The New York Times claims they told Carlson before the show that they are not working on a story that would expose his address, nor do they plan on doing so.
If you missed The New York Times’ striking 1619 Project, which examines the legacy and impact of slavery in America, you’re in luck: the magazine issue is being adapted into a TV series, multiple feature and documentary films, and more.2020 Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times staff writer Nikole Hannah-Jones, who created 1619, has teamed up with Oprah Winfrey and Lionsgate to develop the work as well as its companion 1619 podcast in different formats — from books to documentaries — in order to be shared with a wider audience. “From the first moment I read The 1619 Project and immersed myself in Nikole Hannah-Jones’s transformative work, I was moved, deepened and strengthened by her empowering historical analysis. I am honored to be a part of Nikole’s vision to bring this project to a global audience,” Winfrey said in a statement.> When the 1619Project came out almost a year ago, I stood in tearful applause for the profound offering that it was giving our culture and nation. Today, I am honored to be a part of @nhannahjones’ vision to bring her transformative work to a global audience. Stay tuned, y’all! https://t.co/zcmVlLeSKV> > — Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah) July 8, 2020The 1619 Project was published in August 2019, 400 years after Africans were first brought to Virginia in order to be sold as slaves. Black scholars, essayists, poets, playwrights, and more contributed to the work, as it chronicles the way slavery over time has helped create the foundations of systemic racism that still endures in every corner of American life today. The issue, which had its own section in the print edition of the New York Times and was produced in collaboration with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African-American History & Culture, also makes the case to have slavery, its consequences, and the contributions of Black Americans over time be at the forefront in our discussions about American history as a whole.“The truths [Hannah-Jones] uncovers are painful and disturbing, but we are better for it because her crowning accomplishment in shining a spotlight on the previously untold contributions of Black Americans delivers a powerful message of empowerment and inclusion.” Lionsgate Motion Picture Group chairman Joe Drake and Lionsgate Television Group chairman Kevin Beggs said in a joint statement.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Why Twitter Wants Oprah To Save Us From Dr. PhilThe Housing Crisis Is A Black Lives Matter IssueWhy Is Hamilton Being Cancelled On Twitter?
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Biden once again denied that allegation against him, but said voters should vote with their hearts.
Trump has spent years complaining about the New York Times and Washington Post, so it's no surprise he may no longer allow them in the White House.
Abby Huntsman, a longtime journalist, pulled no punches in expressing disgust over the matter, calling the Times’ editorial “sloppy and lazy.”
The "Modern Love" television series, based on the eponymous New York Times column, will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on Oct. 18. "These stories are successful when the person understands themselves better at the end, not when they get the person that they’re going after," said The New York Times' Daniel Jones, editor of the […]
“It seems you can’t fix society and its endless need to diminish, disparage or degrade that which they know is good," Madonna wrote.
Get ready for all the news that's fit to air. FX has set a late-spring premiere date for The New York Times' first major leap into TV news: The Weekly will arrive Sunday, June 2, on the cable net. Watch the first promo above. Each episode of the weekly half-hour series will stream exclusively on […]
Hillary Clinton warned that Trump could go on a firing spree in November and that he'll be uncontrollable if Democrats don't take back at least one congressional chamber.
The newspaper followed the lead of Getty Images and issued the misprint.
Rudy Giuliani vehemently denied that Trump ever called him a baby in need of a nappy change and claimed to have several sources to back up his much more flattering version of the story.
The New York Times and the New Yorker shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service on Monday for their bombshell reporting about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and multiple accusations of sexual misconduct over the course of several decades. Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s October Times story, followed days later by Ronan Farrow’s New Yorker report detailing more accusations of harassment and even assault, had an almost immediate impact on both Weinstein’s studio and Hollywood more generally. Within a month, more than 80 women stepped forward with accusations of misconduct against the Oscar-winning mogul — who was quickly fired by The Weinstein Company, the film and TV company he founded with his brother, Bob, and expelled from the Motion Picture Academy.
“Eat It” singer Yankovic co-wrote Wednesday’s edition of the New York Times crossword puzzle, and as you might expect from someone who brought the world songs such as, well, “Eat It,” the resulting work has its share of food puns.