Capital Gazette Shooting Suspect Charged With First-Degree MurderA man who had once filed a defamation suit against the Capital Gazette newspaper is accused of opening fire into the newsroom and killing five people Thursday.
Study Says Films Exclude Women, Hispanics"Every year we're hopeful that we will actually see change," Stacy L. Smith, a USC professor and the study's lead author, told The Associated Press. "Unfortunately that hope has not quite been realized."
Lions Fans One Of The Most Profane On Social MediaWith the Super Bowl right around the corner, the big game is generating a ton of attention from coast to coast.
CBS Announces Multi-Phase Rollout For Its Fall Premiere ScheduleFollowing its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
EMU Media Prof Backs 'National Day of Unplugging' Friday, SaturdayCould you unplug everything for just one day? Thousands of people around the globe will give it a shot starting at sundown Friday, March 7, and extending through sundown Saturday, March 8. It's the fifth annual National Day of Unplugging.
Marketing Michigan: MEDC Seeks Web, Media PR ProposalsThe Michigan Strategic Fund and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. have issued a request for proposal for ideas to help the MEDC market the state and build the Pure Michigan brand through Web, media, public relations, promotional and marketing efforts.