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Eric Deggans

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Eric Deggans is a TV critic for NPR and the author of Race-Baiter: How Media Wield Dangerous Words to Divide a Nation.

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Network TV shows are coming back from the long holiday hiatus. But with all the streaming services and their new releases, did anyone notice they were gone?

Which network TV shows can still excite us?

Network TV shows are coming back from the long holiday hiatus. But with all the streaming services and their new releases, did anyone notice they were gone?

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At Monday night’s Emmys, there were a lot of jokes about the lack of diversity in TV; many awards for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel;” and a marriage proposal. We get a recap.

Why the 2018 Emmys were not must-see TV

At Monday night’s Emmys, there were a lot of jokes about the lack of diversity in TV; many awards for Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel;” and a marriage proposal. We get a recap.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

'Fake news' is everywhere. How can journalism keep up?

By now we're all familiar with how deliberately wrong information can dominate social media and online searches -- when it comes to politics.

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