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  • DirecTV Invests in Two Digital Entertainment Startups

    DirecTV announced that it has made strategic investments in two digital entertainment startups -- video-aggregation provider LiveClips and second-screen app developer i.TV -- and the satcaster is working with both to integrate their technology in its...
  • ABC Family narrows list of candidates for new president

    ABC Family narrows list of candidates for new president
    Walt Disney Co.'s ABC Family channel is closing in on naming a new president, people familiar with the matter said. The position has been open since September, when Michael Riley said he was resigning to return to his native England. ABC Family is known...
  • News Of The Weird: White Separatist Turns Out To Be Black

    News Of The Weird: White Separatist Turns Out To Be Black
    Family Of Man The Marvels of Science: The notorious white separatist Craig Cobb is currently soliciting like-skinned people to move to his tiny town of Leith, N.D. (pop. 16), to create a deluxe Caucasian enclave, but at the urging of a black TV host...
  • Facebook may add 'sympathize' button

    Facebook may add 'sympathize' button
    Facebook may add a "sympathize" button for all the times you want to show support for something you don't actually "like," the Huffington Post reports. The idea is to offer this button as an alternative to the often-asked-for "dislike" button. When...
  • Would you 'Like' a Facebook 'Sympathize' button? [Poll]

    Would you 'Like' a Facebook 'Sympathize' button? [Poll]
    The Facebook "Like" button is often used to acknowledge what someone has posted, but "liking" something isn't the most appropriate reaction to every thing that gets shared on the 1-billion member social network. That's why recently an engineer at...
  • AFI Names Best Movies and TV Shows of 2013

    In its salute to the year's films and TV shows, the American Film Institute has endorsed Oscar hopefuls "Captain Phillips" and Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street", while "Fruitvale Station" continues its impressive momentum, after winning multiple...
  • Variety Taps Wall St. Journal's Alexandra Cheney as Senior Film Reporter

    Entertainment journalist Alexandra Cheney has joined Variety as a senior film reporter covering all aspects of the movie business. She will report and write about industry trends and the endeavors of the Hollywood's major studios, focusing on financing...
  • Ukrainians topple statue of Lenin -- you know, the Bolshevik leader

    A few years ago I had some fun with a younger colleague who had written a story about then-Sen. Rick Santorum drawing parallels between the “hubris” of Senate Democrats and that of “German dictator Adolf Hitler.” “Oh,...
  • Katie Couric backs off from her anti-vaccine show--but not enough

    Katie Couric backs off from her anti-vaccine show--but not enough
    Having taken a fair amount of heat from the science-based community for her recent show promoting scare stories about an important immunological vaccine, Katie Couric has backed off.  In a piece appearing Tuesday in the Huffington Post, the TV host...
  • Megyn Kelly's 'Santa Claus is White' Line: Crazy Like a Fox

    The funniest part of Megyn Kelly's reassurance to children who might be watching "The Kelly File" that Santa Claus is, indeed, white wasn't her statement with absolute conviction regarding a fictional character. Although granted, that did sound pretty...
  • The Seven Most Tiresome Media Trends of 2013

    In preparing to ring in the new year, let's bid a not-so-fond farewell to seven media trends that remained inordinately prominent - and especially tiresome - during 2013. Granted, this farewell is, at best, temporary. Media folk are, after all, creatures...