Peabody Awards: ’60 Minutes’, CNN, NPR Among Winners In News, Radio And Public Service

The Peabody Awards rounded out the Peabody 30 today unveiling the winners in News, Radio/Podcast, and Public Service. The winners list included CNN, NPR, Vice as well as 60 Minutes, which received an Institutional Award.
Peabody Award honorees represen…

The Peabody Awards rounded out the Peabody 30 today unveiling the winners in News, Radio/Podcast, and Public Service. The winners list included CNN, NPR, Vice as well as 60 Minutes, which received an Institutional Award. Peabody Award honorees represent superior investigative reporting at the local and national levels.  This year’s award winners covered a wide, diverse array of subjects including Charlottesville, Rohingya refugees, Russia, the tragic death of Philando…

Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Says Relationship Between Cohen And Hannity “Far More Extensive” Than People Believe

The plot continues to thicken in the scandal between Stormy Daniels and Donald Trump. Michael Avenatti, Daniels’ lawyer, claims that the relationship between POTUS’ lawyer Michael Cohen and his “mystery third client” Sean Hannit…

The plot continues to thicken in the scandal between Stormy Daniels and Donald Trump. Michael Avenatti, Daniels’ lawyer, claims that the relationship between POTUS’ lawyer Michael Cohen and his “mystery third client” Sean Hannity is more involved than either initially suggested. During an interview with CNN Sunday, Avenatti said: “I think that the relationship is going to be far more extensive than Mr. Hannity has led people to believe.” He added, “I don’t know that there…

Kellyanne Conway: Question About My Husband’s Tweets Was ‘Meant to Harass and Embarrass’ (Video)

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway clashed Sunday with CNN’s Dana Bash when she was asked about her husband’s tweets that criticize President Trump.

“What is up with your husband’s tweets?” Bash asked.

George Conway’s tweets critical of the POTUS have drawn attention, considering his wife’s job within the administration. Last month, he began deleting tweets that commented on the president’s legal problems and staff shakeups.

“He writes a lot of things that are also supportive, and he writes a lot of things about corgis and Philadelphia Eagles and sports, too,” Conway responded with a smile to Bash.

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After inserting Hillary Clinton’s name into the conversation, Conway went on to say defensively, “It’s fascinating to me that CNN would go there, but it’s very good for the whole world to have just witnessed that it’s now fair game… how people’s spouses and significant others may differ with them.”

Although Bash said she wasn’t criticizing Conway’s husband, Conway quickly begged to differ.

“It was meant to harass and embarrass,” she interrupted, adding that spouses frequently have differences of opinion. “So this is a fascinating ‘crossing the Rubicon moment’… and I’ll leave it at that.”

Bash tried to smooth ruffled feathers, but…

Watch the video above for the awkward exchange.

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway clashed Sunday with CNN’s Dana Bash when she was asked about her husband’s tweets that criticize President Trump.

“What is up with your husband’s tweets?” Bash asked.

George Conway’s tweets critical of the POTUS have drawn attention, considering his wife’s job within the administration. Last month, he began deleting tweets that commented on the president’s legal problems and staff shakeups.

“He writes a lot of things that are also supportive, and he writes a lot of things about corgis and Philadelphia Eagles and sports, too,” Conway responded with a smile to Bash.

After inserting Hillary Clinton’s name into the conversation, Conway went on to say defensively, “It’s fascinating to me that CNN would go there, but it’s very good for the whole world to have just witnessed that it’s now fair game… how people’s spouses and significant others may differ with them.”

Although Bash said she wasn’t criticizing Conway’s husband, Conway quickly begged to differ.

“It was meant to harass and embarrass,” she interrupted, adding that spouses frequently have differences of opinion. “So this is a fascinating ‘crossing the Rubicon moment’… and I’ll leave it at that.”

Bash tried to smooth ruffled feathers, but…

Watch the video above for the awkward exchange.

