Steve Kroft’s segment on CBS’s March 9 installment of 60 Minutes, “The Data Brokers: Selling your personal information,” was a noteworthy chapter in the escalating confrontation between the data-driven marketing industry and popular press initiatives to expose the alarming aspects of our emerging surveillance society. (Also see the Direct Marketing Association’s response.) The introduction framed [...]
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by Andrew Frank | March 11, 2014 | 5 Comments
by Andrew Frank | May 28, 2009 | 1 Comment
The Green Room was closed for renovations, so I waited in a make-shift area outside the control room of the Fox Business News studio in New York while Dave Asman went one-on-one with Monica Crowley over the latest outrages issuing from the White House. Fox Tonight had invited me, about an hour earlier, to come [...]
by Andrew Frank | January 9, 2009 | 2 Comments
Against an ominous backdrop of half-skinned highrises and idle cranes in Las Vegas, the annual Consumer Electronics Show has been anything but idle. Innovation and disruption are here in abundance as manufacturers, start-ups, internet, software, and media companies demonstrated real velocity on the path to the promised land of any content on any screen, anytime, [...]