Salon.Com

Salon is a progressive news website created by David Talbot in 1995 and part of Salon Media Group (OTCQB: SLNM). It focuses on U.S. politics and current affairs, and on reviews and articles about music, books and films.Salon's headquarters is located near downtown San Francisco, California. As of June 2013, its editor-in-chief is David Daley, after previous editor-in-chief Kerry Lauerman stepped down to partner with Larer Ventures on a new startup. Lauerman's predecessor Joan Walsh stepped down from that position in November 2010 but remained as editor at large.
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  • Could Cancelling “The Interview” Be Sony’s Best Marketing Move Yet?

    ….” Speculators on Salon.com wonder, “Is the plot against ‘The Interview’ a hoax?” Americans love their freedom, and being told that they can’t do something because another country doesn’t like it hasn’t exactly gone over well in the past (does this really need a link?). If Sony sets a new release date or chooses a direct-to-television…

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    Matt Sussberg is vp of sales at Salon.com The barriers between content producers and advertisers are dissolving. Content marketing — the use of owned, value-driven and brand-aligned content to drive consumer behavior – is connecting the two disciplines and is becoming a significant part of the media mix.

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