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Facebook Is Paying a British Newspaper to Run Facebook-Friendly Sponsored Content
Facebook is paying British newspaper the Daily Telegraph to run a series of sponsored articles called “Being human in the information age” defending it against claims it is encouraging the spread of
A close look at Apple’s brand new Powerbeats Pro
[VIDEO] Nice detailed review from The Verge. If you are considering buying the new AirPods or prefer the noise-muffling benefits and fit of in-ear earbuds, spend some time reading through this
Tech & Science
MSNBC's Wallace: After Trump's 'Very Troubling Public Appearances,' Diagnosis Necessary
Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” host Nicolle Wallace said she’s “worried about” President Donald Trump’s stability after a number of statements he made during public appearances yesterday. After
SiriusXM and Pandora launch Pandora NOW, the first Pandora station that streams on both services
More changes are coming to Pandora, following the $3.5 billion acquisition by SiriusXM last year. The company today launched a new station called Pandora NOW, powered by Pandora listener data, which
John Cho will lead Netflix’s live-action version of ‘Cowboy Bebop’
A live-action version of the anime series “Cowboy Bebop” has been in and out of development for years, but it looks like Netflix is actually going to make it a reality. The streaming service announced
Bumble goes to print with its new lifestyle magazine, Bumble Mag
Bumble is the latest digital brand to try to extend its reach through a print publication. The dating app maker today announced the launch of Bumble Mag, a lifestyle publication it produced in
NRA: Women coming out against Joe Biden are part of a liberal plot to ‘take your guns away’
NRA TV host Grant Stinchfield posited on Thursday that Democrats may be trying to push Joe Biden out of the presidential race as part of a plot to curb gun ownership in the U.S. In his Wednesday NRA
Nolte: Mueller's Dirty Cops Leak Innuendo to Keep Russia Hoax Alive
The disgraceful team of partisan investigators hired by Dirty Cop Robert Mueller just disgraced themselves further through a series of unforgivable leaks to the fake news media. Obviously angry over
The GOP is in the awkward position to help the media Trump hates
The bipartisan Journalism Competition and Preservation Act could help the same news outlets the president often uses as a punchline.
Facebook Partners with British Newspaper to Run Positive Stories About Company
Facebook has partnered with British newspaper the Daily Telegraph to publish positive stories about the company and downplay consumer concerns. So far the Telegraph has published 26 such stories, each
'Empire' Ratings Remain Near All-Time Low Amid Jussie Smollett Hate Hoax Fallout
Ratings for the Fox TV series Empire have just barely improved this week since hitting an all-time low last week after its star, Jussie Smollett, was cleared of felony charges for allegedly faking a
Brzezinski Goes After Biden Accusers -- 'Don't Inject It Into a Presidential Campaign'
Thursday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski continued her staunch defense of former Vice President Joe Biden after multiple women have come out and accused him of inappropriate touching and
Eric Bolling on Opioid Crisis: 'I Hate Being the Face of This Thing, But We're Saving Lives'
Eric Bolling told Breitbart News that he "hates being the face" of a series of town hall events examining opioid abuse, but is "saving lives."
Mayor Bill de Blasio weighs in on BuzzFeed union dispute
An apparent breakdown in talks between BuzzFeed management and the company’s newsroom union spurred expressions of solidarity from other unions — and even from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. The
Nolte: Not a Single CNN Show Placed in Top 20 During First Quarter of 2019
Many people believed prior to the Mueller Report that CNN's ratings had already bottomed out. Just look at how awful those first quarter numbers are. But today they are worse, much worse.
Australia passes law to hold social media companies responsible for “abhorrent violent material”
On Thursday, Australia lawmakers ushered through what is perhaps the toughest legal measures to hold social media companies accountable for the content they share. Only a few weeks after the massacre
Does the Left need its ‘own Fox News’? Yes and no
The mediasphere’s gleeful pummeling of MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow in the days following #MuellerTime makes me recall two prescient columns written by fellow TV critic Tim Goodman. This article was
‘It’s genuine, you know?’: why the online influencer industry is going ‘authentic’
Calamities such as Fyre Festival have tarnished the booming business of YouTube and Instagram stars. Now the industry’s top tastemakers have a new plan: keeping it real. By Sophie ElmhirstIn a central
The Shifting Media Landscape Has Also Changed the Dynamics of Mentorship
When Adam Moss announced his plan to resign as editor-in-chief of New York Magazine at the end of March, he cited his belief that editors should have term-limits. "I have never subscribed to the myth
Fashion & Beauty
The Reporter Who Wrote About Layoffs at the Cleveland Plain Dealer After He Was Laid Off
Charles Bethea speaks to Tom Feran, a veteran writer and editor who recently left the Cleveland newspaper called the Plain Dealer amid a wave of layoffs.