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Syfy Tunes Into ‘Channel Zero’ Anthology

In their latest collaboration, Syfy and Universal Cable Prods are teaming on horror anthology series Channel Zero from Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra) and Nick Antosca (“Hannibal,” Friday The 13th), reports Deadline. Each season of Channel Zero will focus on a new story. The first season of the series will be based on Candle Cove […]

Horror Anthology Series From Max Landis & Nick Antosca In Works At Syfy

In their latest collaboration, Syfy and Universal Cable Prods are teaming on horror anthology series Channel Zero from Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra) and Nick Antosca (Hannibal, Friday The 13th). Antosca will pen the script and Landis will produce and oversee creative direction with Antosca. Show More Summary

Friday Cable Ratings: CNN Beats Every Fox News Primetime Show in Demo

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

On a very busy news day Friday, CNN beat Fox News across the board in the 25-54 demo for both total day and primetime. Between 5 p.m. and midnight, CNN topped Fox in the demo for every hour, starting with The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, which had 405K compared to The Five's 277K.

Friday Cable Ratings: MSNBC’s Sharpton Last in Demo with 72K

last weekNews : Mediaite

PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton was the lowest rated show across cable news Friday afternoon and evening with just 72K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 6 p.m. ET hour, CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer was #1 with 252K and Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier was #2 with 250K.

Saudi Arabia Warns Citizens Not to Read Diplomatic Cables Released by WikiLeaks

last weekNews : Vice News

Saudi Arabia has warned its citizens not to read the trove of diplomatic documents that were released on Friday by WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks has already posted around 60,000 Saudi diplomatic cables, and the organization released a statement saying it plans to release up to half a million more. Show More Summary

How leaked Saudi documents might really matter

On Friday, WikiLeaks and the Lebanese newspaper al-Akhbar released just over 60,000 out of a half-million leaked diplomatic cables from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The immediate response to the announcement followed a predictable script. First, elites sympathetic to Saudi Arabia rushed to minimize the importance of the cables, declaring (remarkably quickly, given the number […]

WikiLeaks Releases First Batch of Saudi Cables

The website WikiLeaks has begun leaking classified documents from Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Ministry. The data dump on Friday included more than 61,000 documents, in what the site calls “the first tranche” from “The Saudi Cables”: secretive...Show More Summary

WikiLeaks to Reveal Over 500,000 Secret Saudi Documents

WikiLeaks whistleblower website began publishing nearly half a million classified diplomatic cables of Saudi government officials and additional Saudi Foreign Ministry's documents on Friday, in a trove it dubbed the Saudi Cables.

WikiLeaks publishes more than 60,000 leaked diplomatic cables from Saudi Arabia

DUBAI (Reuters) - WikiLeaks published on Friday more than 60,000 diplomatic cables from Saudi Arabia and said on its website it would release half a million more in the coming weeks.

Opinion: “The King” is the Ken I Want on Cable

Yes, I'll be watching Ken Shamrock-Kimbo Slice this Friday night, but here's why I'd rather watch Ken Shamrock running around in vale tudo shorts with a grenade launcher on cable television.

The First Complaint Of Net Neutrality Violation Is In, And It’s Against Time Warner Cable

Net neutrality only went into effect last Friday, but the first formal complaint against an ISP for breaking the rule is already on its way. The target? Time Warner Cable. The complaint comes from a video streaming service in San Diego, the Washington Post reports. Commercial Network Services (CNS) operates a number of webcams on the west coast. They … [More]

Time Warner Cable will be the first to be hit with a net neutrality complaint

2 weeks agoTechnology : Post Tech

The government's new net neutrality rules have only been active since Friday, but one company is wasting no time invoking them in a federal complaint against Time Warner Cable — the first one to be filed since the rules went into effect. The company behind the complaint says it'll submit the paperwork "in the next couple […]

Daily Show Rips Rachel Dolezal and Conservative Pundits Who Used Story for Liberal-Bashing

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Since he doesn't tape on Fridays, America wasn't treated to the Jon Stewart take on the Rachel Dolezal incident. But because this bizarre story of a white Spokane NAACP leader pretending to be black has become 24/7 cable news fodder, Monday night still felt timely for The Daily Show to weigh in with a segment of "WHAAAAAAAT?"

Friday Cable Ratings: New Day More Than Doubles Morning Joe in Demo

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

With 130K viewers in the 25-54 demo on Friday, CNN's New Day more than doubled MSNBC's Morning Joe, which averaged just 61K. In total viewers, New Day also beat Morning Joe, 342K to 329K.

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