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Posts by Lee Ann Qualls

  1. Digital Media

    The rise of the tablet

    I’m not an early adopter. I let other folks experience first-generation electronics to pave the way for me. I wait to hear a little more, watch the products and read reviews to make completely sure of any new purchase. But this past Christmas, I was starting to feel left behind. Young children were walking around […]

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  2. Observations

    Tasty newspaper ads?

    First Flavor Inc. of Bala Cynwyd and US Ink, a Carlstadt, NJ–based company that provides ink for the newspaper industry, recently launched “Taste-it Notes” – newspaper front-page sticky notes that double as flavor strips. Now you can smell and taste a food or beverage product in your morning newspaper! So far, flavor strips have been […]

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  3. Research

    Inauguration media stats

      According to Nielsen, nearly 37.8 million U.S. viewers tuned in between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to watch inauguration events on a total of 17 broadcast and cable networks. This is the most viewers on an inauguration day since Ronald Reagan’s in 1981 (41.8 million viewers). Raleigh-Durham (I miss you, NC) had the highest […]

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