The Radice Files — Episode 42 “Social Media and the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict”

While reporters were being kept out of Gaza, social media played a significant role in the global perception of what’s been going on.

Israel-Hamas Conflict and Cease-Fire News: Live Updates — The New York Times

The truce came into effect on Friday morning in the Middle East, after days of fighting that claimed hundreds of lives.

Social media highlights shifting perceptions of Israeli-Palestinian conflict among young Americans

As deadly violence continues to escalate in the Middle East, social media in real time has illustrated the shifting perceptions of young Americans on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Correspondents Describe Challenges And Dangers Of Covering Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: “Everything Changes And Everything Is Unpredictable”

Network news correspondents describe dangers of covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict amid a backdrop of incoming missiles and falling shrapnel.

Facebook won’t take down an ad that Rep. Ilhan Omar’s office says could lead to harassment and death threats

The dispute marks the latest eruption between Facebook and Democrats, who say the company has been too hands-off when it comes to hate speech and viral falsehoods.

CNN EVP Amy Entelis on Original Series and What the Discovery-WarnerMedia Merger Means For Her Upcoming Slate | TVNewser

“I think the people that are truly successful in the television news business are people that bring their passion and curiosity to work every single day.”

‘CBS This Morning’ Will Move to Times Square Studio in Fall (EXCLUSIVE)

‘CBS This Morning’ will move to a bigger studio in New York’s Times Square in the latest salvo in TV’s morning-news wars.

CNN’s Barbara Starr Targeted by Trump Administration in Secret Seizure of Email and Phone Records

The Trump administration secretly sought and acquired the 2017 phone and email records of CNN reporter Barbara Starr.

Axios is the latest media company to try to make money from local news. History is not on its side. — The Washington Post

The D.C.-area-based politics-and-policy site will launch eight local-news products across the country, with plans for many more.

Golden Globes Members Suggest Suing Attorneys for ‘Damaging Advice’

Golden Globes members are now turning their anger toward their attorneys, threatening to sue over “improper and legally damaging advice.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger Spy TV Series Picked Up at Netflix — The Hollywood Reporter

The ‘Terminator’ star will play his first series regular role in the untitled Netflix show from Skydance TV; Monica Barbaro also stars.

Why Broadcast TV Is Betting Big on Franchises Like ‘NCIS,’ ‘Law & Order’ and ‘CSI’

Why broadcast TV networks keep going back to the franchise well with new versions of “NCIS,” “Law & Order” and “CSI”: “This is what works”

Hollywood Cheers AT&T Retreat, Viewing Discovery As More Talent-Friendly Warner Steward; HBO Max Day-And-Date Strategy For ‘Dune’ Gets A Rewrite

As the news sank in about AT&T winding down its Hollywood foray via a $43 billion merger of WarnerMedia and Discovery, one word summed up the film industry’s prevailing reaction. Relief. …

Post-Pandemic, Consumers Might Drop TV Subscriptions | Broadcasting+Cable

During the pandemic, Americans loaded up on streaming services, but as the country enters a post-COVID era, consumers are looking to spend less on TV, according to a study by Antennas Direct.

BBC’s deceit over Diana interview worsened my parents’ relationship — William — BBC News

The prince speaks of “indescribable sadness” caused by his mother’s interview with Martin Bashir.

A New $260 Million Park Floats on the Hudson. It’s a Charmer. — The New York Times

Little Island, developed by Barry Diller, with an amphitheater and dramatic views, opens on Hudson River Park. Opponents battled it for years.

Your selfies at Disney World are about to get a lot more magical — CNN

Have you ever wanted to take a photo with Mickey Mouse, even when he’s not around? How about adorning Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle with your family photos? A new partnership between Disney and Snap will make that possible.

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Scientists Shot Tardigrades from a Gun to See If Interplanetary Travel Is Survivable

Tardigrades can survive extreme conditions, and scientists wanted to know if they could survive the impact after a trip between planets.

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