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Lois Lerner’s Missing 30,000 E-mails at the IRS have been found

WASHINGTON — Lois Lerner’s 30,000 deleted e-mails that could detail her involvement in the IRS targeting scandal may have been found after all, reports say. The Washington Times reported the e-mails were found by investigators in the Inspector General’s office, but have to be converted to readable format. Show More Summary

Two More 'Police Incidents,' Shrouded in Media Euphemism

That so many black people are killed by law enforcement is a painful, difficult thing to face. Perhaps that's why media try so hard to look away.

Hallmark Channel's 'Countdown to Christmas' is Most-Watched Network Among Women 25-54 for Fourth Consecutive Weekend

Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas continues to burst with holiday spirit and take the lead yet again with its most recent original premieres, A Royal Christmas and The Christmas Shepherd

This NYT Reporter is Spending Thanksgiving in Cuba

There is an additional Twitter journalist account to be aware of this holiday weekend (if you are not already): @londonoe. That handle belongs to New York Times editorial board member Ernesto Londoño who, for the first time since he was a college student, has traveled to Cuba. Show More Summary

Here's What's New On Netflix In December

While TV series are about to go into winter hiatus with the holidays quickly approaching, Netflix has announced its list of releases for the month of December. Among the highlights this month are "The Wolf of Wall Street," horror movie...Show More Summary

Utah Anchors Parody Taylor Swift Song for Movember

KUTV‘s Heidi Hatch, Chase Thomason, Chris Miller and Brooke Graham performed a parody of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off”  for Movember, that month where guys don’t shave to bring awareness to men’s health. The Salt Lake City CBS affiliate...Show More Summary

Nearly 16 Million Tune in to Cable News For Ferguson Grand Jury Announcment

The news surrounding the grand jury’s decision in the Darren Wilson case gave cable news channels a ratings surge Monday. While the decision had been reached by mid-afternoon, news channels had 7 hours to consider the result as it was not announced until the 9pmET hour, when daytime viewership peaked. Show More Summary

Fast Track | Moving On | Dance Fever

FishbowlDC: An amazing graphic showing how Twitter reacted to the Darren Wilson ruling. TVNewser: Suze Orman is leaving CNBC. Please alert your grandparents. TVSpy: Don’t worry everyone, Dancing With The Stars airs no matter what. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

The Scoreboard: Monday, Nov. 24

25-54 demographic (Live +SD) Total day: FNC: 642 | CNN: 940 | MSNBC: 204 | HLN: 125 Primetime: FNC: 1.653 | CNN: 2.627 | MSNBC: 544 | HLN: 274 4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p: 12a: FNC Cavuto: 224 TheFive: 473 Baier: 583 Greta: 580Show More Summary

What we can learn from Robert McCulloch's media condemnation

When Steve Fox's undergraduate news literacy students attended class Tuesday morning at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, they wanted to talk about how much time St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch spent blaming the media the previous night for difficulties in the investigation of the shooting of Michael Brown. Show More Summary

Evening Report for November 25, 2014

When did “Don Lemon, CNN Anchor” become “Don Lemon aggressively subjective CNN polemicist”? ( Mike Sager talks to Elon Green about his memorable 1989 Rolling Stone piece, “The Devil and John Holmes.” ( BuzzFeed tells staffers: Bring in traffic and you’ll get an Apple Watch. ( Matt Gross has resigned as … Read More

Politicians and Media Incite Violence in Ferguson

The anti-police agenda doesn’t make sense to those who have seen the city burned and looted on live television on two separate occasions.

No Thanksgiving holiday for St. Louis Post-Dispatch journalists who cover Ferguson

Some journalists at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch won’t be able to take Thanksgiving off, Post-Dispatch Editor Gilbert Bailon tells Poynter. “Only those who are directly involved in covering the Ferguson story,” Bailon writes in an email. Show More Summary

Judge orders Connecticut publication to hold story

Connecticut Law Tribune Stephen Frazzini, a judge in New Britain, Connecticut’s Superior Court, has forbidden Connecticut Law Tribune to publish an article, Thomas B. Scheffey reports. The article, by Isaac Avilucea, concerns a document...Show More Summary

Game Show 'Baggage on the Road' Hosted by Jerry Springer to Premiere Wednesday, January 7 on GSN

GSN, the leader in game shows and competitive entertainment, announced today that BAGGAGE ON THE ROAD – a new, 20-episode traveling version of the network’s hit series “Baggage” – will debut on Wednesday, January 7

Fox News reporter talks about getting camera busted in Ferguson

Fox News reporter Steve Harrigan was covering the unrest Monday night in Ferguson, Missouri, when someone in the crowd busted his photographer’s camera. “When we got there initally we were surrounded by eight or 10 young men calling me Darren Wilson,” Harrigan said by phone. Show More Summary

Survey Shows Nearly 20 Percent of Workers Will Spend Thanksgiving With Colleagues

Sure, you’ve probably heard about the expression “work family” and with Thanksgiving almost here, it couldn’t be closer to the truth. According to a new CareerBuilder survey, almost one in five workers plan to celebrate the holiday with colleagues.  (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

'NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams' Posts Biggest Total Viewer and Demographic Ratings Since Sochi Olympics

“NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams” was America’s #1 newscast in total viewers and all key 25-54 and 18-49 year old demos for the week of November 17-21, 2014, according to Nielsen Media Research data.

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