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Kelly McBride

  • Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey blew up his social media platform this week by introducing the possibility that the company may double how much users…
  • The world of TV news, and TV fake news, was shaken this week. NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was suspended without pay for six months after his…
  • Trolls aren't just those mythical uglies who live underneath a bridge and tend toward harassing travelers with impossible riddles.Internet trolls are…
  • Super Bowl XLIX doesn't just feature The Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots.It also features lots and lots of commercials selling for…
  • Cell phone calls, texting, Facebook, Twitter and email are really adding to our daily stress, right?Not necessarily.There's a new study that says we…
  • Decades old allegations of sexual assault have come back to haunt Bill Cosby in a big way.And, it all started with a viral comedy routine about Cosby's…
  • "The Interview" is a comedy from stoner bros Seth Rogen and James Franco about a TV entertainment reporter and his producer who get an interview with the…
  • Uber -- the ride sharing app company -- is getting all kinds of attention.And not just because of its innovative way to get you around town with…
  • Taylor Swift used to be just a considerable blip on the American media landscape -- country music star and tweener heroine.Not anymore, though. With the…
  • One of the big winners in the 2014 midterm elections wasn't a politician, it was Fox News. With huge Republican wins in the Senate and the House came big…
  • Netflix, there's going to be a new player in your neighborhood. HBO has announced that next year it is launching a standalone online service, meaning…
  • Reports of The Washington Post's death are apparently greatly exaggerated. Since the purchase of the venerable newspaper by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos last…
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