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John Oliver’s New “Info Wars”

Comedian John Oliver’s HBO series Last Week Tonight made its comeback this past Sunday, broadcasting for the first time since the election. As expected, the liberal bastion dedicated the show’s main segment to the new administration as opposed to the usual, as Oliver puts it,

The BizBeat – December 1, 2016

Each Thursday, MediaFile’s Business section publishes an overview of the past week’s news in media organizations and industry. Have a tip, see something we missed, or want to put something on our radar? E-mail Shiplett@Mediafiledc.com. Making Headlines On Monday, Associated Press (AP) Vice President of Standards

NBCUniversal Doubles Down on its Investment in BuzzFeed

A year after making its first $200 million investment in BuzzFeed, Comcast’s NBCUniversal is nearing a final deal to double down on their bet in the social news and entertainment company. According to report by Recode, NBCUniversal invested another $200 million in BuzzFeed at the

The BizBeat – October 6, 2016

Each Thursday, MediaFile’s Business section publishes The BizBeat, an overview of the past week’s news in media organizations and industry. Have a tip, see something we missed, or want to put something on our radar? E-mail Shiplett@Mediafiledc.com. Making Headlines The scoop that was (and wasn’t):

Analysis: How Right and Left Wing Media Have Covered Clinton’s Health

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has faced questions and criticisms concerning her health for years. These have continued through her presidential campaign, but until recently, they were disparaged as far-right conspiracy theories and rarely discussed in the mainstream media. These theories resurfaced with vigor after Clinton

The Climate Change Divide in Science, Politics, and Media

Climate science appears to have made it clear that global warming is linked to the increase of carbon dioxide emissions in the troposphere, yet so many prominent conservative scientists, politicians, and media outlets are still skeptical of the consensus. Patrick Moore, ecologist and former president