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Did ‘The View’ And Jedediah Bila Part Ways Because of Hillary or Meghan McCain?

On today’s episode of The View, Jedediah Bila made the surprise announcement that she was leaving the show after one year as co-host effective immediately. In thanking the cast, crew, and viewers (even ones that sent her a lot of hate...Show More Summary

Conservative Analyst Scottie Nell Hughes Sues Fox News

She hopes "justice will prevent other women from going through the nightmare" she's experiencing.

Hillary Clinton Floats the Possibility of Contesting the 2016 Election

Hillary Clinton has been sharply critical of Donald Trump as she makes the rounds in support of her new memoir “What Happened,” but today she ramped up the attack. In an interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, Clinton not only questioned....

Laura Ingraham Gets Primetime Fox News Show

The rumors are true: Fox News Channel says conservative commentator Laura Ingraham is joining its prime-time lineup next month with a regular show. Her show, The Ingraham Angle, will air at 10pm Eastern, the AP reports. Her ascension to a regular show has been rumored for several weeks, since it...

Which NFL Players Scored YouTube Touchdowns This Offseason?

The National Football League season is nearly through its second week, and YouTube shared its offseason most valuable players. The Google-owned video site said New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was the MVP--most viewed player, in this case--of the offseason, as well as the 2016 regular season. Cincinnati Bengals WR John Ross broke...

Katy Tur Portrays Herself as a Persecuted Woman in New Book

President Trump has had dust-ups with various members of the media since he became a public figure in the 1970s. Recently, he has clashed with John Harwood, Jorge Ramos and Christopher Cuomo over everything from polling to immigration to national security. His set-tos with Jim ‘Fake News’ Acosta and Joe Scarborough are the stuff of […]

Scoreboard: Friday, September 15

CNN's North Korea special, reported by Will Ripley, was the No. 1 program of the night in the A25-54 demo. Rachel Maddow was No.1 in total viewers. Fox News ended up winning prime time.

BBDO New York CEO John Osborn Leaves the Agency for OMD U.S.

John Osborn is leaving the creative world of BBDO New York after 25 years to start on the media side at OMD U.S., where he will serve as CEO. Osborn succeeds Monica Karo, who has been promoted to chief client officer of OMD Worldwide. Osborn spent the last 13 years as CEO of BBDO New...

Report Zeros In on Massive Viewership Decline in One TV Segment

Overall viewing of traditional television has been declining, but one segment that has seen a steeper decline than the rest is kids’ TV. That’s the conclusion of a new study from Bernstein Research, MediaPost reports. “Bernstein Research says ‘average audiences...

The Laura Ingraham Show Given Official Launch Date on The Fox News Channel

Speculation that Laura Ingraham was headed to prime time on the Fox New Channel has turned out to be true. Starting October 30, she will anchor The Ingraham Angle that will air live Monday through Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern. The nameShow More Summary

Vox Hedges Headline in Fit of Single-Payer Skepticism

Vox’s headline-meddling provides an insight into corporate media’s approach to hot-button issues like single-payer health insurance.

Audio on Instagram Auto-Play Videos Now Works a Little Differently

Instagram quietly introduced a tweak to the way it presents auto-play videos. Prior to the change, all videos on the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network automatically defaulted to no sound, regardless of the settings on the devices they were being viewed on. Instagram Stories were the exception, as they followed device settings. Users who wanted...

Shonda Rhimes Partners With Major Magazine Publisher

Prolific TV programming producer Shonda Rhimes is expanding her Shondaland empire, forming a partnership with Hearst to create a new lifestyle website. Variety notes that the launch of comes just ahead of new seasons of Rhimes’ ABC dramas “Grey’s...

Rolling Stone Magazine Put Up for Sale by Founder Jann Wenner

Rolling Stone magazine, which became “the counterculture bible for baby boomers” after being founded by a 21-year-old Jann Wenner in a San Francisco loft in 1967, is for sale, The New York Times reports. “Rolling Stone defined cool, cultivated literary...

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