According to Radar, the Kardashians have been banned from moving their TV show to South Beach, throwing a curveball at the upcoming “Kourtney & Kim Take Miami” reality fest.
In order to allow production in the posh hood, they needed 90 percent of the neighbors to agree to a few things — three solid months of filming, loads of crew members lumbering up and down the streets, paparazzi and, worst of all, having to come within 500 feet of a Kardashian on any given day. Not gonna happen.
Teachers and parents are planning a protest this afternoon outside a conference in San Francisco where former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch will be speaking about education reform. Read More
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch will be in town Friday, but the News Corporation CEO won’t be talking about the agenda of Fox News or the phone-hacking scandal that rocked England last summer. Read More
Rupert Murdoch was attacked while testifying before a House of Commons committee (hat tip to Glenn Reynolds at instapundit.com). “It’ll be interesting to find out how the attacker got access,” Reynolds writes, and in an update adds, “The security lapse is shocking—a pie is much harder to smuggle in than a gun or knife. Read More
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Those who call it "fake news" may wish to reconsider giving Fox News Channel free advertising: FNC and Cablevision have announced a new multi-year carriage agreement, continuing Fox's presence in homes throughout New York, New Jersey, and my native Connecticut. Read More