I don't know about what happened at your home, but as soon as that first review of Spider-Man hit the 'web' Monday night, my phone started ringing, my twitter started tweeting, and things I didn't even know I owned started buzzing.
It was a social media [...]
I feel like a proud papa sending out a birth announcement. And while the gestation of this offspring didn’t take nine months, at times it sure felt like it! (Then again, I’m about as patient as a kid on Christmas Eve.)
According to Merriam-Webster, one of the primary definitions of "criticize" is "to find fault with: point out the faults of."
What was amazing about Mike was that he was able to adhere to that definition, yet his reviews still radiated with his love [...]
One of the hippest long-term audience development initiatives the Broadway League came up with over the last few years was the establishment of a Kids Advisory Board. The Board is made up of thirty kids, ages 11 – 16, from all over the country. What do they have in common? They [...]
Ellen Gamerman at The Wall Street Journal wrote a terrific piece last week about previews, and how problems that shows encounter during the several weeks of previews are exposed more in an online world than they were a decade ago.
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