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Omarosa Ditches Black Journalists Panel After Aggressive Questioning

Omarosa Manigault-Newman. the Trump near-apprentice turned White House aide, walked off the panel stage yesterday at the National Association of Black Journalists convention after a heated, nearly half-hour exchange with Bounce TV s Ed Gordon. Gordon, moderating a panel called “Black and Blue: Raising Our Sons, Protecting Our Communities,” at one point chastises Manigault-Newman for attempting to railroad the event. The former Apprentice contestant, who opened her Read

Talent Manager Apologizes For Sexist Emails: Completely Inexcusable

Talent manager Michael Einfeld has written a public apology to friends, colleagues and clients after his former assistant posted his misogynistic emails on social media. Among the offensive things the woman said the Michael Einfeld Management owner wrote about her: Someone should sew her vagina shut and I m never hiring a girl again. The case dates back to March, when agency assistant Rosette Laursen wanted to take a day off to join the A Day Without a Woman Read

Eric Bolling s $50M Defamation Suit Against Journo Utterly Devoid Of Merit

Two days after suspended Fox News Channel host Eric Bolling threatened a $50 million defamation lawsuit, the journalist who revealed the former The Five regular’s lewd texts, Yashar Ali today made clear he has one of Hollywood’s heaviest hitters in his corner and is ready to land a punch or two. The lawsuit Eric Bolling filed is utterly devoid of merit, and we demand that you dismiss it immediately,” said Patricia Glaser in a blunt letter sent to Bolling’s attorney Read

Ed Greene Dies: Emmy-Winning Sound Mixer Audio Consultant Was 82

Edward J. Greene, a 22-time Emmy-winning mixer in television production and postproduction and longtime Cinema Audio Society board member, died August 9 in Los Angeles. He was 82. “The Sound community has lost an icon,” said Cinema Audio Society President Mark Ulano. “And the CAS Board has lost the voice of someone who held a vast knowledge of the history and evolution of live sound recording. Ed was a mentor to many of today’s sound mixers and he will be greatly missed Read

Top Chef Teamsters Trial: No Verdict As Jury Ends Deliberations For Day

For a second day. jurors in the Top Chef extortion trial have ended their deliberations without reaching a verdict on the fate of four Boston Teamsters accused to trying to shake down the show for unneeded driving jobs. As first reported by Deadline. the four men all members of Boston Teamsters Local 25 had set up a picket line on June 10, 2014, outside the Steel Rye restaurant in suburban Milton, where the show was filming. When Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi tried to Read

Jeremy Fuchs Joins STX As Chief Information Officer

Jeremy Fuchs has just been named Chief Information Officer of STX Entertainment, the company announced internally today. He comes over from Broad Green Entertainment, which recently shut down its production division and laid off numerous staff. Fuchs will lead strategic planning for all of IT at STX. He starts in the new post on Monday. Here is the internal announcement that circulated this AM: We are excited to share with you that Jeremy Fuchs will be joining our company Read

FCC Adds Two Weeks To Comment Period On Net Neutrality Policy Changes

The FCC today gave people who want to comment on its plan to relax enforcement of net neutrality rules an additional two weeks to make their views known rejecting pleas by open-Internet activists for an extra eight weeks. Regulators now plan to close the comment period on August 30. The additional time will allow parties to provide the Commission with more thorough comments, ensuring that the Commission has a complete record on which to develop its decisions, says Read

NPR News Anchor Ari Shapiro Looks Homeward At Joe s Pub

One of four co-hosts of NPR s flagship daily newscast All Things Considered , Ari Shapiro has one of the most familiar voices on radio (remember radio?). A veteran, at 38, of war zones far and farther (Iraq, Ukraine, Israel) and peace zones at least as disparate, he s gathered songs and stories from around the globe while cultivating an unexpected side gig, moonlighting with Pink Martini, the shape-shifting pop orchestra that with some regularity makes a joyful noise at Read

South Korea: Box Office ( More) Business As Usual, Despite Unruly Neighbor

Amid escalating tensions between North Korea and the United States, it appears to be business as usual in South Korea one of the keenest, most sophisticated moviegoing hubs worldwide and a major market for Hollywood and local fare. There has been no significant sign of turnstiles slowing in the country over the past few days as the DPRK and Donald Trump trade threats and fiery words in a combustible situation. Executives we’ve heard from say they’ve seen no impact on Read

SoundCloud Saved By Cash Infusion; Kerry Trainor Becomes CEO

SoundCloud lives to play another day: The so-called YouTube for audio, which ran into cash problems this year when it introduced a subscription service, says today that it will receive a significant investment from The Raine Group and Singapore-based investment company Temasek. Techcrunch pegs the investment at $169.5 million As part of the deal, former Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor and COO Michael Weissman agreed to take charge of SoundCloud, with the same titles that they Read

TV Academy Starts Talks With Big 4 Nets On New Wheel Deal For Primetime Emmys

EXCLUSIVE: Six years ago, the TV Academy was brought to the brink as negotiations with the major broadcast networks for a new Primetime Emmys deal dragged on for more than eight months, only closing 4½ months before the 2011 telecast. The TV Academy traditionally starts conversations for a new network contract when the previous one expires with the last Emmy telecast under the old pact. But after the protracted 2010-11 negotiations that left the Academy in limbo with no Read

Fox News Padded Paychecks To On-Air Contributor, Andrea Tantaros Suit Says

As the investigation continues and threats of new lawsuits swirl in the allegations that Fox News Channel ‘s now suspended Eric Bolling sent lewd texts to colleagues, the outlet’s battle with Andrea Tantaros has taken another strange twist. Fighting back against moves by FNC and a former on-air contributor to toss the Ex-Outnumbered and The Five co-host’s federal case claiming “extremely high-tech” hacking and a “professional/career assassination,” Tantaros’ attorney is Read

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