It’s official: President Trump has picked Gorsuch for a seat in the highest court of the land. What did the media have to say about the announcement?
There aren’t many surprises expected for Fox’s Sunday broadcast of the 51st Super Bowl. Amidst a tumultuous political climate that brings new surprises and news updates daily, there’s one thing viewers can expect to see when they turn on their TVs this Sunday, and that’s
As President Trump’s Executive Orders have been the top of the news cycle lately, organizations like NPR and PBS may be threatened due to White House proposals currently in the works.
The talk of the town this past week has been the implementation of President Trump’s executive orders. The news cycle has erred on the side of being negative, and some are questioning why the media is focusing merely on the negative aspects of Trump’s executive orders. Current Press
The Amazon Echo is growing in popularity and offers a very new way of delivering the news as MediaFile reported last week. Simply ask, “Alex, what’s new?” and the Echo will begin playing the Flash Briefing, a collaboration of “pre-recorded updates… the latest news headlines…
Amidst the chaos of campaign speeches, senate confirmations and inaugural balls, most Americans just want to be heard in a world where many feel their voices don’t matter. Well, we’re in luck. Media has a solution to get people in touch with their government: a
6 dead in Quebec mosque shooting CANADA – Tragedy erupted in Quebec City Sunday as a lone gunman opened fire during an evening prayer service at the Quebec Islamic Cultural Center, killing 6 people and wounding 19 others. French-Canadian student Alexandre Bissonette has been charged with
On Monday night, Frank Sesno spoke to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and a panel full of White House Press heavy hitters – reflecting on the past 11 days and thinking about the next 4 years.
Women’s magazines are notorious for disseminating popular trends in fashion, beauty and culture, but in our world today haven’t politics become a popular trend? Over this last election cycle politics were infused into the everyday lives of the average American. Those who intended to ignore
Cutting the cord with cable has TV viewers turning to on-demand and live streaming video to get their cable content fix. Currently, according to Pew Research Center, “24 [percent] of Americans do not subscribe to cable or satellite TV in their homes.” When it’s broken