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Book teaches business skills to music students

  Ramon Ricker is credited with fueling a national movement among music schools to teach entrepreneurial skills. Now the director of the Institute for Music Leadership at the Eastman School of Music has committed the tenets of that idea to ...

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Someday soon, print ads may display video as you turn the page

  It is getting more and more difficult to escape the moving image. I am not just talking about "on the Internet" and the latest YouTube meme. While Ralph Wilson Stadium may have had a Jumbotron since 1994, Lamar Advertising’s ...

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WHAM-TV to launch 10 p.m. newscast on CW

WHAM-TV 13 said Monday its news department will begin on Jan. 1 broadcasting a half-hour newscast at 10 p.m. on its sister station, the CW.

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Big on hip, cool-and old-school

  Kyle Chapman and Greg Hauenstein are used to the eye rolls. It’s not every 20-something social media whiz who waves a business card in the air, announcing, "This stuff is gonna be coming back." Paper-based promotions? In the age ...

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Gannett says digital, local ads on upswing

Gannett Co. Inc. chairman and CEO Craig Dubow on Wednesday said the company is well positioned for growth in 2011. Company executives also said that advertising trends are improving.

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Eastman School alumnus, quartet garner Grammy nods

A quartet in residence at the Eastman School of Music and an alumnus, jazz composer Bill Cunliffe, received Grammy nominations, the Recording Academy announced Thursday.

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Perfecting the sounds of Eastman’s

Here is the problem: Fit a rehearsal hall big enough to accommodate a full orchestra, a recital hall and music school faculty studios into a single building that would sit on a tiny triangle of land adjoining Kodak Hall at ...

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RIT features graphic artist for talk

Rochester Institute of Technology will feature graphic artist Alison Bechdel for a discussion Thursday on how graphic narrative has moved toward mainstream acceptance.

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RIT professor wins 2010 book prize

A professor at Rochester Institute of Technology has won the 2010 book prize from the Forum for the History of Science in America for her book on the environmental history of Chesapeake Bay’s iconic oyster industry.

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Bills-Steelers game sold out, to be televised

The Buffalo Bills National Football League game against Pittsburgh on Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium is sold out and will be televised locally, team officials announced Wednesday.

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Ribbon-cutting planned for new nightclub

Decibel, Rochester’s newest nightclub, was scheduled to be christened late Wednesday afternoon with a ribbon-cutting at 45 Euclid St.

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RIT to sponsor new media symposium

Rochester Institute of Technology will host a symposium on social media next month featuring leading experts and discussions on how it is transforming traditional communication fields.

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