After much controversy, Megyn Kelly’s interview with InfoWars host and sweaty conspiratorial loon Alex Jones aired on Sunday evening. It has been zealously truncated to emphasize moments when Kelly puts pressure on Jones, but the end result is largely ho-hum uneventful journalism.
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On Tuesday evening, Megyn Kelly said goodbye to The Kelly File, Fox News, and her viewers, in a short, mostly ceremonial segment at the end of her eponymous show. Her last episode will be Friday, before departing to NBC News.
Earlier today, visitors to NBC's website couldn't help but notice that Brian Williams's reassuringly smiling facade was no longer gracing the Nightly News section. What could it mean? Has Brian Williams turned invisible? Is his firing imminent? Something something The Daily Show?!
Ladies and gentlemen: we have found him. It's the worst boyfriend in the world. He's real! A digital producer working for NBC News has admitted to secretly taping sex himself having sex with his girlfriend on Valentine's Day and uploading the video to a porn website, where it remained for several months until she…
Later this year, when Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie goes on maternity leave, there will be an empty chair at the table on the morning show.
Since leaving the Today show, 57-year-old Ann Curry has stayed on at NBC, doing a few special reports here and there. But now there is a "window" in her contract — meaning she could leave NBC and go somewhere else. What will become of Ann Curry?
Yesterday, we saw Bri Wi do "Nuthin' But a G Thang." Today it's "Regulate." So awesome. But you guys, I miss Nate Dogg. He made songs better. RIP.
The folks at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon created a pretty great clip of Brian Williams "covering" "Nuthin' But a G Thang." Thank you. Just the other day we were saying that the evening news needs more gin and juice.
As you may recall, when writing about the Today kerfuffle surrounding Ann Curry's departure, Brian Stelter noted that though the show targets women, it is mainly managed by men. But yesterday, NBC News got a new president. Her name is Deborah Turness.
The Today show actually sent a reporter — foreign correspondant Michelle Kosinski — to Florence to cover the arrival of Snooki, JWoww, The Situation and the rest. Though one Italian woman expressed disdain for the guidos ("They're full of tattoo. They're drunk. I think they are stupid"), the cast is being followed…