Archive for the ‘Media and Alternative Media’ Category
After a deadly attack at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, followed by attacks on the U.S. Embassies in Sana’a and Cairo this week, the media widely reported the catalyst to be an anti-Islam film created by Jewish Israeli-American Sam Bacile. Bacile, at the center of this global controversy, claimed that 100 Jewish donors provided him with $5 million to finance the film in order to help Israel. As the JTA uncovers, the creator of the film, is neither Jewish nor Israeli; rather, he is an Egyptian Chrisitian living in California named Nakoula Basseley Nakoula. Despite recent reports revealing the filmmaker’s true identity, his widely publicized alias and lie resonated around the Middle East and will endanger Jews assigned with blame as a result.
Spotted by Daniel Lubetzy, by Julianna Storch
The New York Times ran this article about the power Dr. Oz (who I count as a dear friend) has in increasing magazine sales when he is on the cover, and the extraordinary success his TV show and persona have achieved. While the article accurately highlights some of the reasons behind his success – ie, that he commands trust and is attractive and a versatile medical authority – I think his single greatest strength is his authenticity as a human being. He is extremely down to earth, loyal, and a truly good human being who wants to help others, always. And viewers and readers can sense it.
This June, InStyle recommends KIND as a snack that will “fill up your tank without adding junk to your trunk.” InStyle loves KIND for being “the real deal – all-natural, low-sugar, low-carb – and they taste divine.” It seems like InStyle has really raised the bar on how to slim down for the summer!
Spotted by Daniel Lubetzky, by Adeena Cohen
Prevention Magazine awarded KIND Healthy Grains Peanut Butter Whole Grain Clusters with its Healthy Food Award, affirming that KIND Healthy Grains provide a tasty snack that’s good for you too! Prevention prefers Healthy Grains over other granolas because this healthy snack contains more whole grains and less fat and sugar. Editors enjoyed the crunchy peanut butter clusters with nut milk and by the handful.
Spotted by Daniel Lubetzky, by Julianna Storch
Check out this excerpt from Town & Country, honoring KIND as one of the hot items at TED!
Spotted by Daniel Lubetzky, by Adeena Schlussel
Dr. Oz, one of the top health authorities in the media, can’t just confine KIND to his briefcase- he has shouted it out on national TV. Dr. Oz told the viewers of his show that he “truly adores” KIND and keeps it stashed in his briefcase at all times. Dr. Oz praised KIND’s high protein and fiber that make KIND bars a good post dinner snack!
Spotted by Daniel Lubetzky by Adeena Schlussel