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TODD SMITH — Big media companies market publishing platforms

Leading global media giants – in search of new revenue streams – including Vox Media and The Washington Post are hoping to interest other companies in the content management systems they’ve built in-house. At the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, Texas, Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff provided a four-point plan for growing the company, including strengthening its brands ...

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Barbour-Swoope team played .500 ball, at best

Thank heavens there is still a bright line between a news story and a column. Neither is better than the other. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. A news story is supposed to be factual. Hence, it carries the mantle of credibility, which should never drop to the ground, like the American flag. Play fast and loose with the facts, ...

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WaPo calls Miss. GOP Senate primary tea party's 'last stand'; says blogger tresspass slowed McDaniel surge

After a string of humbling defeats in Republican primaries this spring, the tea party’s last best hope to oust a lawmaker is in Mississippi. But things are not going well for the movement’s Chris McDaniel, who is challenging longtime senator Thad Cochran, the Washington Post reported in a story today. The race has been roiled over the past week by a bizarre incident in ...

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Rothenberg to address Delta 1000 during Delta Council event

The Mississippi Delta’s lead economic development organization is bringing in a noted political pundit to address members during its annual meeting. Stu Rothenberg, widely recognized political analyst, will address Delta 1000 members at the May 30 Delta Council Annual Meeting in Cleveland. “Stu Rothenberg has become a staple at Delta Council meetings because his many friends and admirers in the ...

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Mayor: 13 dead, including gunman, at Navy Yard

WASHINGTON  — The D.C. mayor says 13 people have died in the shooting rampage, including the gunman. Mayor Vincent Gray said at a news conference Monday afternoon that the shooter was among the dead. Officials say the gunman has been identified as 34-year-old Aaron Alexis. Earlier in the day, authorities had been looking for two other people who may have ...

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How Mississippi turned $3.5 million into $80 million

The Mississippi Department of Revenue has validated that old adage that you must spend money to make money. A Washington Post report published today details how increased tax collection enforcement efforts from a $3.5 legislative allocation helped lead to collection of $190 million in unpaid taxes and increase state revenues by more than $80 million over the previous year. The ...

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