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How the Dial Has Changed: A Look Back at TV

October 24, 2012


Network television has largely reflected the events that drive our history; and, as communicators, it is important that we understand past trends in broadcast if we intend to predict its future direction and analyze TV’s meaning and role in the lives of Americans. The reality of television today, unfortunately, is reality television. Excluding musical competitions, […]

How the Secretary Became Extinct

October 13, 2012


For their entire careers, the majority of today’s office workers and even most top-level executives have relied on desktop or laptop computers for their written communications. Need to send a letter? Just call up Word, type up your thoughts and attach them to an email. Putting together a report? Use Word and its graphics capabilities […]