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Edo raises $12 million for real-time analytics on TV ads
Edo has raised $12 million in funding for real-time analytics and insights for television commercials.
Bankrupt iHeartMedia hopes Apple deal will bring Beats 1 to U.S. radio
A deal could bring Apple Music onto U.S. airwaves across 850 local stations, but is it realistic given iHeartMedia's precarious financial situation?
Flickr ditches Yahoo account requirement and 1TB free storage, makes Pro plan unlimited
SmugMug-owned Flickr is removing the need for Yahoo accounts, giving Pro subscribers unlimited storage, and ditching 1TB free storage.
This is why you never, ever use Comic Sans at work
Nancy Dubuc started on May 29 as CEO of Vice Media, the $5.7 billion upstart known for its aggressively edgy attitude. Dubuc, the former CEO…
CNN, Hollywood Reporter Declare New Trump Ad Against Caravan 'Racist'
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to share a new ad on Wednesday evening against allowing the migrant caravan from Central America to enter the United States. CNN and the Hollywood Reporter
Netflix to release its Oscar contenders in theaters before streaming
Netflix’s new releases are headed straight for the cinema. The streaming platform announced the move on Twitter, marking a seismic shift in their business model. Netflix has released original content
Netflix changes its release model, with exclusive theatrical runs for ‘Roma’ and others
Netflix is finally changing its long-held policy around the theatrical release of its original films. In the past, the streaming service has been willing to release its films in theaters, but it
Donald Trump Defends Fight with 'Fake News' Media: 'I Have to Fight Back'
"Jim, it's my only form of fighting back. I couldn't be here if I did that," Trump said. "I would never be here."
MSNBC Guest Glaude: I 'Overestimated White People' -- Didn't Think They Would Elect 'Moral Monster' Trump
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” Princeton Professor Eddie Glaude, Jr. said he “overestimated white people,” arguing that they actually elected “moral monster” President Donald Trump. Glaude said,
Watch--Kris Kobach Defends Black Americans Supportive of Voter ID Against CNN's Jeffrey Toobin
Kansas Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach slammed CNN's Jeffrey Toobin after being attacked for supporting voter identification laws.
Nolte: CNN's Don Lemon Doubles Down on Attack of 'White Men'
CNN's Don Lemon doubled down on his attacks against "white men" Wednesday night.
Nolte: Poll Shows Voters Believe Media Have Divided Country More than Trump
Sixty-four percent of voters believe the media have divided the country, compared to just 56 percent who believe the same about President Trump.
L.A. Times Endorses 3 White Candidates in English -- and Their Latino Rivals, in Spanish
The Los Angeles Times is facing criticism after it endorsed three white candidates in its English edition, but endorsed their Latino opponents in its Spanish edition.
A Majority of Americans Think Political Violence Is Widespread
With some blaming Trump and others blaming Democrats in Congress.
Loopholes in Facebook’s ‘paid for by’ label shows just how flimsy its political ad archive is
Facebook's political ad archive never provided enough information about buyers, and an investigation by Vice confirms how fraught it really is.
Hulu launches add-on bundles focused on entertainment and Spanish programming
Earlier this month, Hulu CEO Randy Freer said the company would be revamping its Live TV service by dropping some entertainment channels and adding smaller bundles. Now, that change has come about.
How Do You Say ‘Fake News’ in Russian?
Russian news sites portray the U.S. presidential election as a prelude to civil war.
FiveThirtyEight Staff Finds Hundreds Of Nate Silvers Representing Every Voting Demographic In America After Disastrous Aggregator Explosion
NEW YORK—Embodying every potential voter from a 75-year-old Latina grandmother of 12 to a Generation Z high school senior living in the Atlanta exurbs, hundreds of Nate Silvers representing every
Al Roker Defends Dressing as White 'Back to the Future' Character for Halloween
Al Roker says he isn't apologizing for dressing up for Halloween as a white character after criticizing Megyn Kelly's defense of blackface.
Geraldo Rivera: 'I'm Embarrassed' Trump Playing to a 'Mob Mentality' on Immigration for Midterms
Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” television personality Geraldo Rivera said he is “embarrassed” by President Donald Trump’s midterm message, which he called “playing almost to a mob mentality” on the