In November, "Daily Show" correspondent John Oliver announced he would be leaving the Comedy Central news show to host a similar program on HBO called "Last Week Tonight." The new show premieres April 27 and will air on Sunday nights at 11pm, providing a satirical look at the week in news, politics and current events. Show More Summary
The debut of John Oliver's new HBO show, "Last Week Tonight" is still a month and a half away, but the first promo just dropped today. It promises one thing: ALL of the breaking news... on Sunday. Take a look above. "Last Week Tonight" premieres Sunday, April 27 on HBO.
CBS' Sunday news program will reportedly only feature Republicans to discuss the crisis in Ukraine. On the March 7 edition of CBS' This Morning, Face the Nation guest host Charlie Rose announced that the "main topic" of the upcoming show would be the crisis in Ukraine. Show More Summary
This Sunday’s Washington Post Magazine has three words on its cover that are kind of significant: “By Dave McKenna.” It’s not news that McKenna writes for the Post — he has served as a concert reviewer for the paper for … Read more
Happy Friday! Don't forget to set your clock back on Sunday! Because if you do forget, the Daylight Saving Time monster will get you in your sleep. In the news today: Trump Tower may soon be raining glass; an Ontario teacher who forced...Show More Summary
You might be thinking that EyeEm, a mobile photo-sharing app, and Getty Images, the international stock agency, have been in the news enough this week. On Sunday EyeEm announced that it is establishing EyeEm Market, a means for its members to sell their mobile photos and today Getty Images unveiled its new embed feature that […]
With two races already in the books, the Sprint Cup Series heads to Sin City on Sunday. Drivers will start their engines at Las Vegas Speedway for the 17th running of the Kobalt Tools 400 and we've got everything you need to know in advance of the 400.5-mile race. Site: Las Vegas Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Date: Sunday, March 9 Start Time: 3 p.m. Show More Summary
Hey, do you like schadenfreude and tears? Well, have I got news for you! Lindsay Lohan’s reality show, Lindsay, is premiering on OWN this Sunday, and it looks like it’s going to be every bit the gigantic shtshow everybody justifiably assumed it was going to be. Show More Summary
True Detective's finale airs on Sunday, but we have some bad news for HBO: YouTube user Big Meeting has cracked the show's central mystery wide open a full four days before the highly anticipated episode is slated to air. After watching...Show More Summary
After Sunday’s Oscars, when John Travolta somehow arranged the phonemes of Idina Menzel’s name into “Adele Dazeem,” Slate whipped up the ingenious “Adele Dazeem Name Generator,” which invited readers to “Travoltify” their names with custom mispronunciations. Show More Summary
Since you’ll forget at least 50 times between now and the weekend, let’s start off with a reminder that Daylight Savings begins on Sunday. In the news: A whole lot of Toronto schools are falling apart while the TDSB fends off more allegations...Show More Summary
John Travolta has issued a statement for calling Idina Menzel "Adele Dazeem" at the Oscars on Sunday. The post John Travolta issues statement about Adele Dazeem appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Four fired Chicago Sun-Times photographers are rejoining the paper this week. (robertfeder.com) Brian Stelter‘s Sunday morning CNN media show beats Howard Kurtz‘s Fox News “MediaBuzz” in the 25-54 demo for the first time. (mediabistro.com) Peter Goodman leaves The Huffington Post to become International Business Times editor-in-chief. Show More Summary
For the first time since former New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter took over as anchor of CNN’s Sunday all-things-media program Reliable Sources, the show edged out FNC’s like-minded show MediaBuzz in the news demo. Reliable...Show More Summary
This past Sunday, for the first time since former New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter took over as host of CNN's Reliable Sources last December, his show beat Fox News' MediaBuzz with Howard Kurtz in the 25-54 demo.
For the first time since Brian Stelter took over as the anchor of “Reliable Sources,” the CNN program has topped Fox News’ “MediaBuzz” in the A25-54 demographic. “Reliable” averaged 193,000 A25-54 viewers at 11amET Sunday, topping Howard Kurtz‘s “MediaBuzz” by +21,000 viewers. Show More Summary
Perhaps Chelsea Handler was not the best person to takeover HuffPo’s Twitter Handle during the Oscar’s Sunday night. The late night hostess and comedienne was called “disgraceful,” “offensive” and “racist” by a number of folks on Twitter after she repeatedly
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Oscars Rise to 43 Million Viewers, Most-Watched in 10 Years (THR / The Live Feed) ABC’s annual airing of the Oscar telecast dominated Sunday night. Final ratings for...Show More Summary
It's now been nearly 18 hours since the last Academy Award was handed out, which makes it an old story in today's hyper-accelerated news cycle. But here's a final observation - a question, really - before Sunday night's relatively unmemorable...Show More Summary
Today's talk you might've missed: John Travolta really does know how to say Idina Menzel's name, guys! Even though he couldn't say it - or anything resembling her name - at the Oscars on Sunday night. No one really knows what caused Travolta's trip of the tongue, but the speculation is that he was nervous. […]