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Reporter Nicholas Carlson covers media and advertising for the Silicon Alley Insider. Hear his insights, and call in with your questions.

When author Catherine Orenstein ("Little Red Riding Hood Uncloaked") noticed that fewer than 20% of newspaper op-ed pieces were written by women, she did something about it. She founded The Op-Ed Project, a company that helps... more

When author Catherine Orenstein ("Little Red Riding Hood Uncloaked") noticed that fewer than 20% of newspaper op-ed pieces were written by women, she did something about it. She founded The Op-Ed Project, a company that helps... more

The Big Money’s James Ledbetter Veteran business-news journalist James Ledbetter, who has held senior editorial positions at Time magazine, CNN Money and The Village Voice, discusses his latest media venture, The Big Money. A... more

Creative Capital Author Spencer Ante BusinessWeek Associate Editor Spencer Ante, author of Creative Capital: Georges Doriot and the Birth of Venture Capital, traces the roots of venture capital in America – and how the lessons the founding... more

“Only morons and kids click on ads,” Michael (above) tells us. AdAge’s Michael Learmonth: The Online Search Biz Needs to Be Blown Up Yahoo’s 10-year partnership with Microsoft, which the Internet giant expects to generate $275... more

Recessionwire.com cofounder Laura Rich talks about the upstart website that chronicles the downturn: Why she helped launch it, what she's learned, and where it all may lead.

Pat Coyle, the founder of Sports Marketing 2.0 and former executive director of digital business for the Indianapolis Colts, will share his insights on the future of sports and the web.

CBS Interactive's Lifestyle Editor in Chief Jane Goldman talks about Muttville, the media, and whatever else is on her mind.

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