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National Journal’s Ron Fournier: Clinton Campaign “Haven’t Been Telling Us the Truth” on Email Server [Video]

MSNBC’s Morning Joe, where skepticism about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while Secretary of State has been surprisingly abundant, continued to delve into the issue on Wednesday. The National Journal’s Ron Fournier said of the Clinton campaign that “they’ve been holding back the truth and deceiving us” on the matter. Fournier was […]

What Gannett gets by getting bigger and why newspaper consolidation will continue

17 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

For three different reasons, Gannett’s surprise acquisition Wednesday of Journal Media (the former Scripps papers and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel) makes a lot of sense: – In the era of digital transformation, bigger is better. A larger audience translates to better prospects for digital ad sales. Show More Summary

Fox Dominates Wednesday Ratings Even as ‘Empire’ Slips

Fox had a pretty easy time of it in the broadcast prime-time ratings Wednesday night, clobbering its competition even as its juggernaut drama series “Empire” saw some slippage. reports that Fox averaged a 3.4 rating for prime time in...

Millennials Aren’t Who You Think They Are, The Economist Says

Go ahead and add The Economist to the list of entities that want to understand the mysterious millennial mindset. Working with Bloom Worldwide, the newspaper sought a global picture of the millennial mentality across four continents....Show More Summary

Celebrity Chef Dead at 75

A chef who was celebrated for his cooking well before the current crop of TV chefs became known as celebrities has died. CNN reports that Paul Prudhomme died today in New Orleans following a brief illness. He was 75 His...

James Corden Posts Funny Outtake Video From His ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Drive With Stevie Wonder — Here It Is

Following up on a well-received video clip in which CBS late-night host James Corden and music legend Stevie Wonder drove around filming a “Carpool Karaoke” session for “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” the show posted an outtake video...

Selena Gomez Reveals She Has Devastating Disease

Pop singer and former Disney Channel star Selena Gomez revealed that she has been diagnosed with the autoimmune disease lupus. The former “Wizards of Waverly Place” star made the revelation in an interview for the cover story in the current...

Drama Series Picked Up for Third Season

A drama series that recently wrapped its second season on cable just got word from FX that it will be back. The channel ordered a 10-episode third season of “Tyrant,” from Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning producer Howard Gordon. Eric Schrier...

Fallon Widens the Gap on Colbert in Late-Night

NBC’s “Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” put some ratings distance between itself and its new CBS competitor, “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “Fallon” topped “Colbert” by 41% for the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2 in the key 18-49 demo,...

Kevin McCarthy Drops Out of House Speaker Race

The California Republican, who indicated he will stay on as the House Majority Leader, couldn’t shake his comments about the special committee on Benghazi. His unexpected move has thrown the race wide open.

Gillette Shows Why a Legacy Brand Should Probably Never Troll an Underdog

Dollar Shave Club is known for its ads poking fun at competitors like Schick and Gillette, claiming last month to have become the No. 2 best-selling razor in the U.S. Now, Gillette is fighting back with a rather unorthodox approach: turning negative tweets about the startup into ads. Show More Summary

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