Introducing CJRW's new sports media training programs: "Coaching the Coaches" and "In the Spotlight." The new programs focus on training coaches and players on dealing with the media.
A number of consumers don’t like annoying ads, ad clutter, slow-loading sites and sites that use way too much data due to too many ads. Ad-blocking companies are making it easier for users to control their experience by blocking ads on all sites or the sites they select. So, are consumers that use ad blockers all pirates? Are they consuming free content but not letting sites make ad revenue? Or did publishers and marketers bring this upon themselves?