CBS Announces Multi-Phase Rollout For Its Fall Premiere ScheduleFollowing its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Fan Frenzy Outside Of Kardashian Sisters' New Miami Beach StoreCrowds flocked to South Beach Wednesday to catch a glimpse of the Kardashians—reality TV royalty.
Media And Politicians Misinterpret Jobs ReportThe Congressional Budget Office typically doesn’t make a lot of news, but Tuesday the CBO was front and center in the media. Unfortunately, most in the media and many politicians completely misinterpreted what the CBO reported.
Report: Limbaugh & Hannity Being Dropped By Cumulus MediaThe nation’s second-biggest broadcaster plans to drop conservative firebrand Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity from all of its stations by the end of the year, according to Politico.com. Limbaugh’s show is based in South Florida.
Miami-Born Hollywood Blogger Goes From Nasty To NiceCould it be? Notorious Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton, born in Miami of Cuban parents, who made a name for himself by taking aim at celebrities on his website, has discovered his softer side though his new son.
Facebook Usage Tied To ObesityIf you’re like millions of Americans, checking out Facebook may be second nature to you. But, it turns out that using Facebook may be tied to the ever growing battle of the bulge for Americans.
Something Extra: Psychopaths' ProfessionsWhat professions have the most psychopaths? A new book, called "the Wisdom of Psychopaths," by Kevin Dutton, takes on that question.
Zimmerman Atty. Likens Media Coverage To O.J. Simpson CaseThe lawyers for George Zimmerman told CBS This Morning their client has been convicted by the media for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Sun-Sentinel To Put A Price Tag On WebsiteIf you want to get to get the most out of the South Florida Sun- Sentinel's website, you'd better be prepared to subscribe to the print edition or find some extra cash, because starting in a week, the newspaper plans to charge for full online access.
Something Extra: Do You Work In A Happy Business?Do you think your friends in other industries are happier? They might be.
Univision, Disney Said In Talks For English 24-Hour-NewsAre the companies behind Mickey Mouse and Don Francisco ready to get into the news business together, in English? Reports are circulating the two companies are in talks to do just that, targeted at Hispanics who speak English, and that they'd like to be running before election day.
Tampa Tribune Lays Off 16% Of StaffThe newspaper business in Florida continues to suffer the woes of a bad economy and changing technology, with the Tampa Tribune the latest to announce major layoffs in its print and online operations. 16 percent of the staff was laid off Monday.