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ProBeat: Google+ is better off shut down
Google should shut down Google+ immediately. The social network is only resulting in security breaches and hurting the company's brand.
Twitch takes a look back at great moments in livestreaming in 2018
Twitch is looking back on the great moments of livestreaming in 2018 with its livestreamed Twitch Holiday Spectacular, which is a special edition of Twitch Weekly.
Garrison: Media's Smearing of Paris Dennard Reveals Their Totalitarianism
Paris Dennard has been a contributor at CNN and a number of print publications and has enjoyed great success, even as a conservative voice in enemy territory for that whole time. Like all who would
Cybill Shepherd Claims Les Moonves Killed Her Show After She Rejected Him
Actress Cybill Shepherd claims that her television series Cybill was canceled after turning down a sexual advance from recently ousted CBS chief Les Moonves.
CNN Writer: Melania 'Doesn't Understand What it Means to Be First Lady' Because She Criticized Press
CNN's Kate Andersen Brower criticized First Lady Melania Trump on Thursday over her complaints against the media.
This Is the Banger for…Your Bang
This week: “Call On Me” by Litany (Litany, 2018) Why we’re into it: There’s no time wasted with this track, because it throws you right into the fray with blunt lyrics and music to match. There’s
MSNBC’s Mika Apologizes for ‘Crass and Offensive’ ‘Butt Boy’ Comment About Mike Pompeo
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski apologized Friday for referring to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as a “wannabe dictator’s butt boy” just two days earlier. “I wanted... Read More The post MSNBC’s Mika
The Internet as We Know It Supposedly Ended a Year Ago, According to CNN and Other Outlets
You might not have noticed it, but the internet as we knew it ended a year ago today, at least according to the predictive powers-that-be... Read More The post The Internet as We Know It Supposedly
Apple is producing new content about Snoopy and other Peanuts characters
Apple has signed a deal with DHX Media that will see the Canadian broadcaster producing new shows, specials and short films about Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts gang. That includes
Poll: Cable news viewers more likely to believe political falsehoods than print, public radio consumers
It should surprise no one that where we gets our news plays a significant part in determining what we believe to be true. But lying isn’t partisan. Democrat or Conservative, both parties lie with
Western Journal: Google Filtered Our Site Out of News Searches
The Western Journal's Google traffic plunged shortly before the midterm elections.
Why PolitiFact’s Winner of the ‘Lie of the Year’ Award Is Misleading
This week, the allegedly unbiased fact-checkers at PolitiFact awarded their “Lie of the Year” award to the “online smear machine” that attempted “to take down”... Read More The post Why PolitiFact’s
CNN's Tapper: 'Insane' Inaugural Committee Rented Out Rooms at Trump Hotel
Friday on CNN’s “The Lead,” host Jake Tapper said it was “insane” President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee rented out rooms at the Trump Hotel. Tapper said, “I just can’t fathom the fact that
Media Misses: The Double Standard Is Real
The double standard is real and that was evident this week when Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” used incredibly vulgar language to describe... Read More The post Media Misses: The
After Relentless Defense of Khashoggi, Turkey Named World's Worst Jailer of Journalists
The Committee to Protect Journalists published its annual report on imprisoned journalists on Thursday, and perennial champion Turkey once again leads the league.
Paris Dennard: CNN 'Kept Me Off of Any Other Network' Through Midterms
Paris Dennard explained to Breitbart News how he was kept off television networks following his suspension by CNN in August, his former employer. He spoke with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex
NYT: Congress Fell into Facebook's 'Semantic Trap' About Selling User Data
The New York Times published an article, Wednesday, warning readers not to fall for Facebook's "semantic traps" on data-selling practices. In it, a Stanford professor argues "Facebook has always sold
SpongeBob is fashion now
In February 2014, shortly after taking over as creative director at Moschino, designer Jeremy Scott showed a runway debut for the Italian luxury label full…
IMAX VR: RIP
A regulatory filing confirms what’s been clear for some time — the IMAX VR experiment is over. This latest filing is the nail in the coffin for IMAX VR.
Nicaragua police raid and ransack top journalist's offices
Carlos Fernando Chamorro says Daniel Ortega’s ‘criminal dictatorship’ behind attackOne of Nicaragua’s most prominent journalists has accused the “criminal dictatorship” of the country’s president,