First Look Media First Look Media announced Monday that the company is establishing a fund dedicated to the legal defense of the press and its allies across the globe — starting with a case related to one of the company’s most prominent...Show More Summary
The New Yorker is publishing its entire print magazine online for free through the end of the summer. The free giveaway is part of the magazine’s digital redesign, which includes a new website, as well as a new mobile experience. With the redesign comes new content. Show More Summary
The King Of Summer since ’87, SHARK WEEK is back and so is the list of impressive marketing partners for television's longest running must-see summer TV event, returning to Discovery Channel
There are a lot of freedoms that come with being a freelance writer. You have the flexibility of choosing which publications to target and the types of stories to pitch. Not to mention you get to work from the comfort of your couch —...Show More Summary
During a segment on “Ronan Farrow Daily,” MSNBC contributor and Palestinian journalist Rula Jebreal took on the media–and MSNBC–for “disgustingly biased” Middle East coverage. “We are ridiculous. We are disgustingly biased when it comes to this issue,” Jebreal said, noting she thinks biased media coverage has helped U.S. Show More Summary
Across America thousands of gearheads have tried and failed to rebuild and restore their dream car.
HOUDINI, a new two-night scripted miniseries airing on September 1 and 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HISTORY
A genre-bending new reality series unlike anything else on television, “The Quest,” combines harrowing and intense competition challenges,
The mass media entertainment business is located mainly in Los Angeles, a city that comprises over 48 percent Latinos. Furthermore, 17 percent of the United States' population, or 53 million people, are Latino. However, mainstream media,...Show More Summary
Veterinarian Jan Pol has won over audiences with his no-nonsense approach to veterinary medicine — treating furry friends with unmatched compassion, humor and expertise.
Have you ever heard of Arthur...Artie Moore? Today - he would be the top social blogger of our time...bar none. In the early 1900s he was an amateur wireless operator - with a homemade receiver and transmitter - living in Wales. Wireless...Show More Summary
“Another blow to the struggling newspaper industry,” tweets the @dailynewshack. This photo, which is about a year old, is circulating on social media again. The newspaper shown is the July 18, 2013, edition of Lansdale (PA) Reporter. The photo “has been out there for a while,” I’m told by a Reporter staffer who didn’t want … Read More
I’ve done it, plenty of times. As a reporter, I’ve sifted through the aftermath of fires in Colorado, tornadoes in Alabama and hurricanes in Florida. And often, in the process, I’ve touched plenty of people’s stuff–teddy bears, notes, family photos. Show More Summary
Additional Writing and Support by Peichieh Chen Editing and layout by Hanns-Peter Nagel The post Taiwan’s Sunflower Protest: Digital Anatomy of a Movement appeared first on Flip the Media.
Just when you think it can’t get any hotter, more superstar performers have been announced for “CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock”
Cowabunga! In celebration of its landmark acquisition of the exclusive cable and authenticated non-linear VOD rights to legendary animated comedy The Simpsons
In a 17-minute segment on his new show "Last Week Tonight," comedian John Oliver ripped apart America's broken prison system and railed against Americans for not caring more about prisoners. His rant covered a lot of ground. If you don't...Show More Summary
The premiere episode of UNDER THE DOME enjoyed greater live plus 7-day playback lifts in viewers and adults 25-54
Three time Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters will guest star in an upcoming episode of Bravo Media’s first original scripted series “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,”
In Buzzfeed posts like "15 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Tobacco Ads," modern women can look back at the offensive portrayal of women in the not-so-distant past of print advertising. The female character of today's commercials are a far...Show More Summary