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CNN Adds Tanzina Vega and Teddy Schleifer

11 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

It’s a new day, which means CNN has more new hires to announce. CNN Politics’ most recent acquisitions, announced this morning, are the New York Times reporter Tanzina Vega and Houston Chronicle political reporter Teddy Schleifer. Vega will serve as a digital correspondent and Schleifer will cover money and politics. Show More Summary

NYT reporter Tanzina Vega moves to CNN Politics

11 hours agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

New York Times reporter Tanzina Vega will join CNN Politics to cover the intersection of technology, politics and civil rights, according to a Friday staff memo from CNN Politics Executive Editor Rachel Smolkin. Vega, who will report...Show More Summary

Tanzina Vega Joins CNN

14 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

Tanzina Vega is leaving The New York Times to join CNN Politics. Vega had been with the Times for the past eight years. During her tenure at the Times, Vega covered a variety of beats. Her work was especially admired when she she was named the paper’s first-ever race and ethnicity reporter. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Is Signing Up For Obamacare, Despite Being Its Worst Adversary

Recently announced presidential candidate Ted Cruz has announced that he’s signing up for Obamacare after establishing himself as one of its leading opponents. According to CNN, Cruz is not going on Obamacare as some kind of political stunt or ironic joke, he legitimately needs the insurance. Show More Summary

CNN’s Peter Hamby On The Start Of The 2016 Race

CNN’s Peter Hamby joined me on the show today to talk about the launch of Senator Ted Cruz campaign yesterday and 2016 as well: Audio: 03-24hhs-hamby Transcript: HH: Joined now by Peter Hamby, CNN national political reporter. You ought to be following him on Twitter, @PeterHambyCNN. Show More Summary

Is Hip-Hop Still ‘CNN For Black People?’

3 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

The prevailing opinion is we have to look to the past for the days when hip-hop stirred the political pot. But a new generation of rappers has plenty to say—and we need to listen up.

White House: 'Death To America' Comments in Iran Only Meant For 'Domestic Audience'

CNN is reporting tonight that the White House considers the "Of course, death to America" comments made by Iran’s Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, as merely statements "intended for a domestic political audience." That clueless take would be headline news everywhere right now if this were a Republican or conservative administration. Show More Summary

Newt Gingrich Suddenly Concerned About Foreign Money Influencing American Politics

If we weren't already sure that former disgraced House Speaker turned CNN contributor Newt Gingrich's middle name was Huge-Flaming-Hypocrite, The Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich left no doubt on this Sunday's Inside Politics: KUCINICH:...Show More Summary

CNN Makes Adult Swim ‘Too Many Cooks’ Parody Featuring Presidential Hopefuls [Video]

It’s the viral video that has once again gone viral… with a political twist. It all started back in November of 2014, when Adult Swim created a short video called, “Too Many Cooks.” The video was a parody of old sitcom beginnings with a catchy theme song. The strange video started with family members and […]

“Too Many Cooks”: Election 2016 Edition is Glorious and Unnerving in Its Nonfiction

For better or worse, CNN Politics is breaking into the satire game. In the midst of what’s already shaping up to be one of the longest, most draining and theatrical American election seasons in history, the news outlet took it upon itself to comment on the oversaturated process using a familiar template. Show More Summary

CNN’s spoof of ‘Too Many Cooks’ took a few weeks and a ‘demon sheep’

On Thursday, CNN Politics shared a video spoof of Adult Swim’s “Too Many Cooks,” swapping sitcom characters for 2016 presidential hopefuls. CNN shared the video on Facebook on Thursday night with a pretty accurate description: “This CNN Politics video gets weird fast. Show More Summary

Here's CNN's Explanation For That Bizarrely Hilarious 'Too Many Cooks' Political Parody

We aren't sure which is weirder: this 2016 election parody of "Too Many Cooks" or the fact that it was made by CNN. The typically staid broadcaster ventured into decidedly more adventurous waters on Thursday, releasing a politics-themed "Too Many Cooks" riff on YouTube. Show More Summary

CNN Does Funny Thing On Purpose (Watch Your Political ‘Too Many Cooks’ Here Please, Thank You You’re Welcome)

Guys, we don’t quite know how to tell you this, but CNN actually did something funny. We mean, intentionally. How did this happen? What are the larger implications for cable television news, viral videos, the 2016 elections, and social...Show More Summary

Schocking!: FBI investigating Illinois congressman

More on Schock: The FBI has begun delivering subpoenas seeking testimony before a grand jury in Springfield, Ill. http://t.co/8Zykf0wzYL — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 20, 2015

CNN Made an Election 2016 Version of ‘Too Many Cooks’ for Some Reason

When you first saw Adult Swim's bizarre viral hit "Too Many Cooks," did you think "why doesn't someone make a version of this with political candidates and even less plot?" Well, you're in luck: just five months later, CNN has released a version that your poli sci major roommate is... More »

CNN’s Parody of Too Many Cooks Somehow Makes Less Sense Than the Original

last weekNews : Mediaite

Remember that incredibly dark short Too Many Cooks? Remember how much it made you go "what the fck am I watching right now"? Well, CNN made a political parody of that, because... because... okay, I can't actually think of a reason why, even for sarcastic purposes.

Mair Today, Gone Tomorrow

On Monday, Scott Walker hired Liz Mair to help with his presidential campaign: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's political action committee has hired prominent Republican strategist Liz Mair to lead online communication efforts, CNN Politics...Show More Summary

CNN’s 2016 Team Grows, Adds Sara Murray

Another day, another hire for CNN as the network has added Sara Murray to their ever-growing political team. Murray will join CNN’s 2016 campaign coverage as a political reporter, on both TV and digital platforms. The news comes only...Show More Summary

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