Le mariage de deux personnes de même sexe divise les Etats. En rdc, cela n'interesse plus même les représentants du peuple. Ce mariage resulte d'une emmanation humaine et aura des conséquences néfastes, à la longue, aux Etats qui le pratiquant. où va-t-on?
He was previously the Social Media Editor for Reuters, integrating the “ambient wire” that exists on social networks, where news now breaks before anywhere else, into Reuters platforms. As part of his mission, he helps Reuters journalists and editors use social media tools to monitor news, report news, and find leads.
Prior to working in Reuters editorial, Anthony was the Reuters API Product Manager working on strategic partnerships in print, online and broadcast media. Reuters Media is developing the next generation of media publishing, aggregation and management tools.
Anthony co-founded Neighborhoodr.com with Richard Blakeley. Neighborhoodr is the first and only hyperlocal blog network to leverage the tumblr platform, allowing anyone to find out and share what is happening in their distinct neighborhood.
Anthony is currently the editor in chief of the SB Nation Tumblr. SB Nation is the largest and fastest-growing network of fan-centric online sports communities, founded by Jerome Armstrong, Tyler Bleszinski and Markos Moulitsas Zuniga (the creator of Daily Kos) and led by former AOL programming chief Jim Bankoff. SB Nation is backed by mid-seven-figure funding led by Accel Partners.
He was formerly the editor in chief of GiantsFootballBlog.com, part of the SportsNet New York blog network from November 2007 to June 2009. SportsNet New York (SNY) is a New York City-based regional sports cable network which airs in the New York metro area and all of New York state, and nationwide via satellite. It is owned jointly by the New York Mets, Time Warner Cable, and Comcast.
Anthony founded HotFootBlog.com in 2006 where he manages a team of writers covering the New York Mets. Prior to Hot Foot, Anthony was a contributing writer for MetsBlog.com, one of the most highly trafficked sports sites on the web, drawing over 3 million visitors a month.