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These Drone Photos Prove That Everything Looks Cooler From Above

There's nothing like a good dronie—the unique perspective, the otherworldly imagery and the fun of a selfie. So, when users of Dronestagram, an app devoted to drone photography, were asked to share their best work, the results, as expected, were astounding. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton to [Finally] Do First National TV Interview

Hillary Clinton‘s first national TV interview since announcing her presidential run will air this Tuesday at 5 p.m. EDT on CNN. Senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar will interview Clinton in Iowa City, Iowa. Keilar is on her...Show More Summary

New Ratter to be Just as Dumb as Old Ratter

Gawker alum A.J. Daulerio is ready to give Ratter—a site he launched just last year—another go. According to Capital New York, Daulerio is preparing a new version of Ratter, after the old version crapped out. The problem is that the new Ratter sounds just as stupid as the old Ratter. Daulerio launched Ratter to much fanfare. Show More Summary

ESPN Moves Celebrity Golf Classic From Donald Trump’s Course

ESPN is the latest company to distance itself from Donald Trump following remarks made during his announcement that he was running for president. ESPN decided to move the upcoming ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic from Trump National Golf Club to Pelican Hill Golf Club in Greater Los Angeles July 14. Show More Summary

Want to get clicks? Write about Hillary Clinton as if she’s ‘the purest form of evil’

Vox Here’s why one reason why Hillary Clinton might have ducked questions from the press until recently: Clinton chroniclers are tough, unforgiving and they don’t let admittedly outlandish stories die. In a listicle for the explainer...Show More Summary

The Verge temporarily cans comments for ‘a super chill summer’

The Verge Add another outlet to the list of media organizations fed up with commenters. Citing a desire to curb the onset of troll-y messages from Verge readers, Editor-in-Chief Nilay Patel said Monday that the technology and culture...Show More Summary

Obama still Pays Women Less than Men, says Free Beacon

Well, the gender pay gap is a liberal myth to start with, but this isn’t helping their case.

Will Brands Come Calling for Carli Lloyd, the Surprise Star of the Women's World Cup?

The U.S. team's rout of Japan in yesterday's Women's World Cup final has led to talk that Carli Lloyd, winner of the Golden Ball as the tournament's best player, should be put on the $10 bill. But, while the chances that honor goes to her are probably not very high, the odds are considerably better that Lloyd will be seeing plenty of U.S. Show More Summary

10 Brand Tweets That Prove Shark Week Has Essentially Become a National Holiday

Discovery Channel is bumping up Shark Week programming a month earlier than normal this year, and a number of brands like Coca-Cola, Dunkin' Donuts and Jell-O are churning out clever tweets. Dunkin' Donuts is known for going all in on Shark Week (last year, it created a shark-themed pastry). Show More Summary

Buffalo Anchor Excited About Place in Local History

When Brittni Smallwood started anchoring at CBS affiliate WIVB, The Buffalo News reports, she made history in Buffalo. \"I’m really excited,\" said Smallwood, who is the first African-American to regularly anchor a weekday newscast in nearly twenty years in the market. Show More Summary

Ben Mezrich On Picking Stories to Tell

How does a nonfiction author figure out what to write about? Recently, Ben Mezrich revealed his selection criteria during a talk he gave at Google. He feels most drawn to stories that feature ambition, intelligence, and people who “game...Show More Summary

Sid Lee Looks East in Its Sale to Hakuhodo

Sid Lee's desire to enter the Asian market drove its decision to sell today to Kyu, the operating unit of Hakuhodo in Japan. The Montreal-based agency already has offices in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Paris and Amsterdam. About 550 staffers work at the six offices. Show More Summary

Episode 2 of USA's 'Mr. Robot' Jumps 36 Percent in Live + 3 Adults 18-49 Ratings

USA Network’s award-winning series MR. ROBOT saw strong growth in the L3 audience for the second episode on July 1 at 10PM, generating 1.41 MM in P18-49

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Joins the Cast of 'The Good Wife'

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan will join the critically acclaimed drama THE GOOD WIFE as a series regular during the show’s upcoming seventh season.

Al Jazeera Defends Video That Bashes America

Al Jazeera’s AJ+ released a video sarcastically titled, \"Americans Show Why USA Is The #1 Country In The World.\" The video mocks Americans for \"having the most incarcerated people in the world,\" being overweight and the nation’s gun ownership rates. Show More Summary

Amazon to Run ‘Prime Day’ Sale

Amazon turns 20 next week and to celebrate, the online retail giant is running a Prime Day sale on July 15. The promotion, which Amazon promises to offer “more deals than Black Friday” is available exclusively for Prime members in the...Show More Summary

Chris Christie Still Waiting on Apology From ‘Liberal Media’

Chris Christie wants to close the door on Bridgegate, the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal in which Christie friends/officials were indicted but Christie himself was cleared, at least legally. In an interview with guest...Show More Summary

Streaming Services Take Wraps Off Ambitious Lineup of New Programming This Month

Major streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu have a busy month in the works, with a batch of new series and new seasons making their debut on the streamers. A roundup of July releases by TV Media...

Los Angeles Times has added a reporter to cover Black Twitter

Los Angeles Times Managing Editor S. Mitra Kalita announced in a memo to staff on Monday that the Times has added a reporter to cover Black Twitter. Dexter Thomas joins us today to cover Black Twitter (which really is so much more complicated than that). Show More Summary

Turner Broadcasting Brings Brands Closer to Fans at San Diego Comic-COn 2015

The power of Turner Broadcasting and its brands will be on full display at this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego, with a lineup of events, panels, talent appearances, signings and related sponsor activations that showcase the breadth of the company’s fan-driven brands and unique partnership capabilities.

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