Even the one positive glimmer that came from Friday's nonfarm payrolls report just showed how bad things have gotten.
The world is currently full of absolutely shitty news—like, way more than usual. Actor/Director/Seemingly very nice fella John Krasinski's not OK with that. Instead of moping about it, he and a few pals, both online and off, took it upon themselves to throw together close to 16 minutes worth of video that features nothing but good news. As we shelter at home, worrying about our loved ones and community, this is exactly the injection of feel-good shit that we need.
Jillian O’Brien, a former assistant news director at KSBW-TV, Hearst Television’s market-leading NBC affiliate serving the Monterey-Salinas TV market on California’s Central Coast, has returned to the station as news director.
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by nine points nationally, and his advantage in key battleground counties is even greater, according to a new Fox News poll. This article first appeared in Salon. Biden leads Trump 49-40, according to the survey, which is roughly the same margin he held a month ago in [
In case you didn't already feel inundated with news, Microsoft is introducing a new app that will display a scrolling news feed across your desktop. News Bar, currently available as a beta for Windows 10, will curate the top regional news from over 4,500 publications, and if you choose, it will include customizable stock info.
So what does that mean for climate action?
Quibi has revealed further details of its daily news bulletin show Around The World By BBC News, which is being made by the UK broadcaster. Jeffrey Katzenberg’s short form venture is set to launch April 6, and the first edition of the bespoke news show will be made available that day. It will be produced [
This non-stop national news coverage is free for all Amazon customers — to watch, you don't need a Prime membership.
John Oliver Exposes Trump's Favorite Far Right "News" Network, One America News
UPDATED, March 23: NBCUniversal is widening the distribution of its national news programming during the coronavirus crisis, making MSNBC and CNBC available, in partnership with its distribution partners, to all their video customers, regardless of the packages to which they subscribe. Subscribers can view this content through their video provider or through MSNBC’s and CNBC’s [
It’s rare that journalism professors and renowned journalists will band together to appeal to the corporate owners of an organization with the word "news” in its name. Normally to do so would be considered bad form. But the diffusion of misinformation about COVID-19 on the Fox News Channel has