Tag: Media

Can The Super Bowl Lure Advertisers Back To Twitter?

Super Bowl Getty Images Twitter Inc. continues to struggle on the advertiser front, with many major advertisers bailing from the platform soon after Elon Musk took over, in part due to the chaos his management style has created. However, he is trying to reverse this trend by revisiting advertisers and stressing the importance of advertising […]

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State of the Union 2023: How to watch Biden’s address

State of the Union 2023: How to watch Biden’s address Skip to content Annabelle Gordon President Biden speaks at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, February 2, 2023. President Biden will deliver his second State of the Union address Tuesday as the third year of his presidency gets underway.  Networks have extensive […]

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Music-Video King Vevo Opens House On Los Angeles Production Center

(Photo by David Bloom) Grammy Week has returned in person, and in force, to Los Angeles after a pandemic-forced decampment last year to Las Vegas. And with it come not only flurries of parties, fundraisers, secret shows and showcases for all kinds of artists famous and otherwise, but more than a few gatherings to highlight […]

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Conservatives Pushing For Hearings Over DIRECTV Dropping Trump Favored NEWSMAX

NEWSMAX AFP via Getty Images With former President Donald Trump refusing to get back on Twitter and instead posting on his Truth Social account which has very little reach (4.87 million followers compared to 88 million on Twitter), many are wondering how he will get his message out for his upcoming third run at the […]

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Why 1968 still matters

“The whole world is watching,” protestors famously chanted outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, as police beat them. That might not have been literally true, but it was close enough. The convention was the top-rated telecast for all of 1968 in the U.S., with 90 percent of U.S. households tuning in for an […]

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CNN Welcomes Bill Maher, Who Once Used a Racial Slur on Air, to Its Lineup

Guy is not some social regressive. But he has tips for people on how to both mitigate the crisis of fast fashion and enhance their wardrobes while doing it: things like building wardrobes over time, shopping vintage, and buying fewer things for more money. He explains how exploration—whether attempting to pull off rugged, or preppy, […]

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George Santos Is a Model Republican

Still, I think a lot could have gone wrong with the way Democrats messaged around a defense of democracy. When Biden trotted out “ultra MAGA” some months ago, I worried he was more likely to energize the opposition than rally his own troops. But more recently, I heard one of Pennsylvania Governor-elect Josh Shapiro’s final […]

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One Giant Financial STD and Everybody is Infected – Bill Holter

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Precious metals expert and financial writer Bill Holter said last summer that the Fed rate increases would tank the economy.  Everywhere you look you see the economy falling apart.  House prices and sales are down.  Banks are clocking record losses, vehicle prices are falling and unemployment is rising.  The economy has […]

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