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Nevada Redistricting Ruling

Las Vegas Redistricting — Fair or Gerrymandering?

By Erin Walsh / November 3, 2011

Issues of racial gerrymandering and fracturing are at the heart of a recent court ruling that is roiling Nevada politics in advance of the 2012 elections. The ruling, announced by…

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Famous welcome sign, Las Vegas, Nevada.

How Las Vegas Hotel Bookings May Impact the Las Vegas Economy

By Erin Walsh / August 10, 2011

In my recent post titled “How Hotels are Bringing Back the Battered Las Vegas Economy ”, we discussed the future of the hotel occupancy rates and the effect it has…

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Hospitality and Design Expo

How Hotels are Bringing Back the Battered Las Vegas Economy

By Erin Walsh / August 8, 2011

Economic recovery for Las Vegas is the first thing that comes to mind when Las Vegans talk about their community. Our entire city is hopeful that we can soon take…

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Las Vegas Trade Show Exhibit

LVCVA Team Works to Increase International Travel and Tourism in Las Vegas

By Erin Walsh / July 14, 2011

The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) reports record-breaking numbers in international travel and tourism. The U.S. Department of Commerce and Research reported that, during 2010, 18% of Las…

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Internet New Media

Who’s Reading What in the World of New Media?

By Erin Walsh / July 6, 2011

On Wednesday, I discussed the ways that journalists aren’t going to be up to the task of living and working in the New Media, unless they specifically make themselves ready…

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Traditional Journalists

Are Traditional Journalists the Next Endangered Species?

By Erin Walsh / June 29, 2011

In my last post entitled, “Cyber Journalism and the Future of New Media”, we embarked on a pretty sensitive topic for many journalists. The fact of the matter is that…

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