Tagged: Outtakes

PRSA Puts LR Firms in Silver Lineup

PRSA Puts LR Firms in Silver Lineup

OuttakesBanking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

Mike Sells of the Sells Agency pointed out that three Little Rock firms are among 92 nationwide finalists for Silver Anvil Awards from the Public Relations Society of America. read more >

Everybody, and Nobody, Is Talking About YouTube

Everybody, and Nobody, Is Talking About YouTube

OuttakesLegalTechnology & Telecom

Pedophile comments attached to YouTube videos featuring children pushed multimillion-dollar advertisers like AT&T, Disney, Hasbro and Nestle to halt commercials on the Google-owned video website. read more >

At Our Own Business, A Passing of the Torch

At Our Own Business, A Passing of the Torch

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After blazing a four-decade trail for Arkansas women, helping build the Arkansas Times and then ABPG into two of the state’s biggest independent multimedia firms, Olivia Farrell is taking her dogs and going home. read more >

With Some Prime Help, An Entrepreneur Rises

With Some Prime Help, An Entrepreneur Rises

OuttakesBanking & FinanceTechnology & Telecom

With marketing visibility through Amazon.com and help from the online retailer’s order fulfillment service, Cindy Green’s Neurons Not Included has doubled sales nearly every year since 2012 read more >

Changing 'Times' and Prolonging 'Life'

Changing 'Times' and Prolonging 'Life'

OuttakesTechnology & Telecom

Alan Leveritt, the founder and publisher of the Arkansas Times, is so pleased with his publication’s rebirth as a monthly that he fears he’s tempting providence. read more >

Ned Perme’s Long Career, Wrapped Up With a Bow

Ned Perme’s Long Career, Wrapped Up With a Bow

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Ned Perme has enough snow in his hair now to befit his traditional role as the station’s holiday pianist, but he looks a decade younger than his 64 years. So it still came as a bit of a shock when he walked off the set Friday as a retiree. read more >

Want State Business? Stay on Israel’s Side

Want State Business? Stay on Israel’s Side

OuttakesLegal

The Arkansas Times, which lost ad business with the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College after rejecting pro-Israel language in an ad contract, is suing to neuter the state law requiring it. read more >

Woo Pigs: Flirty Hogs Have a TV Teammate

Woo Pigs: Flirty Hogs Have a TV Teammate

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D.J. Williams, the former star tight end for the Arkansas Razorbacks now at KARK-TV in Little Rock, found himself on opposing teams as the football season wound down, torn between his “Razorback family” and Channel 4’s news audience. read more >