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A man is escorted out of the room during NFL's commissioner Roger Goodell's press conference.  Full story
An Indian TV news anchor has been sacked after she referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as 'Eleven' Jinping, apparently confusing Xi's name with the Roman numerals XI, a senior official at the state television channel said on Friday.  Full story
After its recent dustup with Rihanna, CBS has switched gears for its “Thursday Night Football” theme music.  Full story
In its ongoing coverage of NFL domestic violence coverage, CNN showed viewers a fullscreen map depicting the locations of the teams that have ongoing cases against players.  Full story
Kate Bolduan signed off after today's show.  Full story
Meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark from Indianapolis will join WCPO-TV's "Good Morning Tri-State" as the replacement for Larry Handley, whose contract was not renewed in July.  Full story
After almost 20 years of sports broadcasting at NBC 6 South Florida/WTVJ, Joe Rose is signing off from television at the end of this year.  Full story
Bill Moyers has notified public television stations that his weekly series “Moyers & Company” will end after the Jan. 2 program.  Full story
Monica Hernandez, from New Orleans’ WWL-TV, will be the latest addition to Gannett8’s reporting staff.  Full story
NBC has managed to sell approximately three-fourths of the high-priced advertising that will accompany its 2015 broadcast of Super Bowl XLIX. Now comes the hard part: selling the rest.  Full story
It is the moment nightmares are made of.  Full story
Robert Jordan, the veteran news anchor and reporter at WGN-Channel 9, has been named the first journalist-in-residence at the University of Chicago’s Careers in Journalism, Arts, and Media program.  Full story
Freedom comes at a cost. The people who help pay that cost are the servicemen and women of our armed forces and their families.  Full story
A British citizen captured in Syria two years ago has resurfaced today in a new ISIS propaganda video released on YouTube.   Full story
I was wondering if you could get a discussion going about “is everything fair game” today in regard to usage of published photos. Here’s the deal:  Full story
Modern media companies want brands to underwrite the stories they can’t necessarily afford to tell, and brands want to be a part of great stories. But very often, that partnership doesn’t work because brands are reticent to do the things that go into truly great storytelling: namely taking a leap of faith and relinquishing control.  Full story
Kathie Lee and Hoda will always be funny — even if you temporarily erase one of them from a segment. It's just more of a sad, lonely kind of funny.  Full story
Former U.S. domestic terrorist Bill Ayers doesn’t think his uncomfortably tense summer interview on Fox News was “a big deal,” but he does have strong feelings about the person who conducted it.  Full story
The world is full of bad news. There are wars, taxes, new Johnny Depp movies, and the list just goes on and on.  Full story
“The View” kicked off its new format with its best ratings in eight years, but the tension behind the scenes is already boiling over. Rosie O’Donnell and Nicolle Wallace had an off-air spat after clashing on-air, while top ABC execs are jockeying for power over the program.  Full story
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