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MSNBC Says On-Screen News Ticker Will No Longer Scroll

MSNBC is rolling up its bottom-of-the-screen news ticker, a nod to interest in less on-screen clutter as the cable-news network experiences new bursts of viewership. When the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news outlet launched its morning programming Monday with “Morning Joe First Look” at 5 a.m., one longtime graphics element was missing: the scrolling news ticker. “We’re removing […]

MSNBC is rolling up its bottom-of-the-screen news ticker, a nod to interest in less on-screen clutter as the cable-news network experiences new bursts of viewership. When the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news outlet launched its morning programming Monday with “Morning Joe First Look” at 5 a.m., one longtime graphics element was missing: the scrolling news ticker. “We’re removing […]

CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Covering Trump, How to Achieve Pay Equality and New Year’s Eve With Don Lemon

Like everybody in the news business, Brooke Baldwin’s life has taken an unpredictable turn since Donald Trump was elected president. “My two hours falls smack dab in the crazy sweet spot of the day where the White House daily briefing happens,” says Baldwin, who commands the CNN anchor desk between 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. […]

Like everybody in the news business, Brooke Baldwin’s life has taken an unpredictable turn since Donald Trump was elected president. “My two hours falls smack dab in the crazy sweet spot of the day where the White House daily briefing happens,” says Baldwin, who commands the CNN anchor desk between 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. […]

CNN Adds Six New Original Series To 2019 Slate; Projects From Sanjay Gupta, Vox Media, More

CNN is expanding its nonfiction programming slate with six new original series for premiere in 2019.
They include six-part travel series Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta, a new edition of American Dynasties that will focus on “the Bush family’s complex internal dynamics, fraternal rivalries, influential matriarchs and extreme competitive spirit,” Richard Nixon-focused Tricky Dick produced by Left/Right, and American Style (working title) a four-part series produced by Vox…

CNN is expanding its nonfiction programming slate with six new original series for premiere in 2019. They include six-part travel series Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta, a new edition of American Dynasties that will focus on “the Bush family's complex internal dynamics, fraternal rivalries, influential matriarchs and extreme competitive spirit,” Richard Nixon-focused Tricky Dick produced by Left/Right, and American Style (working title) a four-part series produced by Vox…

Vox Entertainment to Produce New CNN Original Series ‘American Style’

Vox Entertainment will produce a new CNN original series, the network announced in a press release Wednesday. The working title for the series is “American Style.”

“‘American Style’ is a four-part CNN Original Series, produced by Vox Entertainment – the original programming division of Vox Media – that examines how America’s changing style through the decades has mirrored the political, social, and economic climate of the time, shaping our unique American identity,” said CNN.

“Using archival footage and interviews with fashion experts and cultural figures, American Style will highlight the most iconic moments from fashion, history, and pop culture, giving audiences a front row seat to the runway of American history.”

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The partnership is a win for Vox Media, which has been hit by staff layoffs and a successful unionization effort in recent months.

The “American Style” series was one of six new original productions announced by CNN. The others include “Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta,” “Tricky Dick,” “American Dynasties: The Bushes,” “Once in a Great City: Detroit 1962-64” and “The Redemption Project”

The new line up of shows for 2018/2019 will also see many of the familiar faces return including Anthony Bourdain and his “Parts Unknown” and W. Kamau Bell’s “United Shades of America.”

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Vox Entertainment will produce a new CNN original series, the network announced in a press release Wednesday. The working title for the series is “American Style.”

“‘American Style’ is a four-part CNN Original Series, produced by Vox Entertainment – the original programming division of Vox Media – that examines how America’s changing style through the decades has mirrored the political, social, and economic climate of the time, shaping our unique American identity,” said CNN.

“Using archival footage and interviews with fashion experts and cultural figures, American Style will highlight the most iconic moments from fashion, history, and pop culture, giving audiences a front row seat to the runway of American history.”

The partnership is a win for Vox Media, which has been hit by staff layoffs and a successful unionization effort in recent months.

The “American Style” series was one of six new original productions announced by CNN. The others include “Chasing Life with Sanjay Gupta,” “Tricky Dick,” “American Dynasties: The Bushes,” “Once in a Great City: Detroit 1962-64” and “The Redemption Project”

The new line up of shows for 2018/2019 will also see many of the familiar faces return including Anthony Bourdain and his “Parts Unknown” and W. Kamau Bell’s “United Shades of America.”

Related stories from TheWrap:

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CNN Swipes Back at Trump, Mocks Misspelling of Jeff Zucker's Name: 'Those Are the Facts'

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