Secklerism focuses on the intersection of media and popular culture — and parts thereof. It is eyeing the media’s evolving presence, as new channels emerge to inform and entertain. With marketing mania ensconced in nearly every aspect of our lives, Secklerism also is tracking images and messages marketers are creating, and the blurring line between editorial content and advertising. What’s new, provocative, inspiring, surprising, annoying, or just plain intrusive.
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