Merryn Johns, Editor in Chief of Curve Magazine, joins The Focus Group to discuss a wide range of topics related the importance of print media and what she sees as issues currently confronting women and lesbians in this election season. But first, Tim ponders the idea of joining the Mile High Club on Flamingo Air and John shares his least favorite summer job.
The success of every creative project rests on the power of its visuals. So whether you're using photography, video or a combination of the two, you need to know about the latest visual trends.
Matt Skallerud's insight:
The 2010s have seen big brands change the way they portray families in a bid to remain globally relevant and emotionally engaging. Marketing and advertising now commonly features single parents, gay parents, stay-at-home dads and blended families.
Despite recent gains in public support for the LGBT community, lesbian businesses seem to be left behind. Only 1.2% of businesses in the US are lesbian-owned and many of these face disadvantages. A new website hopes to change that when it launches this Pride. The Lesbian Business Community (The LBC) is the first and only online resource by and for lesbians and lesbian business owners.
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