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It's unclear what MSNBC's Joe Scarborough meant Friday when he tweeted a joke about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly's clothes.  Full story
November delivered an early Christmas gift for WTVG-TV, Channel 13: a complete sweep of the Nielsen ratings in total number of viewers and viewers in the 25-to-54 age demographic that advertisers target.  Full story
In Thursday's finale of Serial, co-producer and narrator Sarah Koenig stays focused on the central question from which the podcast rarely wavered: Did Adnan Syed kill Hae Min Lee?  Full story
ABC10/KGTV announced on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, that J.W. August will retire at the end of 2014, after 33 years with the station.   Full story
Modeled on a successful program for protecting scholars threatened by their regimes, a similar project for journalists could help advance security for reporters working under conditions of limited press freedom.   Full story
Police continued their search for a suspect in the shooting of a Texas meteorologist outside a TV station in Waco, Texas.  Full story
A forensic artist worked with KCEN-TV meteorologist Patrick Crawford to create a composite sketch of the gunman who opened fire on the forecaster Wednesday morning in the parking lot of the station between Waco and Temple.  Full story
The final episode of "The Colbert Report," number 11039, starring someone you will likely never see again, aired Thursday, and — just to take a wild guess — fans cherished every last second of it.  Full story
One of the most recognizable faces in North Texas news is making a big move. Karen Borta, who has anchored the CBS 11 evening newscasts for nearly 20 years, will be setting her alarm clock for 2:30 starting Monday, January 12.  Full story
"World News Tonight" has found another use for its new curved video wall — a standup location for weather reports.  Full story
This is either a big oversight or someone being pretty smart.  Full story
Michael Strahan goes behind the scenes at Radio City Music Hall and learns how the famed dancers kick.  Full story
Boston.com executives are set to make an internal announcement today, naming a temporary replacement and a role change for Hilary Sargent, sources say. Sargent, an editor, was suspended after controversy mounted surrounding a story that ran in The Boston Globe's digital affiliate, last week.  Full story
“Why Headlines Matter.” “Misleading Headlines Can Lead You Astray.” “How What You Read Affects What You See.” “How Bad Headlines Make Bad Memories.” “Eleven Reasons Headlines Are Important.” “You’ll Never Believe How Important an Accurate Headline Is.”  Full story
Shift by MSNBC launched this week, beginning the networks full time foray into original streaming content. Shift includes multiple original programs, serving as a testbed for MSNBC talent development and show ideas.  Full story
Sinclair's WOAI-TV in San Antonio is prepping to say goodbye to its home of 65 years and move in with its sister stations.  Full story
Chicago sports anchor Mark Giangreco, during a analysis piece on Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, appeared next to a graphic reading "Cut him or cut your wrists."  Full story
It’s been three months since TV news anchor Dave Benton told viewers that his brain cancer was back, and doctors told him he had months to live. In the time he has, he says his goal is to live life to the fullest.  Full story
On May 21, 2014, and June 2, 2014, KENS 5 aired two I-Team reports entitled "Oilfield Greed." In those reports, KENS 5 relied on information provided by individuals interviewed by the station but did not have the opportunity to interview Jon Christian Amberson.  Full story
Only two days after Virginia Kerr announced that she was leaving "Great Day St. Louis" on KMOV (Channel 4), station execs named her replacement:  Full story
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