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Keith Girard

Tina Brown Out at Daily Beast; May Signal Internet Shake-Out

Tina Brown who tried to carve an empire for herself at Barry Diller’s company as Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast and, for a time, Newsweek, is first big-name print star to fall on the Internet. Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp will not renew Brown’s likely million-dollar-plus contract when it expires in January. Her departure could signal the beginning of a major shakeout among high-cost Internet publications that have yet to see ad revenues come close to matching expenses....

NRA Slaps Hollywood for Violent Culture; Will Hollywood Bite Back?

Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association’s hard-line anti-gun regulation architect, unleashed a blistering attack on Hollywood for cranking out what he called “filthiest form of pornography.” Will Hollywood fight back and lead the campaign against assault weapons? It can be a powerful persuasive force it the debate, but it will take celebrity involvement and more to counter the NRA’s deep pockets and copious campaign contributions in Washington....
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Editorial: Our Vote, And Yours, Should Go to President Obama

President Obama deserves another term in office to continue to heal the nation and keep it on course to a full recovery without leaving anyone behind. Check out our reasons to vote for the President and why we think GOP candidate Mitt Romney's plan for America will create a nation of haves and have-nots. ...
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Toddlers & Tiaras Show Latest to Allegedly Fake ‘Reality’

Kim Kardashian isn't the only "reality" personality faking scenes. The TLC show "Toddlers & Tiaras," which features children as young as four years old, is largely staged to hype the drama. The show even creates fake pageants, according to a new report. Maxine Tinnel, a pageant organizer said much of the action is highly manipulated, choreographed and contrived. Mother-and-daughter duos chosen for their eccentricity, she told the New York Post....