Existing Members, please login
Not a Member?
Three easy ways to become a member:
- Complete an inquiry form to have a representative contact you.
- Use the search box to the right to look up your affiliate and contact them directly.
- View a complete affiliate listing, select your affiliate based on location, and contact them directly.
For more information about membership questions in general, call 800-910-4283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find Your Affiliate
Because issues and needs often differ regionally across North America, membership begins at a local level, through your local affiliate association.
Enter your zip code below to locate your affiliate.
What is your Zipcode?
Social Media Field Guide
Could this show be any racier?
Lisa Kudrow stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday and admitted that when Friends first aired 20 years ago (yup, you're ancient), NBC was very anxious that the show would be too racy for its audience. (Mainly, the network was concerned about Monica sleeping with a guy on the first date.)
Luckily, a quick survey set the producers straight. Oh, how times have changed.Viral Videos, Friends, Entertainment, Tv, and Videos
A new Human Rights Watch report claims Islamic State militants committed a massacre in June outside the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. The report includes the first detailed interviews with the handful of survivors, who told horrific accounts of what transpired in the desert that day
Gunmen with the group executed an estimated 600 inmates from Badoush Prison near Mosul, according to the report, which also notes that the majority of the victims were Shia Muslims. The ISIS militant group is largely made up of Sunni extremists.
See also: Who's Who in the Iraq Crisis
“The gruesome details of ISIS’ mass murder of prison inmates make it impossible to deny the depravity of this extremist group,” said Human Rights Watch's Letta Tayler, a senior terrorism and counterterrorism researcher with the organization. “People of every ethnicity and creed should condemn these horrific tactics, and press Iraqi and international authorities to bring those responsible to justice.” Read more...More about Iraq, Isis, Us World, Politics, and World
The first trailer for Iran's first ever vampire western entitled, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, has been released and it's hard not to immediately be enamored with it.
Written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour and produced by Elijah Wood, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is set in the desolate imaginary Iranian town of Bad City. It stars Sheila Vand as the girl, a vampire who is stalking the town's inhabitants, but is incredibly lonely herself. The peculiar village is inundated with death and alienation, and no one who resides there is even aware that there is a vampire walking its streetsA Girl Walks Home Alone at Night has picked up plenty of positive reviews since it was screened as part of the "Next" program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The first trailer confirms all of the positive vibes that have emanated regarding the intriguing effort Read more...More about Iran, Entertainment, and Film
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer and social relationship and content-distribution platform SocialFlow announced the launch of SocialFlow for Agencies, a software-as-a-service offering geared toward ad agencies.
New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Time to start sweating, slackersHalloween has arrived and you still don't have a costume
Whether you unintentionally procrastinated or unexpected plans came up this week, don't fret. Though it's probably too late to make a contest-winning costume, you still have time to make the simplest of costumes (or you could express ship a simple Halloween hoodie).
No mess, no fuss — these costumes can be made in five minutes or less. All you need is construction paper and a T-shirt. Read more...More about Pics, Lists, Diy, Halloween, and Costumes
In an essay in Bloomberg Businessweek on Thursday, the Apple CEO wrote that he never hid his sexual orientation, but also never talked openly about it. This fact came as no surprise to many who knew Cook well; he told Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel that he had been thinking about speaking publicly on the subject for some time, and it was "not a reaction to anything" in particular.
Even so, Cook’s timing and choice of platform do raise some questions. Read more...More about Apple, Gay, Tim Cook, Mobile, and Us World
The hunt for Amelia Earhart's lost plane will continue next summer.
An underwater "anomaly" detected off the coast of the tiny Pacific atoll Nikumaroro could be the wreckage of Earhart's aircraft, as it is the right size and in the right location, according to The International Group For Historic Aircraft Recovery.
The original sonar image of the anomaly. It was obtained during the Niku VII expedition in 2012.
In June 2015, the group plans to sail a research vessel to Nikumaroro for a 24-day expedition to investigate the anomaly with a remotely operated vehicle, while divers will search the surrounding reef for other possible bits of wreckage; meanwhile, researchers on foot will scour the island for remains of a possible campsite Read more...More about Us World, Amelia Earhart, and History
Due to popular demand, the Mashable Media Summit is back and only a few weeks away. Media Summit is a one-day conference on Dec. 5 that explores how technology is transforming media, and a lot has changed since our last Summit in 2012.
This year we’re focusing on the evolution of storytelling through the introduction of new digital tools. From new modes of social media to innovations like wearable tech and virtual reality, speakers at the Media Summit will touch on a wide variety of topics.
Media has come a long way in two years. At the 2012 Summit, hot topics included introductory discussions about big data, enriching television with social media and using Twitter for focus groups. This year, we'll focus on how emerging technology is enhancing storytelling and how to tell a more compelling brand story. Read more...More about New Media, Branding, Storytelling, Media Summit, and Mashable Media Summit
When Nintendo games don't keep you up all night, the company wants to help you sleep as soundly as possible
The video-game giant on Thursday revealed a product called the QOL Sensor, a fatigue- and sleep-monitoring device that goes on your nightstand.
Earlier this year, Nintendo announced it was working on non-wearable technology as part of its new "Quality of Life" (QOL) platform to improve the way we live, and now we know a little bit more about what the line will bring
The first product is a standalone device, so you won't need a Nintendo game console like the Wii U to use it — although we expect you'll need to download a corresponding app to get information about your sleeping patterns Read more...More about Nintendo, Gaming, Tech, Gadgets, and Health Fitness
Fallon challenged the actor to play the card game Water War, which is mostly just an excuse to soak your opponent
We also learn that, apparently, Fallon did something unspeakable to the Gyllenhaal family. Leave Maggie alone, Jimmy.Viral Videos, Television, Jimmy Fallon, Tv, and Watercooler
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old with terminal brain cancer who had initially declared her intention to end her life on Nov. 1, will not be dying this week
"I still feel good enough, and I still have enough joy, and I still laugh and smile with my family and friends enough that it doesn't seem like the right time right now," she says in a video released on Wednesday by end-of-life choice advocacy group Compassion & Choices
Maynard was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma, a malignant brain tumor, in April; doctors gave her approximately six months to live. So instead of letting her cancer determine her last day, she had chosen to commit suicide on Nov. 1 under Oregon's Death with Dignity Act so she could celebrate her husband's birthday on Oct. 30. She planned to use a prescription from her doctor, but Maynard has since reversed that decision. Read more...More about Watercooler, Videos, Conversations, and Inspiring