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Si Newhouse, media baron who ran Condé Nast, dies aged 89 | Media

The media baron Si Newhouse, chairman emeritus of Condé Nast, publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker and other leading magazines, has died. He was 89 and had suffered from a long illness. In a statement on Vogue.com, editor-in-chief Anna Wintour said: “Si Newhouse was the most extraordinary leader. Wherever he led, I followed, unquestioningly, simply because he put ...

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Inmates Need Social Media. Take It From a Former Prisoner

The country’s most famous inmate is free. O.J. Simpson’s release highlights the challenges of leaving prison, saddled with multiple felony convictions. I would know. It’s hard to re-enter society, but it might be easier for those returning citizens, like Simpson, whose NFL pension and luxury homes, along with the prospect of the new iPhone, await him, compared with the likely transition ...

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Media Document Failings in Puerto Rico

Data Show How Long Crisis Wasn’t Given Its Due Like Air Force Academy, Writers Confront Racism Kaepernick Left Off Cover Homage to His Movement Russia-Linked Tweets, Postings Exploited Race Hugh Hefner Left Mark on Civil Rights Era Fox Business Network President Shuns ‘Politics’ St. Louis Paper Backs Outside Probe of Police Reggie Lavong, Philly Station Owner, Dies at 84 Imminent ...

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`Si’ Newhouse, Billionaire Publisher of Vogue and GQ Dies | Media

Samuel “Si” Newhouse Jr., the publishing billionaire who oversaw some of America’s best-known magazines, including Vogue, the New Yorker, GQ and Vanity Fair as head of the closely held media empire built by his father, has died. He was 89. S.I. Newhouse sighted on August 21, 1989 at Conde Nast in New York City. Credit: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage via Getty ...

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ANC E Cape leadership hold media briefing

      EAST LONDON – The new ANC Eastern Cape leadership iheld a media briefing on Sunday afternoon. They discussed the disturbing events of the past few days and the division within the party. Newly elected chair Oscar Mabuyane said that disrupptions had been planned in order to undermine the democratic nature of the ...

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S.I. Newhouse Jr. dies; ran media empire, helped build Syracuse journalism program

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — S.I. Newhouse Jr., the son of the namesake of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School and prolific magazine publisher, died Sunday in New York. He was 89. Newhouse’s company, Advanced Publications, operates numerous regional newspapers around the country, including Syracuse.com | The Post-Standard. It also owns Conde Nast, which publishes national magazines like The New Yorker, GQ and Vanity ...

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Mulvaney: Media isn’t showing federal effort in Puerto Rico

White House budget chief Mick MulvaneyJohn (Mick) Michael MulvaneyBlame both Democrats and Republicans if we go broke Schumer on DACA talks with Trump: We agreed on immigration ‘framework’ The debt ceiling is the best bad option we’ve got right now MORE said Sunday that President Trump is dismayed with the media over its coverage of Puerto Rico because news organizations ...

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Social media testing limits of free speech by public employees

Rosen lecture on free speech in the digital age(Photo: Rhodes College) A police officer in Nashville was fired for a Facebook comment about the death of a black man in Minnesota who was shot four times by a white cop. “Yeah. I would have done 5,” the Nashville officer wrote. A 911 operator in Nashville was fired for Facebook comments about last ...

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