We recently had a new publication in Physical Review Letters Our paper, entitled Entanglement-assisted classical communication over a noisy classical channel, by myself, Yang Lu, Will Matthews, Rainer Kaltenbaek, and Kevin Resch was published in Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 110505 (2011). This article was chosen as an Editor’s Suggestion and selected for a Viewpoint in Physics, which was written by Mark Wilde from McGill University and entitled ‘Entangled in a dating game‘ . It was also announced in a Physics Update on the Physics Today website by Johanna Miller and an article on the experiment appeared in print in the April issue of Physics Today: Entanglement cuts through the noise. Finally, PhysOrg.com writer Miranda Marquit posted an article on their blog/website: Entanglement can help in classical communication.