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WFSB promotes veteran news director to pres., GM

Joe Cooper |

Meredith Corp. on Thursday promoted its former news director to vice president and general manager of CBS affiliate WFSB.

iHeartMedia files for bankruptcy


Crippled by falling revenue and piles of debt, radio conglomerate iHeartMedia has filed for bankruptcy.

ESPN's new boss is Disney executive James Pitaro

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ESPN has a new president. James Pitaro, a long-time executive at ESPN's parent company, Disney, will take over the role, Disney announced Monday.

CT's US News 'best state' ranking nosedives

Connecticut has plummeted to a ranking of 24th best state in the nation for 2018 from a perch of 12th last year, according to the latest 2018 study from U.S. News & World Report.

reSET adds partner to elevate social entrepreneurial connections

Hartford accelerator reSET said this week it is partnering with community development platform Breakfast Lunch & Dinner (BL&D) to help entrepreneurs connect socially.

59 nonprofits competing in March Brackets for Good tourney

Fifty-nine nonprofits -- including two from the Hartford region that won last year -- will vie for donor dollars in the quest for a $10,000 prize as part of this year's statewide Brackets for Good...

Yard Goats to use alternative names as part of 2018 promo schedule

The Hartford Yard Goats unveiled its 2018 promotional schedule aimed at boosting attendance and becoming more fan friendly. It includes using alternative team names for several ball games this year.

Jemele Hill leaving SportsCenter to move to ESPN's 'The Undefeated'

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Anchor Jemele Hill is leaving SportsCenter to head to The Undefeated, ESPN's site about the intersection of sports, race and culture.

Boston ad agency bows in Hartford

Gregory Seay |

Boston advertising agency Fuseideas, whose clients include Foxwoods and the Connecticut Lottery, says it has opened a downtown Hartford office to serve them and new clients.

Marketing UConn's former West Hartford digs for redevelopment a tricky venture


The 58-acre, 48-year-old former UConn satellite campus in West Hartford is big, with pockets of contamination, and as of this past summer, empty.

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