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Ron Magers Set to Retire From WLS

Robert Feder says "insiders" tell him Magers could retire as early as this summer.

San Diego Reporter ‘Doing Great’ After Surgery

"Considering what she's gone through, it's really remarkable," said Dr. Jeffrey Schweitzer.

Hillary Clinton: I’m Not the Establishment Because I’m a Woman

It seems all she has to run on is her last name and that she’s a woman.  

ABC Under Pressure Over This Saturday’s GOP Debate — Decision to Exclude One Candidate Creates a Stir

Since ABC announced the lineup for Saturday’s Republican presidential debate, the network’s decision to exclude Carly Fiorina from the event has stirred up a lot of chatter. ABC revealed Thursday that Fiorina, who has been polling below Chris Christie and...

With Super Bowl as Leverage, CBS Is Going All-Out to Pump Up a Key Show

CBS is putting the heft of Sunday’s Super Bowl behind the effort to pump up the numbers for its late-night flagship. “Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” which has fallen well short of the ratings delivered by NBC’s rival “Tonight Show...

What Disappoints Me About the Media...

What disappoints me most about the media -- and I will throw myself into this -- is how we forget people, forget stories and move on. The truth is that we in the media can multitask -- do more than one story at one time. Yes, I know,...Show More Summary

Cover Unveiled for Box Brown’s Tetris Graphic Novel

6 hours agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

First Second Books has scheduled the publication date for October 2016.

Kiera Cass and Brandon Sanderson Debut on the Indie Bestseller List

6 hours agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

We’ve collected the books debuting on Indiebound’s Indie Bestseller List for the week ending Jan. 31, 2016.

WATCH: Hillary Clinton Won’t Say if She’ll Release Transcripts of Goldman Sachs Speech

She was paid $675,000 for a speech at Goldman Sachs, yet she said she’ll “look into it” as far as releasing the transcript to the public. Translation: Hahahaha … no.

Financial Scandals Follow Socialist Millionaire Sanders

Senator Sanders should be asked to explain how his opposition to severance packages for corporation executives squares with his wife getting a cushy severance of $200,000.

Studio Working on Acquisition of Pay-Cable Network

A Hollywood TV and film studio has initiated acquisition talks in an effort to bring the pay-cable channel Starz under its umbrella. Variety reports that Lionsgate made a “formal overture” to Starz, with investor John Malone bringing the two companies...

Founder of One of the Most Successful U.S. Bands Dies

The founder of a band that became one of the most successful American groups of the 20th century and an iconic soul, funk and R&B band has died. Reuters reports that Maurice White, the founder and driving force behind Earth,...

‘Friends’ Star Lands on One of the World’s Most Popular Shows

A series that has been one of the most-watched TV shows in the world is getting ready to debut its rebooted lineup, and former “Friends” regular Matt LeBlanc is on board. BBC News reports that the actor is one of the co-hosts...

Amazon Stores: Books, Branding or the Future of Retail?

7 hours agoMedia / New Media : Screenwerk

Credit: Yelp This past week there has been considerable discussion about Amazon potentially opening several hundred book stores in malls around the country. This was sparked by an article in the Wall Street Journal in which the CEO of mall operator General Growth Properties discussed these alleged plans. GGP subsequently was forced to issue a […]

Ad of the Day: A Kind, Curious British Airways Flight Attendant Falls in Love With India

In this ad, British Airways gives us a simple, beautiful story about falling in love with India. England and India have always had a complicated relationship, but British Airways just sent a love letter to India on Britain's behalf.Show More Summary

Budweiser Swaps Puppies for Clydesdales in Its Second Super Bowl 50 Spot

Budweiser today released its second Super Bowl 50 spot, a follow-up to last year's "Brewed the Hard Way." The Anheuser-Busch brand will run a 30-second version of the spot, "Not Backing Down," created by Anomaly in New York, during the Big Game. Show More Summary

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