NBCUniversal quietly looking to replace TV exec amid toxic workplace probe

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NBCUniversal is quietly looking to replace top reality-TV exec who was accused of cultivating a toxic workplace in a bombshell report in late...

Rachel Maddow uses Obama-era images of immigrant kids to blast Trump

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MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow used a pair of Obama-era photos of immigrant kids — to accuse the Trump administration of “deliberately” hurting families, according...

Meredith cuts 180 employees, or 3.6 percent of workforce

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Publishing and broadcasting giant Meredith — which until now has relied on pay cuts to weather the pandemic — said it will cut...

Macmillan CEO forced out over ‘disagreement’ with direction of company

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Longtime CEO of book publishing giant Macmillan has been forced out after what the parent company said was “a disagreement regarding the direction...

News Corp. in multiyear deal to print New York Post, Wall Street Journal at...

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News Corp. on Wednesday announced plans to shift printing of the New York Post, the Wall Street Journal and Barron’s to a new...

ESPN’s Maria Taylor and other stylish female reporters on the sidelines

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During Monday’s Giants-Steelers game, the pigskin wasn’t the only leather that viewers had their eyes on. ESPN reporter Maria Taylor, 33, paired black pants...

Alan Dershowitz sues CNN for $300 million over impeachment defense

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Lawyer Alan Dershowitz has hit CNN with a $300 million defamation lawsuit, accusing the cable network of distorting his words to portray him...

‘CBS This Morning’ hosts furious ‘Today’ show landed big Bob Woodward interview

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It’s a scandal bigger than Watergate! Page Six has learned that Gayle King and her “CBS This Morning” colleagues were furious because “Today” bagged...

Meredith Corp. could split its assets as publishing industry continues to tumble

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Meredith could become the latest company with publishing and TV holdings to split itself in two. The publisher of Entertainment Weekly and Better Homes...

CBS planning to return to print media with Watch! magazine reboot

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CBS says it plans to make a return to print with its entertainment title Watch! after going all-digital and cutting staff at the...