Taking its cues from Monday’s New York Times, Wednesday’s CBS This Morning offered a similarly fawning profile of some young girls in California who are “scouting for change” as they try to force the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to admit them as members as they preferred the BSA over the Girl Scouts.
I caught this house ad earlier today while reading The Washington Post. It comes shortly after Post owner Jeff Bezos told Charlie Rose on “CBS This Morning” that the Post is “working on becoming the new paper of record.” Bezos added: “We’ve always been a local paper, and just this month The Washington Post passed The […]
Following in the footsteps of Monday’s CBS This Morning, the CBS Evening News featured on Tuesday a segment sounding the alarm on opposition to the U.S. accepting Syrian refugees with the comparison that those Syrians who have settled in the U.S. are facing “another brewing problem” in those opposed to their settlement (after having survived the horrors of the Assad regime).
Jeff Bezos did something with a rocket Tuesday morning, tweeted for the first time ever, and, more importantly for our purposes, spoke briefly on CBS This Morning about his vision for The Washington Post, which he bought in 2013. The Washington Post part starts at around 4:30, but here’s a transcript: Those who’ve been listening...
On Tuesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Charlie Rose teed up liberal Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos to provide a free advertisement for his newspaper, calling it “the new paper of record” and a “bright light that helps shine light on all of our institutions in this country and the political process.”
Bezos joins “CBS This Morning” from the launch site in West Texas to discuss the accomplishment he calls a “game changer"
Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss U.S. strategy against ISIS and how seriously we need to take these warnings
Manuel Bojorquez zeroed in on the plight of a Syrian refugee family in Texas on Monday's CBS This Morning, and played up how they "feel misjudged after the Paris attacks, and after Texas recently ordered volunteer organizations thatShow More Summary
Friday's CBS This Morning hyped that "thousands on the government's terrorist watch list...bought firearms in the last decade...and all of the sales were legal." Nancy Cordes played up that a bill to "close that loophole" that has been introduced for eight straight years has "gone nowhere" due to opposition from the NRA and congressional Republicans. Show More Summary
Well, this wasn't exactly as smart as the iPhone… Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine was on CBS This Morning on Thursday talking about music for women — when he made a remark that was widely viewed as sexist! Related: Australian YouTuber Confronted — On National TV — About Lying In His Videos! Host Gayle King was asking Iovine [...]
Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine has drawn the outrage of The Internet this week after making some ridiculous comments about why women need music. Iovine appeared on Thursday's broadcast of "CBS This Morning" with Mary J. Blige to promote Apple's new series of ads directed by Ava DuVernay and starring Blige, Taraji P. Show More Summary
"CBS This Morning" co-anchors Gayle King, Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell defended Iovine
Jimmy Iovine was on trial by Twitter fire on Thursday night (Nov. 19) after social media users accused him of making sexist comments on CBS This Morning. While promoting Apple Music's newest ad featuring Taraji P... Continue reading...
Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine issued an apology for remarks he made about “some women” finding it difficult to find music, Buzzfeed reports. The cringe-inducing moment came while Iovine was on CBS This Morning with Mary J. Blige discussing a new Apple ad featuring Blige alongside actresses Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Show More Summary
Apple Music's Jimmy Iovine has apologized for comments he made about how difficult it is for women to find music. In an interview with CBS This Morning, host Gayle King and Iovine talked about Apple Music, and Apple's new commercial featuring Kerry Washington, Taraji P. Show More Summary
Like an over-the-air update to fix a faulty piece of software, Apple sprang into action following Jimmy Iovine’s Thursday interview with CBS This Morning — with Iovine apologizing for his sexist comments about women’s inability to find music because… you know, women. Show More Summary
Jimmy Iovine is apologizing for comments he made on CBS This Morning on Thursday (November 19). The 62-year-old Apple executive and Interscope Records co-founder made a comment about Apple music, saying, “I always knew that women find it very difficult at times — some women — to find music. And this helps makes it easier [...]
How Jimmy Iovine, head of the tech giants streaming service, took the softest of softball questions on CBS This Morning and managed to offend women everywhere.
Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine has apologized for comments made during an interview with CBS This Morning on Thursday, in which he said that finding music is very difficult for "some women." In a statement to Buzzfeed, Iovine stated: We created Apple Music to make finding the right music easier for everyone — men and women, young and old. Show More Summary
Apple Music's latest marketing tactic isn't music to everyone's ears The head of the streaming service, Jimmy Iovine, took to CBS This Morning with Mary J. Blige Thursday to discuss Apple Music's recent ad campaign aimed toward women...Show More Summary