KNX, the only all-news radio station in Los Angeles, will become available on the FM band starting today. Audacy, the Philadelphia-based audio company that owns KNX, announced Monday that it would simulcast the station’s signal at 97.1 FM. KNX will continue to air on 1070, its AM frequency since 1941. The simulcast will replace Audacy’s […]

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Chris Cuomo will be ending his daily SiriusXM radio show, he said on Monday. “The way my time ended at CNN was hard. While I have a thick skin, I also have a family, for whom the past week has been extraordinarily difficult. So right now, I have to take a step back and focus on what comes next,” Cuomo said. […]

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Bob Dole was a great sport about Norm Macdonald’s impression of the Republican senator and presidential candidate on Saturday Night Live. In fact, the politician once joined in on the fun. Dole died Sunday. He was 98. During his tenure on SNL, one of the late Macdonald‘s classic (and perhaps best) impressions was of Dole, who he played as a no-nonsense blowhard, always […]

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Bob Dole, a longtime elder statesman in the Republican party who was its vice presidential nominee in 1976 and presidential nominee 20 years later, has died. He was 98. The Elizabeth Dole Foundation, named for his wife, said in a statement that Dole died early Sunday morning in his sleep. Dole had been diagnosed with […]

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Legendary Actor Henry Winkler talks with Ross Crystal about Auctioning Memorabilia from the classic TV series “Happy Days”. He also discusses the latest edition to his children’s books series “Alien Superstar: Hollywood vs. The Galaxy”.

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Chris Cuomo has been fired by CNN. The anchor’s tenure at the network comes to an end only days after the company announced that it had suspended Cuomo from the company. CNN is continuing an ongoing investigation into disclosures that Cuomo provided assistance for his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, after his sibling was faced […]

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Comedian Kathy Griffin lamented during ABC’s The View on Thursday what she called “a double standard” because she had been canned by CNN after her infamous 2017 picture of her holding a fake decapitated head of then-President Donald Trump, yet the network kept its chief legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin, following his masturbation scandal last year. Until her firing in May 2017, Griffin had been a co-host […]

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Jon Stewart has joined ABC’s “Live in Front of a Studio Audience: The Facts of Life” in what is being billed as a “surprise role.” He’ll join previously announced cast members Jennifer Aniston (as Blair), Gabrielle Union (Tootie), Allison Tolman (Natalie), Kathyrn Hahn (Jo) and Ann Dowd (Mrs. Garrett). “Live in Front of a Studio […]

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Susan Arnold, a veteran of consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble as well as the Carlyle Group investment firm, will take the reins as chairman of Walt Disney Co.’s board of directors, succeeding Bob Iger in the role when he departs on December 31. The transition will mark the end of an era for the big entertainment company, […]

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After hosting the 2021 ceremony, comedian and “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah is back to host the 2022 Grammy Awards. Noah made the announcement on CBS Wednesday morning with Gayle King. “It was fun, it was really, really fun. It was a great team. I was just lucky to be a part of it. We had such a […]

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The Christian Bale and Harry Melling Gothic horror-thriller The Pale Blue Eye from director Scott Cooper and Netflix has added Gillian Anderson, Robert Duvall and Timothy Spall to the cast. The film, which focuses on an attempt to solve a series of murders that took place at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1830, also unveiled an ensemble cast that includes Lucy […]

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In the last two days, Fox Nation host Lara Logan faced intense criticism for comparing Dr. Anthony Fauci to infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. It was Monday when Logan came up with the claim that “people all across the world” are comparing the nation’s top infectious disease expert to the doctor known as the “Angel of Death” for his torture, […]

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The Fox Station Group has pulled The Dr. Oz Show from its New York and Philadelphia stations following host Dr. Mehmet Oz’s announcement yesterday that he would be running for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania. In TV’s #1 market, New York, where the syndicated daytime show airs at 2 p.m. ET, WNYW-TV, whose reach includes parts of Pennsylvania, has replaced […]

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CNN viewers should get ready to see a lot more of Anderson Cooper this week. Cooper, who has been with CNN since 2001, will co-host a new CNN “town hall” devoted to news about coronavirus Tuesday evening in the 9 p.m. slot typically anchored by Chris Cuomo, and is likely to fill in for that hour for the rest […]

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Adele has announced an exclusive residency in the Colosseum of Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace Hotel, beginning Friday January 21, 2022. Titled “Weekends With Adele,” the singer will perform two shows each weekend through Saturday April 16, 2022 (see full list of dates below) for a total of 12 weeks. The dates appear below. The long-rumored announcement […]

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CNN tonight filled the suspended Chris Cuomo’s 9 p.m. ET slot with a second hour of Anderson Cooper 360. That show’s host made the announcement at the end of his 8 p.m. newscast tonight. “Some news now about this network, and it involves Chris Cuomo, the host of Cuomo Prime Time,”  Anderson Cooper said on-air. “New documents released this week indicate that […]

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Christopher Walken series “The Outlaws” has been renewed for a second season. Walken will also return as Frank Sheldon. Created by Stephen Merchant (“The Office”) and Elgin James (“Mayans M.C.”) the comedy thriller follows seven convicts completing community service in Bristol, U.K. The second season, which has already wrapped and is due to air next year, follows on […]

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Tony Bennett won over generations of fans crooning “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” And on his 95th birthday, the beloved singer left his heart on the stage of Radio City Music Hall. Six months after Bennett and his family revealed he is suffering from Alzheimer’s, Bennett sang alongside Lady Gaga before sold-out crowds in […]

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One stormy night last month, Rami Even-Esh was spitting bars outside a Knicks game — umbrella in one hand and microphone in the other — when Fat Joe walked by and grabbed the mike. A video of the duo rapping a verse from Big L’s “The Enemy” went viral on TikTok, and a few days later, Fat […]

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Disney has reclaimed its rightful place at the top of Thanksgiving box office charts. “Encanto,” the studio’s new animated musical fable, collected $40 million since Wednesday, a robust tally at a time when family audiences haven’t been eager to return to cinemas. It’s become holiday tradition for Disney to release a family friendly movie around Turkey […]

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Virgil Abloh, who most recently served as men’s artistic director of Louis Vuitton, died Sunday after a private battle with cancer. He was 41. A post on Abloh’s verified Instagram page announced his death, explaining that he battled a rare, aggressive form of cancer, cardiac angiosarcoma, for more than two years. “He chose to endure his battle privately […]

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Stephen Sondheim, the sublime and sophisticated composer and lyricist who revolutionized American musical theater with such achievements as Company, Sweeney Todd, Sunday in the Park With George and Into the Woods, has died, according to The New York Times. He was 91. Sondheim, who was mentored by Oscar Hammerstein II and Leonard Bernstein en route to collecting nine Tony Awards, a Pulitzer […]

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The Screen Actors Guild is making at least one major change to its awards as it prepares to return to a live, in-person event: A major venue switch. After being based at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall since 1997, the 28th annual event is moving to Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar. According to SAG Awards executive producer Jon […]

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Jon Batiste topped the nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards, scoring a near-record 11 nods. The Oscar winner, who currently serves as the band leader on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and released the album We Are earlier this year, landed nods in the top categories of record of the year and album of the year. Those and the other […]

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Executive Producer Mona Scott Young chats with Ross Crystal about her latest project, a new six-episode Amazon Original Series “Everybody Loves Natti” about Natti Natasha, one of the world’s most streamed and listened to Latin singer songwriters with over 6 billion YouTube views.

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