Former Director-General of BBC Admits letting Top Gear Host, Jeremy Clarkson, Go May have Been Mistake
The BBC’s dismissal of Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson last year after he assaulted a producer might have been a mistake, suggests Mark Thompson, former Director-General of the BBC, who left in 2012 to become CEO of The New York Times Company. “I don’t think people should punch their colleagues. It’s hard to keep them if they do...Read more
REVOLT 2 Vote Presents: The Voices of the Future features a bipartisan panel of young political experts discussing key issues facing millennials this election. “Young voters instinctually know when something’s inauthentic, decoding what’s real is the challenge,” said Revolt chief political correspondent Amrit Singh. “With Voices Of The Future, we're helping...Read more
Telemundo is set to kick off a series of exclusive social experiences on Snapchat, WhatsApp, YouTube, YOUNOW, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Designated toward TV viewers of Premios Tu Mundo (the ‘Your World Awards’), the...Read more
On Monday, E! launched “Be Pop Cultured,” a multi-platform marketing initiative aimed at millennials. The extension of E! News lives on social platforms, directing audiences to E! News. Assets will also be showcased on billboards and through ads with digital media companies, and the campaign will receive cross-company support from NBCUni.
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CollegeHumor's award-winning comedian, Adam Conover, continues his quest to reveal the hidden truths behind everything you know and love.Read more
The 'Lip Sync Battle' co-host takes us on a tour of the new set of the hit series.
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American Idol will receive the Governor’s Award from the Television Academy, in recognition of its impact on the medium. The show ended its 15th and final season last spring. “American Idol wasn’t just a hit show. With its successful integration of social media, dominance of the pop-culture conversation and legions of imitators, it changed television in a profound way,” said...Read more
Democratic Vice Presidential nominee and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine will make his first appearance on CBS’ The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Thursday, August 25.Read more
Josh Elkin returns to host a new season of Sugar Showdown, premiering Wednesday, September 14 at 10p on Cooking Channel. The new season of competition will again feature three expert bakers battle it out in two rounds of challenges that test their baking skills and creativity.Read more
A&E has leap-frogged the 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards to the front of awards season. The show will air live on Sunday, December 11 at 8p, with comedian T.J. Miller set to return as host. Last year the show aired January 17.
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