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John King Refers to Fox News as ‘State TV’

King isn't the first TV newser to use the term to describe Fox News.

Iconic New York TV Journalist Gabe Pressman Dies at 93

The longtime WNBC-TV correspondent reported on breaking news, politics, parades, protests, interviewed New York celebrities and international icons over a TV news career that began in 1956.

Robin Roberts Brings Back Podcast for Season 2

"My hope is that listeners continue to feel inspired and hopeful after each episode."

Megyn Kelly TV Ratings Reportedly ‘Freaking Out’ NBC Execs

Three weeks into Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly on NBC, the ratings have hardly been “yuge.” Despite all the hoopla surrounding the Alex Jones interview, the TV news magazine hosted by Megyn Kelly attracted only about 3.5 million viewers, losing to a 60 Minutes rerun on CBS, U.S. Show More Summary

Verizon shows Yahoo News Digest, a finite news app, the door

The Yahoo News Digest, a modern relic of the ancient time of finite news (a.k.a. a newspaper), is being sent to the app graveyard. The brainchild of a British teenager who sold it to Yahoo for $30 million in 2013, the Yahoo News Digest app found favor from users for its simplicity and strict curation....

Do you trust the news, or do you trust your news? In the U.S., there’s a huge gap between the two

“Only Hungary has a bigger gap…” The Reuters Institute’s Digital News Report 2017, out this week, touches on all kinds of digital news trends — see here for Nieman Lab’s general roundup and here for two of the report’s authors’ takes on how social media may actually diversify people’s media diets. There’s also more on...

Facebook Is Testing a New Video Tab in Its Apps’ Navigation Bars

Facebook confirmed that it is running a "small test," in India, of a video tab in the navigation bar of its flagship mobile applications. Abhimanyu Ghoshal of The Next Web spotted the feature in his Android app and shared the screenshot above. According to Ghoshal, pressing the icon, which resembles a play button, brings up...

ProPublica Adds Ken Armstrong as a Senior Reporter

In Dec 2015 The Marshall Project and ProPublica published an investigative project that resulted out of a partnership between the two organizations. Called An Unbelievable Story of Rape, the much-discussed longread about a multi-state search for a serial rapist deservedly won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting. The prize was shared by the two...

This Week in Photography Books: Matthew O’Brien

  This column is nearly 6 years old, and over time, I’ve told you guys a lot about my family horse farm here in Taos. It’s a very special place, as the 60 acre property has 1/4 mile of streamfront, verdant pastures, rolling hills, ancient basalt cliffs, and the Sangre de Cristo mountains right outside […]

What’s It Like to Be a Trans Person? MAC Cosmetics Is About to Show You

One of the time-tested rules of Branding 101 is: Steer clear of controversy. That maxim would surely seem to apply to the issue of transgender Americans, who've found themselves in the cultural crosshairs in recent months. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 16 states have considered so-called "bathroom bills" (which would restrict access...

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