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FNC Correspondent Jonathan Hunt Becomes U.S. Citizen

Fox News correspondent Jonathan Hunt is celebrating his first Thanksgiving as an American citizen. Hunt went on Shepard Smith‘s show earlier this week to talk about his path to citizenship, joking that his swearing-in marks “the real start of the decline of America.” New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

#TBT: A Look Back at TV's Must-Watch Thanksgiving Promo Leftovers

This week's look back to television treasures of yore goes beyond Throwback Thursday. It's Throwback Thanksgiving! While we usually focus on unearthing memorable (for better and for worse) TV promos, an exception needed to be made for Throwback Thanksgiving. Show More Summary

On Israel/Palestine, NYT's Public Editor Seems Reluctant to Heed Own Advice

One of New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan's recommendations to her paper for improving its coverage of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict is "Stop straining for symmetry." It's advice she seems reluctant to take herself.

30 Powerful Reactions to the Ferguson Decision From Teens and Young Adults

On November 24, 2014, Prosecutor McCulloch announced the grand jury's decision on the Michael Brown case that has gripped the nation from Ferguson, Missouri. The grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson. The response has been overwhelming thus far. Show More Summary

FOX Pulls 'Red Band Society' From Schedule

FOX will pull Red Band Society from its schedule after episode ten airs on Wednesday December 3

CNN Wins Every Hour Tuesday in the Demo

On the day after the night of violence in Ferguson, MO, CNN secured a very rare ratings win in the A25-54 demo. CNN won every hour of the day in the demo, and also came in first in total viewers during several hours: at 5am, from Noon-2pm and from 11pm-1am. Show More Summary

The Scoreboard: Tuesday, Nov. 25

25-54 demographic (Live +SD) Total day: FNC: 457 | CNN: 695 | MSNBC: 151 | HLN: 106 Primetime: FNC: 718 | CNN: 862 | MSNBC: 236 | HLN: 139 4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a: FNC Cavuto: 270 TheFive: 412 Baier: 399 Greta: 426 O’RShow More Summary

New York Times published Home Address of Ferguson Police Officer Wilson

WASHINGTON — In a terrible journalistic move, the liberal newspaper The New York Times published the home address of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. Wilson is at the center of the controversy over the fatal shooting of a black teenager named Michael Brown. A grand jury did not indict him on charges, which led to […]

TV Jobs: Fusion, MSNBC, Nickelodeon

This week, Fusion is hiring a director of news practices for and an art director. Meanwhile, MSNBC is still looking for a segment producer for The Rachel Maddow Show, and Nickelodeon is seeking a creative director for TeenNick and NickMom. Show More Summary

Howard Kurtz Assails New York Times for ‘Reckless Move’

Heading into the Thanksgiving holiday, media critics continue to question the wherewithal of New York Times editors with regards to this week’s article “A Quiet Wedding for Darren Wilson.” Although the report by Julie Bosman and Campbell...Show More Summary

Workers Sign Petition Against Working for Retailers on Thanksgiving

If you work in retail on the side from your media gig, chances are you may be fuming about having to work tomorrow. Or you may be completely excited to earn time-and-a-half. In any event, according to The New York Post, disgruntled workers at various stores like Target, Macy’s and Kmart have organized petitions garnering thousands of signatures. Show More Summary

Rowling Power | Over It | Cuff ‘Em

GalleyCat: THR has named J.K. Rowling the “most powerful author.” It’s true. We’ve seen her benchpress a car. Fairly powerful. SocialTimes: If you need one more reason not to visit family tomorrow, a study found most elderly people would...Show More Summary

Afternoon Report for November 26, 2014

Nasty times: “You can’t visit any sort of a website without getting into a fight” these days. ( | More sites are killing comments. ( The first New York Times correction to include an illustration? ( NPR staffers are told to avoid calling Michael Brown a “teenager.” ( Vermont alt-weekly hires … Read More

New Yorker cover artist says resemblance to August cartoon is unintentional

The New Yorker’s new cover is a beautiful, understated take on the unrest in Ferguson this past week. It also bears a strong resemblance to an Aug. 21 editorial cartoon by R.J. Matson. (courtesy Cagle) Bob Staake, who illustrated the...Show More Summary

Bill O’Reilly On Ferguson: ‘These Looters Could Not Care Less About Michael Brown’ [Video]

Bill O’Reilly weighed in on the Ferguson protesters on his “Talking Points Memo” segment of The O’Reilly Factor, questioning the Missouri governor’s handling of the incident and condemning the looters who did hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to the town after the grand jury’s decision was announced. Show More Summary

LA Station Celebrates National Cake Day with Van. Made of Cake.

Happy #NationalCakeDay! Check out this cool @ABC7 news van cake from Rockwell’s Bakery — ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) November 26, 2014 How’s this to get you in the mood to strap on the feedbag and sidle up...Show More Summary

How Programmatic Media Buying Is Saving The Banner Ad

Why is it so tempting to dismiss entire swaths of the media landscape as dying or dead as Farhad Manjoo did in a piece for the New York Times earlier this month? TV is dead, Print is dead, and as Mr. Manjoo suggested, the banner is dead,...Show More Summary

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