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CT-N's non-profit staff to cease operations Friday

MARK PAZNIOKAS | CT MIRROR |

The Connecticut Public Affairs Network, the non-profit operator of CT-N since its inception in 1999 as the provider of gavel-to-gavel cable-television coverage of the General Assembly, said Thursday...

Access Health kicks off open enrollment on Facebook Live

Patricia Daddona |

Access Health CT CEO Jim Wadleigh kicked off the start of open enrollment for healthcare insurance for 2018 Wednesday morning by taking questions at a forum on Facebook Live.

Time running out for donors to save Winterfest

Patricia Daddona |

The iQuilt Partnership has just two weeks left to raise $55,000 and reach its goal of $230,000 -- enough money to open and operate Winterfest Hartford this winter season.

Travelers rank Bradley 5th best U.S. airport

Patricia Daddona |

Bradley International Airport is ranked the fifth best airport in the country, according to Condé Nast Traveler's 30th annual Readers' Choice Awards.

Hartford accounting firm Whittlesey & Hadley rebrands

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford-based accounting firm Whittlesey & Hadley P.C. is refreshing its brand with a name change.

Farmington designer Quisenberry Arcari rebrands

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington's Quisenberry Arcari Architects, on the heels of its summer merger, has changed its name to Quisenberry Arcari Malik (QAM).

Maier ending well-composed ad career

John Stearns |

Bill Maier is still getting used to letting go of the Farmington advertising agency that bears his name — after all, it was his life for 46 years.

Ad campaign seeks to rebrand Hartford Club

Q&A talks with Tony Cashman, president and CEO of Glastonbury integrated communications firm Cashman + Katz, about the Hartford Club's ongoing ad campaign and other industry trends.

Hearst bets big on Connecticut's media industry

Patricia Daddona |

When pressed about the benefits that will be brought to bear by Hearst's recent purchase of three Connecticut dailies, a magazine and eight weeklies, Hearst Newspapers President Mark Aldam had a...

Maier to retire from ad agency he founded

Patricia Daddona |

After 46 years at the helm, William F. Maier has announced he will step down as president of Farmington advertising agency Maier True Communication.

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