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Facebook Urging Long-Form Video; Are TV-Style Shows on Tap?

25 Jan, 2017 By: Doug McPherson



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Commerce Department Sets Guiding Principles for IoT

25 Jan, 2017 By: Doug McPherson



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National TV Ad Time Growth Surpasses TV Programming Content

25 Jan, 2017 By: Doug McPherson



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Netflix Adds 7M Subs, Tweaks Stance on Net Neutrality

25 Jan, 2017 By: Doug McPherson



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Legal Review: Even More Proof the TCPA Is on the FCC’s Radar

1 Jan, 2017 By: Daniel S. Blynn, Christopher L. Boone Response



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Committee Corner: Conversion: A Mystery and a Nightmare, All in One

1 Jan, 2017 By: Greg Sarnow Response



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Rehab Centers and Referral Networks Go Direct

1 Jan, 2017 By: Bridget McCrea Response

Operating in a $35 billion industry, today’s addiction centers and referral networks are using new ways to reach the nearly 23 million Americans who need their services and support.



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Sports & Fitness Market: The Pulse of Fitness

1 Jan, 2017 By: Doug McPherson Response

Response caught up with America’s Personal Trainer™, Tony Little, to get his take on the fitness market. He had plenty to say — and other experts chimed in too. Time to get your sweat on.



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Consumer Journey: Awareness

1 Jan, 2017 By: Nicole Urso Reed Response

Catching Looks



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Cover Story: Rock On!

1 Jan, 2017 By: Thomas Haire Response

Niharika Shah says financial behemoth Prudential’s latest campaign — for PGIM, its rebranded investment management business — is an example of how the company is becoming a more nimble marketer.



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