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  1. Bob Moog Rocks Google Homepage With Synthesizer Logo You Can Play

    At the age of 14, Moog built his first theremin; by 19, he was a published author, having written “The Theremin” for Radio and Television News in January, 1954. Already, users have recorded and uploaded their own tracks to YouTube (the logo was...

  2. 'The Power of Google' Senate Hearing is Must Watch TV Today

    Comparing it to Facebook is like comparing radio and TV – true one impacted the other but they were different mediums. The UK Guardian thinks Schmidt will "argue the company offers a level playing field for rival products – and is increasingly...

  3. Online Only News Site Wins Top Pulitzer Prize For Reporting

    But I worked on a school paper when I was a kid and I owned a CB radio when I lived in Texas. The judges praised the way journalists Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein used online tools "to help explain the complex subject to lay readers," the UK...

  4. Yuri Gagarin Gets Google Doodle On 50th Anniversary Of Man In Space

    But this is no cheap tour gimmick: Coleman conceived of the project herself, approaching Anderson through a mutual friend, former radio DJ Dayna Steele. Russia will celebrate the occasion with a 50 gun salute, while Jethro Tull front man, Ian...

  5. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    In more and more countries Internet advertising is surpassing traditional media like TV, radio and print. The UK seems to echo the U.S.market somewhat and follows closely in market share and trends in using the channels that are out there.

  6. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    But candidates from both political parties can still use television, newspapers, radio, direct mail, the telephone, events, and door-to-door canvasing, too. This makes it very hard to determine the impact of digital media on the outcome of an...

  7. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    According to Echo Sonar, a division of Echo Research, this includes TV, word of mouth, family and friends, newspapers, radio, the Internet, social media, and the pub. I started my coverage of UK Election 2010 by quoting part of Winston Churchill's...

  8. One Man's Keywords are Another Man's List of Forbidden 'Newsspeak' Words and Phrases

    Blogs.vocalo.org: 119 words and phrases banned in WGN-AM radio newsroom (blogs.journalism.co.uk) Feder reported that Tribune Company CEO Randy Michaels had issued a "list of forbidden 'newsspeak' words and phrases" in a memo to his staff of anchors...