Courtesy of The Blaze By Erica Ritz Glenn Beck on Thursday said he “strongly” disagrees with the decision of the grand jury in New York not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the videotaped chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man. “While I disagree with the protests and what they’re doing in New […]
From TV Newser: Six months after her Fox Business debut, Maria Bartiromo is focusing on the viewer. Speaking to Tribune TV Week, she explains giving the viewer what they want while also staying true to herself is key.
Rachel Maddow reports on the influence of the gas and oil industry in Texas politics and a town where the water has become flammable and yet the state has ruled that a connection cannot be made to nearby fracking activity.
On Sunday night, Megyn Kelly made her long-awaited NBC News debut with a sit-down interview opposite Russian President Vladimir Putin. By no means a foreign policy wonk, the overcompensated host found herself outmatched by the wily ex-KGB operative (whom former President George W. Bush affectionately referred to as “Pootie-Poot”). In lieu of grilling Putin on […]
Ted Koppel had some bad news for Sean Hannity. The retired “Nightline” host told Fox News’ Hannity to his face that he is “bad for America” in a TV interview that aired Sunday. Koppel spoke with Hannity in a “CBS Sunday Morning” segment about political polarization and “alternate universes” of facts in America. The veteran […]
Alan Colmes, a top-rated television commentator who, as co-host with conservative Sean Hannity of “Hannity & Colmes,” became best known as the liberal in the “lion’s den” of Fox News, has died at a hospital in Manhattan. He was 66. His wife, Jocelyn Elise Crowley, said that he died late Feb. 22 or early Feb. […]
Brenda Buttner, host of Bulls and Bears on Fox News, died after a battle with cancer, the network announced Monday. She was 55. Colleague Neil Cavuto paid tribute during his show: “She took stock of life much more than any stock in life,” said Cavuto. “It’s what separated her from everyone else in this business. Not […]
It appears to be a testing ground for new talk programming. MSNBC is gearing up to roll out a streaming video service that will serve as a launch pad for the shows that find an audience. More…Courtesy: Variety