It’s no secret that video and social media have changed the landscape of marketing communication forever. Today, people on average spend between 30 to 40 hours a week watching video content on their mobile devices, laptops and tablet PCs. 1,975 more words
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By Jon Weisman
High above the champagne party in the Dodger clubhouse, the booth sits empty now. And yet it feels so full.
Vin Scully clocked in at Dodger Stadium for the final time today, a day that encapsulated so much of what made him baseball’s premier voice. 449 more words
There are two ways of looking at Theresa May’s decision to reverse Rona Fairhead’s appointment as BBC chair, thereby effectively dismissing her. The first is benign, reflecting a genuine impatience with David Cameron’s decision to allow Fairhead to move across from the BBC Trust to the new Unitary Board, which will come into effect early next year. 824 more words
'Welcome to my Thanksgiving': In moving ceremony, Los Angeles begins its final farewell to Vin Scully
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By Jon Weisman
We might need time. We might need 67 years to get over this one.
Emotionally charged from the opening video salute to the final blue-carpet walk lined by Dodger players and coaches, tribute was paid to Vin Scully tonight, in an hour-long ceremony infused with heartstopping thoughts from guest speakers and heartwarming words from the man himself. 959 more words
By Cary Osborne
On November 5, 2007, Joe Torre put on a Dodger jersey for the first time. He stood on a stage on the outfield grass at Dodger Stadium and cinched the uniform top up button by button while a voice introduced him as the eighth manager in Los Angeles Dodgers history. 414 more words