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ABC Dominates First Night of February Sweep

In young adults, the Net delivered its highest rating on the night since season-premiere Thursday

Stephen Fry Joins BBC America This February as Host of Comedy Quiz Show 'QI' and the BAFTA Film Awards

BBC AMERICA today announced it has acquired the Rose d’Or-winning and BAFTA-nominated comedy quiz show QI

Police and Students of Color: A Letter to the New York Times Columnist Whose Son Was Held at Gunpoint by the Campus Police

Dear Charles Blow, I was quite moved by your account (1/26) in the New York Times of the treatment of your son by the Yale campus police. I should like to share a story with you. It also occurred on the campus of Yale University. The year was 1968. Show More Summary

Daily Beast’s Romney ‘Exclusive’ Was Completely Wrong

Now that Mitt Romney told everyone he’s not running for president, The Daily Beast has some backtracking and explaining to do. This morning, the site published a piece declaring that Romney would run. There was no grey area; Mitt was...Show More Summary

Charlie Ebersol Teams up with Michelle Obama for ‘6 Certified’

Chris Marvin, managing director of Got Your 6, with producer Charlie Ebersol at Got Your 6’s inaugural Vetfronts event in Beverly Hills. First Lady Michelle Obama and industry executives launched 6 Certified in Washington, D.C., this morning. Show More Summary

Sling TV CEO: Millennials Like ESPN, Don’t Like Cable

Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch hopes millennials will like what his new company is offering: a chance to get ESPN, CNN, and other cable channels–without having cable. “We know that millennials, that this is primarily targeted for, love some...Show More Summary

Viral Video: The Best and Worst 2015 Early Release Super Bowl Ads

Are you ready for some advertising mayhem?! You better be, because, even though the Super Bowl is still two days away, loads of ads for the big game are already here. If you’re American, alive, and breathing then it’s no secret that, these days, companies are releasing their Super Bowl ads days, even weeks, in advance of the big game. Show More Summary

Venezuela uses US reporter's photo in tourism campaign

MIAMI — The Miami Herald’s Jim Wyss made a startling and surreally ironic discovery Friday morning. The discovery: Venezuela state-run media was using a picture of him to promote tourism to the troubled South American nation. In the picture he is being hugged by a woman under a slogan that reads, “We love Venezuela …. for welcoming foreigners as one...

WorldNetDaily-Backed Super PAC Gave No Money To Candidates

In an email sent in March 2014 to WorldNetDaily's mailing list, WND editor Joseph Farah did his best to talk up the new super PAC he became involved with, Takeover Super PAC. Farah and his employee, birther extraordinaire Jerome Corsi,...Show More Summary

Can Blind Auditions Change the Ratio of Women in Tech Journalism?

I am a huge fan of The Voice, especially the early episodes when a celebrity judge chooses a contestant based on talent and then discovers the person on stage looks nothing like what they expected. Sometimes the contestant isn't even the same gender. Show More Summary

Mitt Romney won’t run in 2016

Thankfully, the conservatives can now focus on Jeb Bush and his support for big government initiatives like Common Core, now that Mitt Romney has officially confirmed he won’t run.

Video news app Watchup partners with SB Nation

Watchup added SB Nation to its list of channels Friday, making the sports site the third Vox Media property to partner with the video app. The channel, which is already live on Watchup, features a Super Bowl preview edition of “Uffsides,”...Show More Summary

Outsports will cover the Super Bowl from the press box

Outsports’ Cyd Zeigler will cover the Super Bowl from Arizona on Sunday in what Outsports reports is the first time a gay media outlet has been credentialed to cover the Super Bowl. Outsports readers are probably used to seeing co-founder...Show More Summary

“Highlights” of MSNBC Reporter who called Chris Kyle a “Racist”

Thanks to the Washington Free Beacon, we have a mixtape of sorts (or “low-lights”) of the MSNBC reporter known for calling American hero Chris Kyle a “racist.”

USA Network Takes Viewers Behind-the-Scenes of the Upcoming Event Series 'Dig' February 23

USA Network will take viewers on location and behind-the-scenes of the upcoming event series DIG

Tom O’Neal Retiring from KTVI, Station Hires Replacement

“It’s been a great run, and I’ve been very fortunate to work in the same town for 40 years,\" Tom O’Neal, said about his plans to retire in July. \"It’s hard to beat the wonderful people in St. Louis and the talented people I’ve worked with over the years. Show More Summary

Consultant: Target Viewer ‘Self-Centered, Myopic and Terrified’

Remember “Michelle,” the cardboard cutout “viewer” on display in the lobby of WSPA? The idea, to serve as a daily reminder of the person “you want watching your newscasts, your stories,” turns out to be well known to some of you. One...Show More Summary

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