The Radice Files — Episode 183: “Truth”
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to two journalists who fought for freedom of expression in countries where that isn’t a given. Even in places where Democratic ideas live in darkness, there is light. BTW, these are the first journalists to receive the prize since 1935. Kudos.
Dmitry Muratov and Maria Ressa were honored for “for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace”
A new S&P Kagan report puts a hefty price tag on the cost of cord cutting with new forecasts for cable, satellite and telco multichannel revenue showing a 45% drop from the 2016 peak
Deeper CarPlay integration isn’t far away
The app has amassed 1bn users faster than its predecessors | Graphic detail
NFTs and blockchain technologies could revolutionize the way agencies do business, argues Small World co-founder Dan Salkey.
A South Korean woman who was deluged with thousands of prank calls and text messages after her phone number was highlighted as a key plot point in Netflix’s hit show “Squid Game” may soon get some relief.
Longtime NBCUniversal exec Lisa Hsia, who has worked in a wide variety of roles through the years at the company, is exiting after 27 years.
Actor and bon viveur Stanley Tucci on his love of Italian food, where to eat in the capital, and how to make the perfect martini
‘Acapulco,’ a new bilingual comedy from Apple TV Plus, is a slyly subversive charmer of a show.
Let’s be honest, no baristas like to make venti Frappuccinos with a million pumps of each syrup. However, this particular Starbucks drink gives them more pause.
RONNIE WOOD recalled the last time he ever saw his Rolling Stones band mate Charlie Watts, weeks before his death on 24 August.
And finally…my friend, Bill Tush (on the right)
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