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MOVING ON: Black-ish creator, Kenya Barris, inks MAJOR deal with Netflix

Kenya Barris is heading to Netflix! The black-ish creator who left ABC last month has inked an overall deal with the streaming service with plans to create new content under his Khalabo Ink Society production company. Check out the official press release: Netflix welcomes Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated writer and producer Kenya Barris. Barris has ...

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Twitter Muzzles Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones for a Week

Twitter is joining other prominent tech companies in muzzling Alex Jones, the right-wing conspiracy theorist who's used the tech services to spread false information. Twitter had been resisting the move despite public pressure, including some from its own employees. But the holdout lasted less than two weeks.   Late Tuesday, Twitter said it ... /
Kerry Washington goes Hollywood mogul with slate of new movie and TV projects

For all those lamenting the loss of our favorite gladiator Kerry Washington now that Scandal has ended have no fear because the award-winning actress ...

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IGN sacks writer amid YouTuber plagiarism controversy

Gaming news site IGN apologises and 'parts ways' with a writer alleged to have copied a YouTube review.

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YouTube, Facebook and iTunes drop InfoWars

Several social networks remove conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' pages, citing hate speech. /
Mayor Michael Tubbs unveils controversial plans to solve his city’s poverty problem

Michael Tubbs, the youngest mayor of a city with more than 100,000 people, has unveiled an ambitious plan to solve Stockton, California’s poverty problem.  A CBS News report details Tubbs’ bold and controversial program that aims to give some residents $500 a month to fight economic hardship.  Mayor Tubbs 27,  told “CBS This Morning” that ...

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Why young Indians are choosing streaming over TV

Streaming platforms are targeting India's young digital audience, often ignored by cable networks.

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