’t heard, is a difficult game rooted in failure, an endeavor in which a hitter is considered successful if he only fails seven out of ten times. And though the Rockies currently stand 0.5 games ahead of the Diamondbacks for first place in the National League West, their hitting woes this season — a .228 team average that’s third-worst in the league, coupled with alarming strikeout totals — have fans sounding off left and right in the Twittersphere. Colorado’s catcher, Chris Iannetta, took a moment to address one of those social media criticisms on Thursday night, calling out one particular fan who implored him to “please just try to concentrate on getting a hit once in blue moon.” Thanks for the love, but let me drop some universal knowledge. With the most difficult game in the world, success comes and goes. No one hits the same average from start to finish. 2nd, it may be a punchline but, struggling is one of the … [Read more...] about Denver Sports Omelette: Rockies catcher Chris Iannetta reminds social media of the difficulty of hitting in the major leagues
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Tech We’re Using ByKathy Zhang May 23, 2018 How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Kathy Zhang, a newsroom and product analytics manager, discussed the tech she’s using. Your team helps Times reporters analyze data about stories and readers. What kind of tech do you use to do that, and what information do you review? The Times uses a few different technologies to measure readership and behavior within our website and apps. The primary tool we use is an internal analytics system that powers the bulk of our analysis and dashboards. This system also underpins a newsroom tool called Stela, which provides story- and department-level analytics snapshots. We also use tools like Chartbeat and Google Analytics for the same purposes, because … [Read more...] about Metrics Are Everywhere in Media. Here’s How They Help.
Maybe he should just quit being mayor and open a newspaper. Sounding more like President Trump than the progressive he claims to be, Mayor Bill de Blasio railed against city newspapers for truth-telling coverage, prayed for the “demise” of the New York Post and even mused about producing his own “click-bait” articles, according to secretive emails the administration was forced to hand over to The Post following a lawsuit. see also De Blasio's elaborate attempt to be 'relatable' at staged Mets visit Mayor Bill de Blasio went to great lengths to present... When former Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman was considering selling the failing tab in 2015, de Blasio didn’t lament the paper’s anemic state — he tried to calculate how the sale could aid or hinder his rage against hard-edged coverage in the New York Post. “And that would be good for us, right?” de Blasio asked in a May 23, 2015, email … [Read more...] about De Blasio had deranged, Trump-like plan to fight media
Publishing is booming on the East End, despite signs of a few cracks in the firmament. Modern Luxury has switched the editor of Beach — after three years, Phebe Wahl has become a group editor and the parent company’s national beauty editor. She was replaced by former Town & Country vet Sarah Bray. ML also replaced the editor-in-chief of Hamptons, Samantha Yanks, who landed at Douglas Elliman as chief marketing officer earlier this month, and promoted longtime Hamptons resident Lynn Scotti to replace the veteran group publisher, Debra Halpert. Halpert said she’s starting a branding and marketing company. “Samantha and Debra left of their own accord,” said Modern Luxury CEO Michael Dickey. “But it’s always good to bring in new blood to an organization.” One of the moves: Hamptons and Beach dropped the glossy-coated paper stock inside for a slightly more muted paper known as “matte finish.” That raised some eyebrows among … [Read more...] about Publishing is booming on the East End media scene