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HBO renews The Newsroom and True Blood

The Newsroom and True Blood Renewed by HBO

Fantasy, Horror, News - 6 years ago by Reg Seeton

HBO has renewed both the Aaron Sorkin drama The Newsroom and True Blood after the two cable shows posted strong numbers for the network. After The Newsroom premiered as the third best drama debut for HBO, the cable network renewed the new Aaron Sorkin created series for a second season. read more

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The Newsroom: The Impact of News as Entertainment

Drama, News - 6 years ago by Reg Seeton

Writer Aaron Sorkin returns to television with The Newsroom on HBO to explore the world of cable news in today’s online savvy, corporate dominated society. In a recent preview for The Newsroom on HBO, Aaron Sorkin revealed that the manner in which news is delivered today is more entertainment based read more

Donald Trump on Celebrity Apprentice, (c) 2012 NBC

Donald Trump Endorses Mitt Romney Ahead of Celebrity Apprentice

News, Reality - 6 years ago by Reg Seeton

Donald Trump endorsed Republican candidate Mitt Romney on Thursday after weeks of speculation about who Trump would endorse within the party. Although Donald Trump will soon be busy with the next edition of Celebrity Apprentice on February 12, Trump endorsed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney on Thursday at the Trump read more

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan Hacking Testimony Called Into Question

News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

The Leveson Inquiry testimony of Piers Morgan was called into question on Wednesday by James Hipwell, a former employee of the Daily Mirror where Morgan served as editor. At the Inquiry investigating the British press, Hipwell explained that it’s hard to believe Morgan didn’t know that phone hacking was taking read more

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan Questioned at Leveson Inquiry

Breaking News, News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

CNN personality Piers Morgan was questioned on Tuesday in the Leveson Inquiry about his knowledge of past phone hacking when he worked for British tabloids. CNN reports that Piers Morgan joined the Leveson Inquiry on Tuesday to answer questions about the phone hacking scandal that rocked the British press earlier read more

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan to Appear Before British Press Inquiry

News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

CNN host Piers Morgan will answer questions via satellite on Tuesday about his tabloid past in connection with the phone hacking scandal, which rocked Britain and closed the News of the World. According to USA Today, Piers Morgan will be video-linked to Britain on Tuesday in order to answer questions read more

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Named Most Fascinating Person

News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

Late Apple founder Steve Jobs was named the Most Fascinating Person of 2011 by Barbara Walters on Wednesday night. During the Wednesday night broadcast of ABC News, Barbara Walter revealed that her Most Fascinating Person of 2011 was Apple founder Steve Jobs, who introduced the world to the iPod, iPhone, read more

Christiane Amanpour

Christiane Amanpour Rejoins CNN

Breaking News, News - 6 years ago by Reg Seeton

Foreign news correspondent Christiane Amanpour will return to CNN in the new year after CNN Worldwide President Jim Walton announced the news on Tuesday. CNN reports that veteran news correspondent Christiane Amanpour is set to return to the network in 2012. Christiane Amanpour has been synonymous with international reporting and read more

Chelsea Clinton makes her debut on Rock Center with Brian Williams - Photo (c) NBC

Chelsea Clinton Makes Rock Center Debut

News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former President Bill Clinton, made her television debut on the new NBC series Rock Center with a report about her home state of Arkansas. During her first assignment as a special correspondent for NBC News, Chelsea Clinton gave her first on-air report on the Brian Williams read more

Conrad Murray

Conrad Murray Gets Four Year Prison Sentence

News - 6 years ago by Troy Rogers

Dr. Conrad Murray received the maximum sentence of four years in prison on Tuesday after being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of singer Michael Jackson.