If Hollywood has learned any lesson from the calamity of Trump’s election, it is this: the President-Elect has popped Tinsel Town’s gilded bubble. And for the better. According to Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment Group, shows like How to Get Away with Murder might not actually be very reflective of America at large. Shocker!



The liberal media threw a proverbial hissy fit Monday in response to President-Elect Donald Trump’s dubious claim that millions of votes were cast illegally. While seeming pretend that Trump would be the first president ever to tell a lie, public-radio Bob Garfield went on a long winded tirade, on MSNBC’s All In, railing against the “Right wing media.” “The people who get it and we at the mainstream media, you know, get the straight dope but about half the electorate is getting their information from other sources, none credible,” he whined. 



We recently reported on how Univision was the biggest media loser from this election cycle, given all that was at stake for the network. Those ramifications have begun to play out in real time and are now affecting real lives.



NBC’s Chuck Todd tried to continue peddling the agenda of the “Big Three” networks and cover up the media’s deep connections to the Hillary Clinton campaign, on Sunday’s Meet the Press. Donald Trump’s Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway reminded him Trump went after the corrupt system as well, “And it did, unfortunately, include some in the media.” Todd retorted: “There was no political journalists in there. I get where you’re going with that, but that includes people that cover sports or entertainment.”



It isn’t just the news media censoring viewpoints on climate change anymore. According to a WikiLeaks email, the left-wing website Think Progress took responsibility for getting a professor ousted from writing at Nate Silver’s 538 blog. The professor diverged from Think Progress’ climate alarmist views by challenging claims that global warming causes more extreme weather.

 


Hoy es el día: Univision transmitirá el evento que ha promovido con bombos y platillos: el mega concierto y mítin "RiseUp: Una Voz"- una "celebración de música y diversidad" que se transmitirá por Univision y Fusion. Esto es lo que podemos anticipar ya que llegó el evento.



Tonight's the night: The much-hyped "Rise Up As One" concert event- billed as "a celebration of music and unity" airs live on both Univision and Fusion. Here's what to expect now that the event is finally here.



As we have reported before and will most certainly report again, there is an agenda at Univision that extends far beyond immigration, that goes well into the progressive policy basket. Here is yet another instance where a news anchor at that network is outspoken about his particular biases regarding an issue that he may later report on.



Some fascinating nuggets emerge from next week's Bloomberg Businessweek cover story - a feature on Univision Executive Chairman and Clinton Foundation megadonor Haim Saban. Chief among them, that Univision is in fact what we thought it was.



The University of Chicago's president, Dr. Robert J. Zimmer, wrote a Wall Street Journal article, titled "Free Speech Is the Basis of a True Education." In it, he wrote: "Free speech is at risk at the very institution where it should be assured: the university. Invited speakers are disinvited because a segment of a university community deems them offensive, while other orators are shouted down for similar reasons. 



La obtención de la cantidad de delegados necesarios para ganar la nominación a la candidatura presidencial del Partido Demócrata por Hillary Clinton fue reportada festivamente por las dos cadenas de televisión hispanas más grandes del país, Univisión y Telemundo.



To combat the “media’s” unrealistic body images, BuzzFeed put on “Body Positivity Week” this past May. Capping off the plethora of articles about body shaming, BuzzFeed took photos of four “ordinary” guys (a comedy group, The Try Guys) imitating the poses of well-sculpted celebrities. Unfortunately, one media outlet – BuzzFeed – failed to get the message.