Media Mogul Resigns, L.A. School Report, and Super Bowl Woes

Media legend Sumner Redstone is no longer in control of his billion-dollar empire. The 92-year-old has been replaced as executive chairman of his two big media companies, CBS and Viacom. Next, a look at a controversial change in management over at L.A. School Report. The website that covers the city’s public schools has been taken over by a pro-charter organization. After that, Madeleine talks to writer-producer-director George Miller about the latest installment of his Mad Max franchise and the inspiration for the first movie. Then, the Super Bowl 50 is taking place in Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. But the weeklong party leading up to it will be in San Francisco – and some people are not happy about that. And last but not least, our usual web roundup with Xeni Jardin.