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Margaret Willis Joins CJRW (Movers & Shakers)

Margaret Willis Joins CJRW (Movers & Shakers)

Margaret Willis has been hired as media planner and buyer at CJRW's Little Rock office. She will manage planning and buying of digital, print, outdoor, TV and radio media for the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism and Arkansas State Parks.
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'Razorback Nation' Anchor Resigns After Mixing Medication and Alcohol

Aaron Peters announced his departure as the "Razorback Nation" anchor on KARK-TV in Little Rock and KNWA-TV in Rogers after he says he mixed prescription medication with alcohol and briefly appeared on the air on Oct. 12.
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Four Agencies Hope To Punch Ticket on Scholarship Lottery

Three Little Rock bidders and a Boston digital marketing agency are in the running for the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery's advertising and marketing work, worth $5 million a year and rising.
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Boozman Portrays Eldridge as Gift From Obama in New Ad

Republican U.S. Sen. John Boozman has launched his first negative ad against Democratic challenger Conner Eldridge, portraying the former federal prosecutor as a gift from President Barack Obama to predominantly conservative Arkansas. read more >

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Proponents Launch TV Ad

Supporters of a medical marijuana proposal in Arkansas have launched a television ad touting the November ballot measure as a way to help children with seizures. read more >

Arkansas Medical Pot Opponents Launch First TV Ad

Opponents of medical marijuana efforts in Arkansas have begun airing their first television ads against the ballot measures, as state law enforcement officials warn they'll need more funding if medical pot is legalized. read more >

Inuvo Sets $100M Goal For Annual Revenue

Inuvo CEO Richard Howe is explicit about the company's goal: It should be posting $25 million in revenue per quarter by the fourth quarter of next year. In other words, by 2018, it should be a $100 million company. read more >

Kimberly Williams Heads Drive To Promote Great River Road (Movers & Shakers)

Kimberly Williams has been named director of Arkansas' Great River Road for the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism. read more >

Conway Corp. Recognized for Marketing Campaigns (Movers & Shakers)

Beth Jimmerson, marketing coordinator for Conway Corp., and Crystal Kemp, marketing and public relations manager, have been awarded by the Mid-America Cable Association. read more >

Jesus and Trump (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

In 2016, the Republican nominee for president is Donald Trump, and many social and political scientists will make careers out of figuring out whether that happened because of or in spite of the GOP's alignment with conservative Christianity. read more >

What's New at Team SI? Everything, Every Day

Little Rock technology and data marketing firm Team SI, recently named Arkansas' fastest-growing company in 2015 and 2016 by Inc. magazine, has been on a hiring spree. read more >

Arkansas Casino Supporters, Opponents Air $2M in TV Ads

Supporters and opponents of an effort to legalize casinos in three Arkansas counties have spent more than $2 million to air television ads on the issue ahead of the November election. read more >

Little Rock's Metrocentre Mall District Begins Dissolution Process

Property owners in downtown Little Rock's Metrocentre Improvement District No. 1 are finally getting a break from decades of shouldering $12.5 million of debt. read more >

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