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"PBS NewsHour" debuted a redesigned set last week by Eric Siegel, along with new music and graphics.  Full story
On Monday, BBC World News will debut a new studio in Singapore for its “Newsday” program with Rico Hizon and Babita Sharma.  Full story
NBCUniversal is close to a deal to invest $250 million in BuzzFeed, in a transaction that will value the booming digital publisher at around $1.5 billion.  Full story
Jon Stewart has named his final three guests on The Daily Show, and it looks like the host is sticking with his own kind for the last week of his run. Fellow comedians Louis C.K., Denis Leary and Amy Schumer will sit opposite Stewart in the lead up to his finale next Thursday, the Washington Post reports.  Full story
Reporter Matt Blanchette has left WLNE-TV ABC 6 in Providence, RI, and has announced he is leaving the television news business altogether.  Full story
Two national television reporters cited for violating media security rules at former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert's arraignment last month won't face sanctions after their attorneys apologized to a judge.  Full story
Already reigning Miss Kentucky USA, a University of Louisville graduate student and star Cardinals volleyball player, Katie George added another duty to her list Thursday.  Full story
WLS-TV/ABC 7 is boosting its reporting team with the addition of Laura Thoren. Starting August 31st, Thoren will serve as a general assignment reporter for the station.   Full story
Former late-night host Dick Cavett has seen his share of scandals — from presiding over Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal’s famous feud on his show to intensely interviewing Watergate players like G. Gordon Liddy, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.  Full story
Former San Antonio news anchor Karen Gallagher was arrested late Wednesday evening on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.  Full story
WKRC-TV remained No. 1 in all weekday newscasts in July – but Channel 12 wasn’t the station most viewers watched for Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters’ live press conference Wednesday.  Full story
With one day to go in the July Nielsen ratings book, top-rated local news outlet ABC-owned WLS-Channel 7 is back on top in the hotly-contested late local news ratings competition after losing to perennial No. 2 NBC-owned WMAQ-Channel 5 in the June book.  Full story
The giant CNN sign atop the building formerly known as Time Warner Center in New York City has gone dark.  Full story
Here's your Friday laugh — your monthly roundup of news bloopers!  Full story
OK, citizen journalists of the Internet — you win. Philadelphia Fox O&O WTXF-TV posted what it (apparently) thought was a cute — if generic — request to its Twitter July 29 in a tweet featuring a photo taken from its chopper, Skyfox, of the near full moon and asked viewers to contribute their own.  Full story
MSNBC has formally decided to cancel three programs -- "The Cycle," "Now with Alex Wagner" and "The Ed Show" -- as part of a larger effort to shift its daytime lineup away from opinion programming, network sources told the On Media blog on Thursday.  Full story
WXYZ-TV meteorologist Dave Rexroth found himself in a bit of an odd situation during one of the Detroit station's recent forecasts — sans feet.  Full story
Australian sportscaster Robert "Crash" Craddock was wrapping up an appearance on Nine Network's "Today Show" when a curious bird decided to poke its head into the view of the camera feeding the video background behind him.  Full story
Stepping inside Steve Shapiro's office is like taking a quick tour of South Florida sports history.  Full story
After several tense exchanges between Kentucky's candidates for governor, Republican Matt Bevin during a media interview accused a WAVE 3 News reporter of working for his rival.  Full story
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