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KSAZ Weather Computer Goes Nuts, Weather Guy Rolls with It

KSAZ‘s Cory McCloskey had some problems with his weather computer during Tuesday’s Noon show. Cities around Phoenix were showing up with super high temps. Pointing to the 2,960 degree temps in Cave Creek, Ariz., the weather anchor for the Phoenix FOX owned station said, “I think steel boils at about this temperature. So, Cave Creek, there’s probably nothing left up there.”

CC: Studios Renews 'Six Guys One Car' and 'New Timers for New Seasons and Announces Five Greenlights

CC:Studios kicks off 2015 with a new series premiere, two returning series, and five exciting shows in development

#TBT: Inside look at Meredith’s ‘The Better Show’

Today on #Throwback Thursday, we present a “Cubes” we did with “The Better Show,” which Meredith recently said won’t be coming back for a ninth season. The Mediabistro crew was hosted by then host Audra Lowe, who showed us around the...Show More Summary

'Sofia the First' Spinoff 'Elena of Avalor' to Be Introduced in 2016

will be introduced in a special episode of Disney Junior's hit series "Sofia the First"

Former KPIX Reporter Talks to Dr. Phil About Alcoholism

A former investigative reporter, Christi O’Connor, appears on Thursday’s “Dr. Phil” to talk about the alcoholism that led her from a successful career in television to arrests, and eventually, to homelessness. “Finally she says, ‘You know what? I’ve got to have somebody that can grab this thing by the ears and pull us back together. Show More Summary

Al Jazeera Wants This Memo Leaked

Salah Negm, the director of news for Al Jazeera English, is grateful that an internal memo outlining style guidelines was leaked this week. In fact, he sent a memo to staff calling the leak a “blessing” and thanking whoever leaked the...Show More Summary

'This Week with George Stephanopoulos' Ranks No.1 on Sunday in Adults 25-54

ABC News’ “This Week” is the Only Public Affairs Program to Improve Week to Week

'Good Morning America' is #1 for the Week of January 19th

“GMA” is Delivering its Largest Adults 25-54 Season Margin Over NBC’s “Today” in 23 Years

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Jan. 19

NBC’s “Today” came within 4,000 viewers of No. 1 “Good Morning America” in the all-important A25-54 demo. In fact, “Today” won 3 of 4 days last week (Due to the Martin Luther King holiday Monday’s shows were coded as specials and are...Show More Summary

NY Mayor’s Ridiculously Photogenic Sign Language Guy on ‘Good Day New York’

Johnathan Lamberton was on “Good Day New York” this morning. You might know Johnathan from New York Mayor Bill De Blasio’s press conferences during Winter Storm Juno and “The Daily Show with John Stewart.” Lamberton, who is deaf, brought his wife and his own interpreter to talk about sign language with hosts Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto. Show More Summary

NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin Accuses ‘American Sniper’ Chris Kyle of Going on ‘Killing Sprees’

In a discussion of the hit film “American Sniper” on Thursday morning’s “Morning Joe,” NBC News foreign correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin described the film’s subject, Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, as “racist,” and suggested Kyle went on “killing sprees” in Iraq. The comment was immediately questioned by co-host Joe Scarborough. Show More Summary

‘Sorry, Joe': CNN’s ‘New Day’ Brags About Winning Streak

CNN’s “New Day” has momentum, and the network is ready to brag about it. In a full-page ad in The New York Times today, CNN teases MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough, saying “Sorry, Joe, while you were leaning forward, we were...Show More Summary

How Kate Snow Got an Interview with the Man Trapped in His Own Body

NBC News national correspondent Kate Snow was driving home from work a few weeks ago when she heard the story of Martin Pistorius. “I was listening to NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ and heard a piece that was focused on how people process situations in their minds. Show More Summary

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