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Trump’s New White House Communications Chief Loves a Good Fire
Years ago—many years ago—I was a Fox News commentator. (Forgive me.) And the Fox News exec I dealt with the most was Bill Shine, then the No. 2 at the conservative cable network. On Thursday, the
DealBook Briefing: Merger Binge Could Lead to a Hangover
Walt Disney’s $71.3 billion bid for most of 21st Century Fox is one of several blockbuster deals announced this year.
Another View: How Should Antitrust Regulators Check Silicon Valley’s Ambitions?
The ruling in favor of AT&T’s bid to acquire Time Warner may have done consumers a favor.
Declaration of Independence section flagged as ‘hate speech’ by Facebook, removed from site
Oh, the irony. A small Texas newspaper called the Vindicator had an idea for highlighting the Declaration of Independence. The paper decided that it would…
MIT’s PixelPlayer can isolate the sounds of instruments using AI
Researchers at MIT CSAIL have developed a system called PixelPlayer that can isolate the sound of instruments from videos.
No, Nintendo Switch isn’t getting a VR headset
OPINION: Sorry, everyone. While there’s a story floating around today about a “VR” or “pseudo-VR” headset coming soon for Nintendo’s Switch, it’s not true. Even by the loosest definition of the
White House hires ex-Fox News executive accused of cover-ups
Bill Shine, who allegedly sought to suppress reports against Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly, is new deputy communications chiefFormer Fox News co-president Bill Shine has been appointed as the White
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Political pundit and broadcaster Ed Schultz dead at 64
Former MSNBC host and liberal commentator Ed Schultz has passed away due to natural causes. He was 64. Russian-backed television network RT America, where Schultz…
How Smart TVs track pixels, communicate what you are watching to other devices, all to serve up ads
New York Times: In recent years, data companies have harnessed new technology to immediately identify what people are watching on internet-connected TVs, then using that information to send targeted
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∞ Apple posts three brilliant short films about soccer, all Shot on iPhone
[VIDEO] If there's one line that ties these three videos together, besides the fact that all three were Shot on iPhone, it's this line: Soccer is my passion, it's what I love the most. These three
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Women make history in World Cup broadcast booth, but not every fan is happy about it
The next Women’s World Cup isn’t for another year, but the ongoing men’s World Cup has still been a breakthrough tournament for women — in sports broadcasting, that is. In the United States, former
Rob Reiner reveals the truth about Donald Trump’s ‘classic fascist’ behaviors
In a striking case of life imitating art — or at least being shaped by it — Rob Reiner became a prominent political activist after playing one on TV. As Mike, aka “Meathead,” Archie Bunker’s left-wing
For The Last Time: NFL Ratings Are Not Down. They're Up, Compared To Everything Else
I am once again forced to use this space to explain something that is evident to anyone who has been paying attention to the nature of the television industry over the past few years.Read more...
ProBeat: HTC should kill its phones and focus on VR
OPINION: Let’s talk about HTC. The struggling Taiwanese consumer electronics company announced more layoffs this week: 1,500 jobs, or around 25 percent of its workforce. This has been long overdue,
How the water in a coffee maker gets from the bottom to the top with no moving parts
[VIDEO] This video (embedded in the main Loop post) is a fantastic look at engineering and design. Drop-dead clever. And many millions of us have the results of this single design decision in our
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They Aren't Your Friends
A good cover letter apparently should open with an anecdote that displays grit and character and perseverance; it should not just come right out and beg for it. Before I had the slightest idea about
Commentary: A case study in how the media use real facts to tell a lie
A story by The Associated Press has been making the rounds on social media over the last 24 hours, and it strongly implies that President…
Facebook removes gospel video from platform, says it’s ‘political content.’ Then FB speaks out.
Facebook’s social media algorithm blocked a gospel group’s music video because it was considered “political content.” What are the details of the video? According to…
Fewer Than One-Third of Democrats Are ‘Extremely Proud’ to Be Americans
Less than one-third of Democrats are “extremely proud” to be Americans, according to a Gallup poll released on Monday. Only 32 percent of Democrats rated... Read More The post Fewer Than One-Third of
Kimberly Guilfoyle: ‘I'm Happy to Give’ a 'Beatdown' to ‘Complete Liars and Smear Merchants’ in the Media
Kimberly Guilfoyle told Breitbart News Daily on Friday that she is “happy to give” a "beatdown" to the “complete liars and smear merchants” in the media.