Indiana media market is ‘shaking off’ new Ebola threat

Indiana is beginning to recover from the Ebola pandemic, with more than a dozen counties reporting more than 100 cases in the past week.But the virus continues to spread, including through Indiana and the rest of the Midwest, according to the latest numbers from the Indiana Department of Health.The state reported Friday that there were 1,822 cases of Ebola in the counties, the most of any state...

Which TV Shows Should You Get On Your TV Now?

When you're searching for a new show, you're not going to be disappointed by the sheer amount of shows available to you.And, even if you're looking for something a little niche, you may find that you can catch some good quality content.However, as you scroll through the options, you might find that a show you love has recently been removed from your TV lineup.That's because of what's called the...

What you need to know about the media marketplace for medical devices

Health insurers are seeking to expand the marketplace for new medical devices and to help doctors make the most of the opportunity.As the government reopens its marketplace, new entrants are expected to emerge, as are providers who want to serve more than just Medicare and Medicaid patients.The new marketplaces will likely be more crowded than before, but that won't necessarily be a bad thing for...

Twitter and Microsoft agree to pay $250M for a new deal to buy up media platform provider MediaVentures

Microsoft and Twitter have agreed to pay a combined $250 million to acquire MediaVents for a company that's the only media marketplace in the world that allows content creators to sell their work for a fee, the companies said Thursday.The deal, which Microsoft and Google's parent company Alphabet announced in August, gives the new company an "unparalleled reach" and broad reach to serve...

When the media becomes an advertising network, conservatives say

An editorial cartoon by Jim Watson and Peter Nicholas, published on Wednesday in The American Conservatives, depicts a media outlet's advertising revenue flowing to the right wing of the GOP. The cartoon depicts an advertising company's advertising campaign for a new cable television channel as being funded by a conservative group known as the Alliance for American Values (AAV)."The reality is...