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Alabama TV reporter fired over blog post

  Shea Allen, a fixture on the evening news for Huntsville, Ala., ABC affiliate WAAY, has been let go from her position for revealing confessions on her personal blog. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.

Social media help track property lost in Holocaust

When Cati Holland checked her email a few weeks ago, she was surprised to find a message saying she was eligible for compensation for her grandmother's Berlin store that was seized by the Nazis more than 70 years ago. Full story

No Matter Your Digital Marketing Strategy, Make Sure You're Adding Value

If your goal is to engage your fans over social media, generate sales, or position yourself as an authority, you must provide value and a reason for people to interact with your brand. Full story

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3 Innovative Ways Startups Are Driving Results Over Social Media

Japan gets Net campaign, but not savvy candidates

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The Advantages of a Closed Social Network for Your Business

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  Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank dish on their TV debut

TGT stopped by theGrio to talk about the “backlash” to the performance, social media, and why people take shouldn’t take themselves too seriously.

  Ex-tiquette: Reconnecting with old flames online

Maureen O’Connor from New York magazine and psychologist Jeff Gardere discuss how it’s harder to break up with an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend if you’re connected with them on social media. They explain when it’s OK to communicate and when it’s best to resist the temptation.

  Royal expert: Birth heralds ‘new era’ for royal family

Outside St. Mary’s Hospital, where Duchess Catherine is currently in labor with her first child, royal experts Camilla Tominey and Robert Jobson discuss the impending arrival of the future heir to the throne.

  Could other cities follow in Detroit's footsteps?

Aisha Moodie-Mills from the Center for American Progress, LA Times political reporter Maeve Reston and Matt Welch, editor-in-chief of Reason magazine, talk with MSNBC’s Richard Lui about what’s next for Detroit, Pope Francis and President Obama.

  The take-down power of social media

After juror B-37 announced plans for a  book deal about the Zimmerman trial, Genie Lauren took to Twitter in protest. Her outcry, and the protest of many others on the social media platform, eventually pressed the book agent to rescind the offer. Lauren joins the MHP panel to discuss.

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