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New CNN CEO Mark Thompson Lays Off 100 Employees in Major Restructuring Effort

CNN's new CEO Mark Thompson initiated his first major restructuring effort by laying off 100 employees, marking a significant move as he attempts to revitalize the struggling cable channel.


Former CBS Anchor Jeff Vaughn Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against Network

Former CBS anchor Jeff Vaughn has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the network and its parent company, Paramount Global...

'Inside Out 2' Hits $1 Billion Globally, First to Achieve Milestone Since 'Barbie'

'Inside Out 2' has grossed $1 billion at the global box office, becoming the first film to achieve this milestone since 'Barbie' and breaking the record previously held by 'Frozen 2' for the fastest a..

MTV Pulls Plug on News Website Archives A Year After Paramount Disbanded News Unit

The MTV News website has been completely expunged a year after Paramount Global dissolved MTV’s news unit, marking a sad day in music journalism...


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Donald Trump-Linked Media Company Is Nearing a $50 Million Financing Deal: Report
Digital World Acquisition Corp., the blank check company set to take former President Donald Trump's social media platform public, is reportedly on the brink of securing a $50 million financing deal.
Russia Confirms Vladimir Putin Gave Interview to Controversial US Media Personality Tucker Carlson
Controversial US media personality Tucker Carlson has recently interviewed Russia's President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin confirmed.
ESPN, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery Team up for New Sports Streaming Service
Walt Disney's ESPN, Fox, and Warner Bros. Discovery have announced plans to collaborate on a new sports streaming service.
US Leads Public Distrust in Innovation, New Survey Shows
A new survey conducted ahead of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting this week revealed that businesses and governments are poorly managing and regulating new technologies.
Donald Trump Ordered to Pay The New York Times And 3 Reporters Nearly $400,000
Former President Donald Trump has been ordered by a Manhattan judge to pay The New York Times and its three reporters nearly $400,000 in legal fees.
Radio and Podcast Giant Audacy Files for Bankruptcy Protection to Reduce Its Nearly $2 Billion Debt by 80%
US radio and podcast giant Audacy has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to reduce the company's debt.
Tesla Robot Attacked a Giga Texas Factory Worker, And Here's How Elon Musk Reacted to the Report
A factory worker at the Tesla Giga Texas facility was reportedly attacked by a robot, which pushed its claws into his body.
Warner Bros. Discovery, Paramount Are in Early Talks to Merge: Report
Warner Bros. Discovery and Paramount Global are reportedly in early talks about a potential merger.
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