The Wolfpack returns to theaters Friday in "The Hangover III." They'll have a lot to live up to after the last film was highly criticized as a carbon copy of the first. Though the latest film will be a departure from the last two, it's receiving a beating in reviews. Show More Summary
National Journal and The Weekly Standard took very different tacks in their coverage of Treasury Inspector General J. Russell George‘s testimony before the Senate Finance Committee today concerning the IRS scandal. As a student at Harvard Law School… continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Horror author H. P. Lovecraft meets picture book creator Eric Carle in Ben Mund‘s book, The Very Hungry Cthulhupillar. With 11 days left in the campaign, this Kickstarter project has drawn more than $9,500 from its supporters. We’veShow More Summary
As she departs ITV News in London for NBC News in New York, chief news editor Deborah Turness has an appalling exclusive on her network today. ITV received video of a man with bloodied hands and weapons who claims to have just killed a British soldier in broad daylight in the London neighborhood of Woolwich. Show More Summary
After passing NBC in the ratings race back in early February, CBS never looked back, cruising to an easy win among total viewers and the two major demographics. Per Nielsen, CBS will close out the 2012-13 broadcast TV season with an average prime-time delivery of 11.9 million viewers per night. Show More Summary
The final viewership breakdown by stream of THE FOLLOWING – this season’s #1 new series overall among Adults 18-49.
Kristen Lombardi, the best reporter I ever worked with, has a horrifying new report on an environmental hazard you’ve probably never heard of before — “upset” emissions, accidental and/or unplanned dumping of toxic chemicals that is underreported precisely because it … Continue reading ?
The Internet Archive announced this week that it received a $1 million donation from the Knight Foundation to expand it’s TV News Search and Borrow archive of television news clips. As of now, the archive has just over 400,000 clipsShow More Summary
Have you ever followed a potential employer on Facebook or Twitter and engaged in conversations? According to Maximum Employment Marketing Group, their new survey introduced an objective and fact-based tool to measure effectiveness of employers’ reach to candidates on social media, better known as the Social Recruitment Monitor. Show More Summary
The National Society of Newspaper Columnists has announced the finalists for its 2013 column contest. One name to note: Roger Ebert. His column was nominated in the Online, Blog and Multimedia category. Congrats to all the nominees, who we’ve listed below. Show More Summary
DETROIT, MI -- About three weeks before the May 21 mayoral primary in Pittsburgh, an attack ad against a leading Democratic candidate, city councilmember Bill Peduto, hit the air. "We need a mayor for all of Pittsburgh. Not just Bill Peduto's neighborhood," the ad's narrator intones. Negative ads are nothing new, of course, but this one was unusual. It was...
ESPN is reportedly planning to fire hundreds of people for the first time since 2009. The company is still in great shape. It's still the most valuable media property in the world. It's still crushing its competitors. And it's still printing money. Show More Summary
Forbes‘ annual “100 Most Powerful Women in the World” list published Wednesday. Included on the list is Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren in the 97th slot. The bio describes Van Susteren as “the longest serving cable news anchor onShow More Summary
The Air Force is hoping to lighten its paper usage with 18,000 iPads over the next ten years. The cost savings could bring in as much as $50 million in revenue, some of its as reduced fuel costs. Currently, paper manuals can weigh as much as 30-40 pounds of paper for each crew member. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Online gaming is a growing industry, and one that Microsoft and its Xbox console wants to eventually dominate. Reuters reports that the launch of their new Xbox One could change the online gaming industry. It has been 8 years since the last version was announced, Xbox 360, and Microsoft aims to keep its [...]
This post was co-written by Public Lab organizer Don Blair. Public Lab is pleased to announce the launch of our fourth Kickstarter today, "Infragram: the Infrared Photography Project." The idea for the Infragram was originally conceptualized during the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and as a tool for monitoring wetland damages. Show More Summary
Thousands of library patrons around New York City have mailed letters trying to avoid $47 million in budget cuts at New York Public Library. Follow this link to send a letter supporting the library system. You can also see how many other library patrons in your neighborhood have sent letters. Show More Summary
This week, CNBC is hiring an associate producer for The Suze Orman Show, and Bloomberg needs a freelance field production coordinator. Meanwhile, The Weather Channel is seeking a senior director, and Fusion is on the hunt for a culture editor. Show More Summary
The Lifetime Original Movie Anna Nicole tells the rags-to-riches story of the iconic supermodel who captured the world’s attention with her beauty and unconventional lifestyle.
The late Roger Ebert is up against The Daily Beast’s John Avlon and the New York Times’ Richard Parker in the online columns (large websites) category of the National Society of Newspaper Columnists’ annual writing contest. (The winner will be announced June 29.) I’m told that Ebert submitted his entry weeks before his semi-retirement column … Read More