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Amazon’s ‘Alexa Blueprints’ can now be published publicly on the US Alexa Skills Store

Amazon’s ‘Alexa Blueprints’ can now be published publicly on the US Alexa Skills Store

Last year, Amazon introduced Alexa Blueprints, a way for an Alexa device owner to create their own customized voice skills and Alexa responses without needing to know how to code. These skills — like
BuzzFeed Employees Vote to Unionize After Major Layoffs

BuzzFeed Employees Vote to Unionize After Major Layoffs

Issues on the table: Pay disparities, benefits, diversity, and job security.
BuzzFeed Employees Vote to Unionize After Major Layoffs

BuzzFeed Employees Vote to Unionize After Major Layoffs

Issues on the table: Pay disparities, benefits, diversity, and job security.

Tom Cotton: Media Complicit in Sending AOC's Green New Deal Gaffe 'Down the Memory Hole'

Tuesday on Hugh Hewitt’s nationally syndicated radio show, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) argued the media should have done more to scrutinize Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) so-called Green New Deal
Poll: Media's All-Out Assault on Trump Only Hurts Trust in Journalists

Poll: Media's All-Out Assault on Trump Only Hurts Trust in Journalists

The media's hate campaign against Trump, a campaign waged with fake news, conspiracy theories, bigotry, and flat-out lies has only resulted in a backlash against this very same media
Delingpole: No, Climate Change Is Not Wiping Out the World's Insects

Delingpole: No, Climate Change Is Not Wiping Out the World's Insects

If you believe the Guardian and the BBC, the world is on the brink of Insectapocalypse: A mass extinction of creepy crawlies that threatens the "collapse of nature."
MSNBC Analyst: Hannity Will 'Fold Like a Cheap Suit' and Support 'Garbage Compromise'

MSNBC Analyst: Hannity Will 'Fold Like a Cheap Suit' and Support 'Garbage Compromise'

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” former Justice Department spokesman and network justice and security analyst Matt Miller predicted Fox News host Sean Hannity would “fold like a cheap suit,” and no
Jack Dorsey’s ‘chaotic’ interview proves Twitter will never be the place for deep conversations

Jack Dorsey’s ‘chaotic’ interview proves Twitter will never be the place for deep conversations

Jack Dorsey's interview with Recode's Kara Swisher was hard to follow. But Twitter's UX issues aren't the only thing making it hard for users to converse.

Sling TV closes year with 2.4 million subscribers, but growth slowed significantly

Sling TV’s growth has slowed dramatically as the competitive landscape for live TV streaming services has heated up. Despite this, the Dish -owned streaming service remains ahead of rivals in terms of
‘National Geographic’ Increases Ideological Diversity By Hiring First Anti-Tree-Frog Writer

‘National Geographic’ Increases Ideological Diversity By Hiring First Anti-Tree-Frog Writer

WASHINGTON—As part of an ongoing effort to promote voices historically neglected by the magazine, National Geographic announced Wednesday that it would expand the ideological diversity of its masthead
Scarborough: Trump Supporters Are 'in an Alternative Reality'

Scarborough: Trump Supporters Are 'in an Alternative Reality'

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough accused President Donald Trump’s base of being “in an alternate reality” because his supporters at a rally in El Paso, TX, applauded him for
MSNBC's Ruhle Predicts Michael Bloomberg to Run for President in 2020; Open to Being His Press Secretary

MSNBC's Ruhle Predicts Michael Bloomberg to Run for President in 2020; Open to Being His Press Secretary

On Wednesday broadcast of Hugh Hewitt’s nationally syndicated radio show, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle weighed in on the possibility former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg running for president.
Watch: Jussie Smollett Cries in First Interview Since Alleged Attack

Watch: Jussie Smollett Cries in First Interview Since Alleged Attack

Empire actor Jussie Smollett welled up in his first interview since his alleged attack last Month. The sit-down, conducted by ABC News' Robin Roberts, is slated to air Thursday morning.
Media Fail: Polls Confirm Surging Support for Trump

Media Fail: Polls Confirm Surging Support for Trump

Polling from Politico/Morning Consult shows support for President Trump and the border wall both moved in his direction since the beginning of the month.
New Apple subscription services alone don’t justify a March event (updated)

New Apple subscription services alone don’t justify a March event (updated)

Apple's media events are typically big deals, including announcements worth rounding up journalists from across the world. Are subscription services enough?

Saving One of America’s Last Black Women’s Colleges

Just two months ago, Bennett College looked like it might have to close its doors. One of the last two remaining historically black colleges for women, Bennett lacked the funds needed to meet its
Wattpad’s latest deal will turn its stories into TV shows and movies in Korea

Wattpad’s latest deal will turn its stories into TV shows and movies in Korea

Wattpad’s ambitions to grow beyond a storytelling community for young adults took another leap forward today with the announcement of a new partnership that will help expand its reach in Asia. The
Brie Larson Doesn't Want Her ‘Captain Marvel’ Press Tour 'To Be Overwhelmingly White Male’

Brie Larson Doesn't Want Her ‘Captain Marvel’ Press Tour 'To Be Overwhelmingly White Male’

Actress Brie Larson said in a new interview that she is taking an active role in the press runs for her films to make sure they are "more inclusive."
Apple Wants 50% of Publishers' Revenue for News Subscription Service

Apple Wants 50% of Publishers' Revenue for News Subscription Service

Apple reportedly plans to take 50 percent of the revenue generated by publisher's using the company's upcoming news subscription service.
Philippines Arrests Time Person of the Year on 'Cyber Libel' Charges

Philippines Arrests Time Person of the Year on 'Cyber Libel' Charges

Police in the Philippines arrested Maria Ressa, the CEO of the major online publication Rappler, and former Rappler reporter Reynaldo Santos, Jr., on Wednesday on charges of "cyber libel" for an