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Starz Greenlights ‘Nude’ Project

The pay-cable channel Starz has given a green light to a new project called “Nude,” a documentary from director and producer Anthony B. Sacco and producer Josh Shader. The film focuses on treats! magazine founder Steve Shaw and photographer David Bellemere’s...

Starz Greenlights ‘NUDE’ Documentary About Treats! Magazine Founder Steve Shaw and Photographer David Bellemere

Press Release from Starz, Nov. 29, 2016: Starz announced today that it has greenlit the documentary film “NUDE” from Director and Producer Anthony B. Sacco (DGA Award Winner for the STARZ Original series “The Chair”) and Producer Josh Shader (Television...

Israel Balderas Leaves WPTV

"I'm looking forward to taking what I know and love into the classroom"

If Trump Tweets Something, Is It News?

Donald Trump’s tweets received rabid attention from the news media throughout the campaign, and now that he’s the president-elect, that coverage hasn’t let up. “Since Election Day, President-elect Donald J. Trump has proposed a U-turn in American diplomatic relations with Cuba,...

Legendary Producer and TV Executive Dies

A longtime broadcast boss and TV producer who was one of the most well-liked executives in the business has died. The Los Angeles Times reports that Grant Tinker died Monday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 90. Tinker...

Morning Show Ratings: Week of Nov. 21

CBS This Morning was up double digits vs. Thanksgiving week last year.

Scoreboard: Monday, November 28

Bill O'Reilly topped 5.5 million viewers in two airings; Jake Tapper's 4pm show was CNN's most-watched of the day; MSNBC topped CNN in prime time viewers.

Netflix Adds Downloading to Its Service

Netflix announced today that it has added a feature that enables its members to download movies and TV shows at no extra cost. “While many members enjoy watching Netflix at home, we’ve often heard they also want to continue their...

FDA Takes Step Toward Legalization of Ecstasy

It turns out the drug ecstasy, which is generally used recreationally, may also have some medicinal value. The New York Post reports that the FDA, which has already held successful preliminary trials, is moving forward with a large-scale study of...

Best News Bloopers for November

From “Camaros and Catholics” to a naked pizza parlor robbery suspect, a video clip posted this week compiles a set of news bloopers for the month of November 2016. Posted Tuesday, the YouTube clip runs a little over 11 minutes...

Scoreboard: Sunday, November 27

An encore of the film adaptation of Bill O'Reilly's best selling Killing Kennedy won its timeslot Sunday night.

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