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Adam Alter speaks to Yahoo! Finance

March 13, 2017


Adam Alter, the author of Irresistble, spoke to Yahoo! Finance about how smartphones get us to act against our own interests.

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Adam Alter, author of IRRESISTIBLE, on NPR’s Fresh Air

March 13, 2017


Adam Alter, the author of Irresistible, spoke to NPR's Fresh Air about how smartphones and other screens are decreasing human's attentions spans.

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Ross Douthat reviews IRRESISTIBLE in the New York Times

March 11, 2017


Ross Douthat reviews Irresisitlbe by Adam Alter in the New York Times.

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Adam Alter interviewed by Scientific American

March 07, 2017


Scientific American spoke to Adam Alter, the author of Irresisitlbe, about why the new digital world is so addictive.

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Adam Alter interviewed in the New York Times

March 06, 2017


Adam Alter, the author of Irresistible, spoke with Claudia Dreifus of the New York Times about addiction to technology.

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Excerpt from IRRESISTIBLE by Adam Alter published in The Guardian

February 28, 2017


An excerpt from Adam Alter's Irresistible is available at The Guardian.

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Broadside PR launches an advice column with LitHub

September 15, 2016


Over at Literary Hub, Broadside PR has launched an advice column titled "Ask the Publicist."

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The Whiting Foundation awards $50k to 8 professors using humanities to enrich our lives

April 15, 2016


The Whiting Foundation introduces the the first class of Whiting Public Engagement Fellows in the humanities. Each Fellow receives $50,000 to pursue a public-facing project.

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Wendy Williams’ THE HORSE is a Wall Street Journal Best Book of 2015

December 15, 2015


The Wall Street Journal calls Wendy Williams' The Horse one of the best nonfiction books of year 2015.

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The Atlantic lists HOW MUSIC GOT FREE as a Best Book of 2015

December 15, 2015


The Atlantic's Spencer Kornhaber calls How Music Got Free one of his favorie books of the year, writing, "Reading How Music Got Free makes you wonder about the physical spaces in which the next cultural-technological shift is being born right now—by flesh-and-blood people who someday will need a journalist like Witt to tell the story of what they’ve done"

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HOW MUSIC GOT FREE named a Slate 2015 Gift Pick

December 15, 2015


Stephen Witt's How Music Got Free was recognized by Slate as a holiday gift for "anyone who likes to go behind the scenes of anything, not specifically music."



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