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Tiger Print is MercatorNet’s blog about style, fashion, trends, entertainment, new media, contemporary lifestyle and whatever.

Katie Hinderer is the editor of Tiger Print. Katie is an experienced journalist who has published on a wide range of subjects including business, real estate, higher education, fashion and pop culture, and in publications ranging from the New York Times to the hip-hop website Crunk Certified. Her current freelance portfolio includes RelateMag.com, an inspirational teen magazine for which she edits the web content and also writes -- mostly about entertainment.

Got some suggestions? Leads? Want to blog here? Contact Katie on katie@MercatorNet.com.

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