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Shift by MSNBC launched this week, beginning the networks full time foray into original streaming content. Shift includes multiple original programs, serving as a testbed for MSNBC talent development and show ideas.  Full story
Sinclair's WOAI-TV in San Antonio is prepping to say goodbye to its home of 65 years and move in with its sister stations.  Full story
Chicago sports anchor Mark Giangreco, during a analysis piece on Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, appeared next to a graphic reading "Cut him or cut your wrists."  Full story
It’s been three months since TV news anchor Dave Benton told viewers that his brain cancer was back, and doctors told him he had months to live. In the time he has, he says his goal is to live life to the fullest.  Full story
On May 21, 2014, and June 2, 2014, KENS 5 aired two I-Team reports entitled "Oilfield Greed." In those reports, KENS 5 relied on information provided by individuals interviewed by the station but did not have the opportunity to interview Jon Christian Amberson.  Full story
Only two days after Virginia Kerr announced that she was leaving "Great Day St. Louis" on KMOV (Channel 4), station execs named her replacement:  Full story
WESH-Channel 2 is adding a journalist from Fort Smith, Ark., to its lineup of evening anchors.  Full story
Police continued their search for a suspect in the shooting of a Texas meteorologist outside a TV station in Waco, Texas.   Full story
Scott Pelley was the only evening news anchor on the ground in Havana tonight, after President Obama announced he would move to normalize relations with Cuba.  Full story
“7th Heaven” star Stephen Collins admitted to Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric in an exclusive sitdown interview that he had sexually abused three female children years ago, but claims his last transgression was in 1994 and he didn't want the allegations to be made public.  Full story
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has joined actor Seth Rogen in blasting the media for publishing email messages stolen during a hack attack on Sony Pictures’ databases last month.  Full story
Virtually every digital publisher has seen two big trends in recent years: Traffic is up sharply, and mobile traffic is up spectacularly, often overtaking the desktop web. In both cases, the cause can be distilled down to a single word: Facebook.  Full story
Patrick Crawford, a morning broadcast meteorologist in central Texas, was shot multiple times in his station’s parking lot according to reports.  Full story
When my wife called and told me that my sons Jibran and Daniyal's school was being attacked by militants, I panicked.  Full story
Virtual sets can be seen across the air in Europe and Asia, but are they ready for the American viewer?  Full story
Kathie Lee Gifford has been a staunch defender of Bill Cosby's character for weeks — but the "Today" show co-host revealed Tuesday that the scandal-plagued comic did try to kiss her once in the late '70s.  Full story
The personnel changes continue at WISH-TV Channel 8, which will lose its CBS affiliation to WTTV-TV Channel 4 on Jan. 1.  Full story
Mary Robb Jackson isn’t going far when she retires Dec. 31. But the longtime KDKA-TV reporter said she will “miss telling the stories, tremendously.”  Full story
For nine years, Stephen Colbert has relentlessly maintained his pompous, deeply ridiculous but consistently appealing conservative blowhard character on his late-night show, “The Colbert Report” — so much so that when he puts the character to rest for good on Thursday night, he may have to resort to comicide. The Grim Reaper is his last guest.  Full story
The University of Missouri at Columbia’s School of Journalism was once again far and away the No. 1 choice as the top J-school in the country in the annual NewsPro-RTDNA Top Journalism Schools poll of news professionals.  Full story
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