Altice USA Pools Cheddar, i24 News Resources to Expand U.S. Coverage

The news division of cable operator Altice USA is expanding the scope of its national coverage on the heels of buying digital startup Cheddar for $ 200 million in April. As of today, Cheddar anchors will deliver a daily block of domestic-focused news coverage on Altice’s i24 News, the international news channel funded as a private […]



Variety’s Small Focus on Riots Coverage in 1967

When the Detroit uprising of 1967 erupted, Variety covered it from only a showbiz angle. A brief story in our July 26 weekly edition read: “Negro riots here have closed film and legitimate theaters, nightclubs in Detroit and bordering cities of Highland Park and Hamtramck. Curfew runs from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. Liquor sales… Read more »



YouTube Expands E3 Live Coverage to Two Days Under Multiyear Pact (EXCLUSIVE)

YouTube is returning to E3 this year, expanding its live-streaming coverage of the game expo to two days — and broadcasting for the first time in 4K Ultra HD — under a multiyear deal with producer Geoff Keighley. “YouTube Live at E3” will stream live worldwide on Sunday, June 11, and Monday, June 12, at… Read more »



Watch E!’s Live From the Red Carpet Coverage at the 2017 Grammy Awards With Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic This Sunday!

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Before we find out who will take home the top prizes on Sunday (Adele! Rihanna!), Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic will be chatting with music’s biggest stars…

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Live Coverage: President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day 2017

President-elect Donald Trump will take the oath of office at around noon ET/9 a.m. PT today, the first day of his presidency and the end of a divisive political campaign and contentious transition. Follow along for live updates. 9:45 a.m.: The Trumps arrive at the White House. Trump, his wife Melania, and President Obama and… Read more »



Larry Wilmore Takes Fox News To Task Over Charleston Church Shooting Coverage

Larry Wilmore isn’t too pleased with Fox News’ coverage of the church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina. Then again, this shouldn’t come as a surprise.

This time, the late night talk show host, who initially declared he wouldn’t discuss the shooting on his comedy-based platform, later changed his mind and shared choice words about the network.

“I know we talk about race a lot on this show, but I think we can all agree this time that this is a racially motivated attack,” he said. “It couldn’t be clearer when it comes out of the killer’s mouth. But even with all of that evidence, on a day like today, Fox News just makes my f***king head explode.”

The host then played a series of clips from Fox News’ coverage which questioned whether Roof’s motives were targeted towards black people or Christians.

“I know you guys don’t want to admit that racial stuff isn’t going on, but how can there be any doubt when it came out of the gunman’s mouth? He told his victims, ‘I want to shoot black people,’” Wilmore said. “I think when he says black people, he means black people – and not Christians.”

Wilmore also highlighted presidential candidate Rick Santorum calling the shooting an “assault on religious liberty” and Santorum’s confusion of the shooter’s motives other than it being a “crime of hate.” The comedian-writer cited the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama as one similarly horrific incident that didn’t require anyone to wonder the killers’ intent.

“Let me give you an example,” Wilmore explained. “Four black girls were murdered in a church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963. Back then, no one pretended to wonder what the motivation was. If you tried to say it was about religion, even the perpetrators back then would have corrected you.”

Check out more of Larry Wilmore’s thoughts in the clip above.

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Jon Stewart Finds The Most Ridiculous Blizzard Coverage

Snowpocalypse 2015 was such a big nothing in some areas, especially in New York City, that one weather forecaster even apologized.

So what’s a network hyping a storm supposed to do? On Tuesday night’s “Daily Show,” Jon Stewart said they had some options.

“Acknowledge that conditions had changed. Ease up on the breathless hype. Focus your attention on New England, where it was actually really snowing,” Stewart suggested. “Or desperately cling to the original narrative like dingleberries on a sheep’s ass.”

Stewart played clip after clip of reporters overreacting to small amounts of snow. However, he aimed his sharpest icicles at CNN, which sent Don Lemon out in a “Blizzardmobile.”

“Blizzardmobile? Settle down, Batman, it’s a Ford Explorer,” Stewart said. Then, referring to some of the highly controversial statements Lemon has made on the air recently, Stewart showed an image of the CNN reporter working from a Dairy Queen truck.

“And by the way, with the way you’ve been reporting lately, you’re lucky you’re not in an actual ‘Blizzardmobile,’” Stewart said.

But the CNN “Blizzardmobile” gave Stewart an idea: Maybe the “Daily Show” can take it to the next level.

Stewart sent correspondent Jordan Klapper out in a car, a bicycle and a sled to to interview people about everything from Yemen to the Greek election.

Check it out in the clip above.
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U.S. Health Snapshots: Insurance Coverage Expands, but Gaps Remain

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