Matt Belloni

Editorial Director of The Hollywood Reporter

Editorial Director of The Hollywood Reporter

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Tucker Carlson doubles-down on his  anti-immigrant stance , and advertisers continue to flee his show.

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Tucker Carlson doubles-down on his anti-immigrant stance , and advertisers continue to flee his show.

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The numbers are in and Peak TV continues to grow. It’s how the numbers or  original scripted series  are broken up that tell the real story though.

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The numbers are in and Peak TV continues to grow. It’s how the numbers or original scripted series are broken up that tell the real story though.

from The Business

The White House blames the media... for an attack on the media . CNN’s Jeff Zucker had some strong words in response.

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The White House blames the media... for an attack on the media . CNN’s Jeff Zucker had some strong words in response.

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