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Butt Injections Death: 34-Year-Old BET Employee Dies From Silicone Butt Lift Shots After Woman Giving Shots Runs Away [Video]

4 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

Kelly Mayhew was a 34-year-old employee of BET Networks, who had traveled about 5 hours in order to get butt injections, but ended up with fatal results. Now BET has issued a statement about Mayhew, who died after the woman administering the shots fled the scene. Show More Summary

How to Get HBO Without a Cable Subscription

Source: Facebook user HBO Finally, our days of freeloading are over. HBO - the magical network that airs Game of Thrones, Girls, and many, many more of our favorite series - had always forced fans of its shows to sign up for cable. But...Show More Summary

Here’s Cameron Crowe’s Excuse for Casting Emma Stone as an Asian Hawaiian

Cameron Crowe, director of the much-hated, whitewashed film Aloha is kinda but not really sorry for casting Emma Stone as a woman of Asian and Hawaiian heritage. The film itself was boycotted by the Media Action Network for Asian Americans because Crowe excluded any Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders from the movie set in Hawaii. Show More Summary

Joel McHale Joins New X-Files Season as Jerk Reporter/Mulder’s Friend - Don't Britta this, Fox.

1 hour agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Community's Joel McHale has joined on to the project as "Tad O'Malley, the anchor of a popular conservative Internet news network who becomes an unlikely ally for Mulder."

The GOP Contenders Getting the Most Free Exposure from Fox News

With the first Republican presidential debate only two months away, conservative contenders and pretenders are scrambling to claw their way onto Fox News’ ten-person debate stage. The cable news network, which will host the event in Cleveland, has said it will send invites two days before the Aug. Show More Summary

Yahoo lands rights to show NFL game on Internet this fall

NFL games are among the most-watched events on TV, making them a valuable commodity. The NBC, CBS, ESPN and Fox networks signed long-term deals in 2011 calling for them to pay the NFL an average of about a combined $5 billion per season through this decade.

Bold Predictions for 2015 SEC Quarterback Battles

The offseason talk has already reached a crescendo—quarterback play in the SEC is going to be down in 2015. As Dan Wolken of USA Today told Paul Finebaum of the SEC Network last month, "down" might be sugarcoating it a bit. "Let's be...Show More Summary

A New Campaign From EveryLibrary:

EveryLibrary, the library advocacy organization, has launched in partnership with the Creative Action Network (CAN) and funded by partners including Mango Languages. From an Blog Post by Joh Chrastka, Exec. Director...Show More Summary

Google+ notifications are now Google notifications in Gmail, YouTube, & search results

Google is back at it, making more changes to its Google+ social network across multiple properties. Now notifications that can be accessed through Gmail, Google Calendar, YouTube, the Google homepage, and Google search results appear...Show More Summary

Rubio Benefits as Some Donors Doubt Bush

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) “is benefiting from pockets of discontent in Jeb Bush’s sprawling money network, winning over donors who believe the 44-year-old freshman senator from Florida offers a more compelling persona and sharper generational contrast against Democratic front-runner Hillary [...]

New stills from Season 2 of Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn series

As we gear up for Season 2 of Robert Rodriguez & Miramax's From Dusk Till Dawn, we have a handful of new images to share! The long-awaited return of the El Rey Network/Miramax supernatural crime saga From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series is set for Tuesday, August 25th, at 9pm ET. Show More Summary

Instagram is about to add more ads to your feed

The photo sharing network is about to bulk up on advertising; will it wreck the experience?

ASRock Releases The G10 Gaming Router, Its First Networking Product

ASRock steps into the networking arena introducing its first MU-MIMO gaming router, the G10.

Watch Matt Welch Talk NSA and the Economy on Fox Business Network’s Making Money with Charles Payne from 6-7 ET

2 hours agoNews : Reason

For the full hour beginning at 6 p.m. ET, I’ll be on Fox Business Network’s Making Money with Charles Payne, talking about privacy, the National Security Agency, the economy, sports sponsorship, and much more! Speaking of sports talk TV, here I am on Red Eye last night, talking about whether sports stars should be role models for schoolkids:

Joel McHale to guest star in The X-Files

Community star Joel McHale has landed a guest starring role in Fox’s new six-episode installment of The X-Files, reports Deadline. McHale will play Tad O’Malley, the anchor of a popular conservative Internet news networkShow More Summary

Spoilers For ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Season 2: Cast List Shifts As Filming Slated To Begin

Season 2 of Bachelor in Paradise is coming up soon and fans can’t wait to dive into this summer guilty pleasure. Though the network has only shared a few teasers so far, Reality Steve’s spoilers are dishing out some enticing details....Show More Summary

Yahoo Will Stream An NFL Game Live From London

3 hours agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

The NFL is notably stingy when it comes to its broadcast rights, but later this year, the nation’s top football league will expand its distribution network onto at least one new platform. On October 25th, the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville...Show More Summary

Sportsnet and TSN argue over who has Canada’s most-watched sports networks

It says a lot about the often-murky world of TV ratings and network ownership that both Rogers Sportsnet and TSN are claiming to be Canada’s most-watched sports channels, and that both can make claims backed up by ratings numbers.  As Yahoo’s The post Sportsnet and TSN argue over who has Canada’s most-watched sports networks appeared first on Awful Announcing.

New Show Will Bring Together Families of Serial Killers, Families of Victims

Just when you thought our culture was maxing out on gnarly true-crime programming, here comes LMN: The network announced today that it's launching a new nonfiction series called Monster in My Family that will bring together family members of serial killers and family members of their victims. Melissa Moore, whose... More »

‘Showtime’ for Cable Cutters: Network to Launch Stand-Alone Streaming Service

Soon, cable boxes and satellite dishes will no longer be required paraphernalia to watch shows like Nurse Jackie, Homeland and the future episodes of Twin Peaks. Instead, Showtime will begin offering a stand-alone streaming service that asks only for an Internet connection (and $10.99 per month), the CBS Corporation announced Wednesday. Show More Summary

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