David Martel, business and audience development manager for MLive Media Group's Southeast Michigan region, spoke Feb. 13, 2013, on "Disruptive Innovation: The News Media Revolution" at the LA2M group session in Ann Arbor, Mich.
On Dec. 20, 2012, The Milan News-Leader and Saline Reporter published a story titled, "York Twp. supervisor calls appointee 'too old' for job." Today, Dec. 27, 2012, Martha Churchill, the reporter who wrote the story, and Editor Michelle Rogers are at York Township Hall to listen to a recording of that meeting after several complaints tha […]
Eastern Michigan University professor Toni Stokes Jones will lead the workshop "Google Drive as a collaboration tool" from 6 to 8 p.m. May 22 at the Southeast Michigan Media Lab, 215 W. Michigan Ave., in Ypsilanti. People may attend in person or watch the livestreaming video while viewing the PowerPoint, both embedded below. A recording of the vide […]
Courtesy of Family Features With so many things to do in a day, it's easy to rush through the morning. But getting a smooth start can lead to a more productive day, leaving you feeling great and full of energy.
It seems when travelers “get away” they still want to be “connected.” iPads, laptop computers, smart phones and other devices are traveling companions logged in, at most hotels, to complimentary wireless Internet. But how much longer will free access exist?
NEW YORK — CW will use its biggest hit, "The Vampire Diaries," to launch this fall its first crunchy-gravel period drama. And the network's most successful freshman drama, "Arrow," will be used to launch a series about teens who have supernatural powers.