Layoffs are taking place at two cable channels, according to a new report. Writing on Deadline.com, Nellie Andreeva reports that the NBCUniversal networks USA and Syfy are cutting their workforces. “The headcount reduction, which I hear affects less than 10%...
The daytime talk show “Live with Kelly,” which continues without a permanent co-host following the recent departure of Michael Strahan, announced the lineup of guest co-hosts who will join Kelly Ripa during the week of June 6-10. Here’s the lineup: Monday,...
The Husky 100 is University of Washington’s new student recognition award that honors students who make the most of their time in UW and best represent the Husky experience. The award includes both undergraduate and graduate students from all three UW campuses in all area of studies. Show More Summary
This week Brian and I discuss how the liberal media is trying to bury Donald Trump’s poll surge, the NRA’s endorsement of Trump despite his previous support for anti-gun laws, Hillary Clinton’s “Stronger Together” campaign slogan, Democrats considering dumping Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the head of the DNC, Brian’s Bretitbart article on the Postal […]
Album: Gas Food Lodging Year: 1985 Here’s the thing about the so-called “Paisley Underground,” the loose collective of bands that produced some of the greatest alt-rock of the 1980s: a lot of them ended up being proto-Americana bands. Show More Summary
A BuzzFeed story late today said that "a number of members" have left Twitter's roughly 25-staffer commerce division as the company shifts talent away from the buy button, which it introduced for retailers 21 months ago. The folks that...Show More Summary
Barnett previously anchored CNN International newscasts, and covered events including the terror attacks in Paris and the death of Nelson Mandela.
Gwen Ifill returns to PBS NewsHour after taking medical leave, with a big interview.
MSNBC was the No. 2 cable news network in prime time, both in total viewers and the A25-54 demo.
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Ifill's back in a big way.
A producer on an HBO show was one of two men arrested today on charges stemming from the overdose death of a dermatologist in 2015. The AP reports that Marc Henry Johnson, who was a producer on the HBO pilot “The...
If you are 21 years or older, on Snapchat and looking forward to Memorial Day weekend, Mike's Hard Lemonade has a story for you—about a group of friends barbecuing that become trapped in GIFs. As part of its summerlong "Come Out Back"...Show More Summary
Thanks to monster hits like Serial and This American Life, podcasting has had a bit of a renaissance in the past year, and it's also fueling National Public Radio's digital revenue. Over the past year, NPR says it has more than doubled...Show More Summary
Gawker was just handed another loss in court this afternoon, when a Florida state court judge upheld the jury verdict rendered two months ago in the lawsuit from Hulk Hogan. During a court hearing this morning in St. Petersburg, Fla.,...Show More Summary
Twitter and Pinterest have Facebook pages, but they only typically get a few hundred likes and reactions per post. Whisper, to the naked eye for anyone scanning its Facebook page, clearly outperforms them, and the anonymous social app...Show More Summary
Narcissism. It's a basic requirement for many entertainers, actors, television performers and most anyone who works in front of a camera and is successful. This is not a diss on narcissists. It takes a great deal to prevail in their arenas. Show More Summary
This was previously published on LinkedIn. Conservative pundits have criticized Facebook over claims the social network has willingly been suppressing right-wing news. The scandal has grown so large that Mark Zuckerberg himself had to...Show More Summary
Tim Giago (Nanwica Kciji - Stands Up for Them) It was around midnight when I heard the knock on my office door at the old Lakota Times office on the Main Street in Pine Ridge Village in 1981. The newspaper was located in the old Western Auto Store that used to be operated by Eugene Rooks. Show More Summary
David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, the creators behind this television adaptation, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel! Live to issue “a heartfelt apology.”