Melania blasts ‘opportunists,’ says media focuses too much on ‘nonsense’

Melania Trump on Wednesday blasted so-called “opportunists,” like journalists and writers, who she claims are trying to make a name for themselves by using her family. The hardest part of being in the White House are “the opportunists who are using my name or my family name to advance themselves from comedians, to journalists, to…
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The Bachelor Season 23It’s a very diverse, interesting, dynamic group of women.”
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Media coverage of disasters can have lasting effects on children’s mental health

Disaster communication experts say disaster media coverage can have lasting effects on children’s mental health and suggest teachers and parents be prepared to respond to questions during and after a catastrophe.
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Sarah Hyland Announces She’s Taking A Break From Social Media Following Her Cousin’s Death

Yesterday, Sarah Hyland revealed that her 14-year-old cousin had died in a drunk driving accident, and she urged her social media following to keep their nasty and ignorant comments to themselves. Unfortunately, however, Sarah’s request for civility didn’t go as planned.

Today, the Modern Family alum announced she was taking a break from social media for the next little while. Following the revelation that her young cousin had passed away, some people on Twitter criticized her for the manner in which he tragically died.

At first, Hyland accused her followers of talking negatively about something which none of them had any knowledge – a fair point considering exact details haven’t been released.

The star said, “and how dare you attack when a beautiful life has been lost.” On a more positive note, Sarah and her Modern Family co-stars shared a link to a GoFundMe page and it has since garnered more than a few dollars for both medical expenses and funeral fees.

Unfortunately, thousands of people die in drinking and driving related accidents every year. However, in the modern era, drunk driving has since become a massive social faux-pas. It is no longer a social norm as it once was due to years of activism and raising awareness.

According to a study from the Port of Springer Nature, a majority of car accidents, especially fatal ones, are caused, in part, by drinking and driving.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration notes that approximately $ 37 billion in damages are caused every single year as a result of drinking and driving-related accidents.

Moreover, someone dies in an alcohol-related crash every fifty-one minutes. Most drunk drivers are men, although some are women. However, there is a significant disproportionate ratio.

Ever since the legalization of marijuana in several states in the United States, as well as the legalization of the substance nationally in Canada, the risk of more fatal accidents has been a subject of discussion. As the years go by, authorities say road-side tests will increase in sophistication regarding what substances they test for.

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Nexstar Media Group has reached a $ 4.1 billion deal to acquire Tribune Media, making it the country’s largest operator of local TV stations. Reports on Sunday said Nexstar’s all-cash offer of about $ 46.50 per share edged out private equity firm Apollo Global Management. Stock of Chicago-based Tribune closed on Friday at $ 40.26 per share. The…
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I quit Instagram and Facebook and it made me happier — and that’s a big problem for social media

Christina Farr used to spend 5 hours a week posting and interacting with friends on Instagram. She quit cold this summer, and her life changed dramatically for the better.
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Nexstar is leading bidder for TV-station giant Tribune Media

Nexstar Media Group has emerged as the leading bidder for Tribune Media as it angles for a deal to create the nation’s biggest owner of local TV stations, The Post has learned. Sources said Irving, Texas-based Nexstar, which owns 171 stations nationwide, looks poised to edge out rival Apollo Global Management, which recently teamed up…
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Apollo acquiring local stations to boost bid for Tribune Media

A surprising plot twist has emerged in the auction of TV broadcasting giant Tribune Media, with billionaire Leon Black’s buyout firm making an unusual acquisition to get a leg up against its big bidding rivals, The Post has learned. Black’s Apollo Global Management — which is jockeying to buy the owner of 42 local TV…
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Social media is affecting the way we view our bodies — and not in a good way

Young women who actively engage with social media images of friends who they think are more attractive than themselves report feeling worse about their own appearance afterward, a new study shows. It’s no secret that social media can blur the lines on what’s real and what’s fantasy, but new research now shows how young women interact with images online can affect how they feel about their own bodies.
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Kandi Burruss Graces The Cover Of ‘InBetween Magazine’ – Talks Family, Success And The Power Of Social Media

Kandi Burruss is featured on the cover of InBetween Magazine, and she shared this with her fans and followers who couldn’t be more excited for their favorite housewife. Take a look at the cover below.

Her fans started to congratulate her on all of her achievements, beginning with Xscape and finishing with her latest movie and her restaurant, Old Lady Gang.

Someone brought up RHOA and Porsha Williams: ‘You were so worried about the sincerity of Porsha’s apology to you about “the lies, the lies, the lies”…you could have taken this opportunity to show her how its done when a woman of stature is wrong, she can admit it sincerely and move on. ❤❤

Speaking of Porsha and RHOA, in this week’s episode of the show, Kandi exposed some shady secrets about her fiance, Dennis McKinley’s past, including how he has a reputation for being a player and a cheat.

Another fan told her that they had seen her latest movie (in which she plays a drug addict mother) and they were completely impressed:

‘@kandi I saw the movie (never heard) you were excellent!!!! There’s nothing you CANT DO… I’m soooooooo proud and a big fan.❤

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Someone else told her ‘I Love me some Kandi B. Keep doing what doing, cause them, haters, going to keep on hating, but you flaunt on.🖤

Another commenter said that they visited Kandi’s restaurant and had a little observation to make: ‘Went to OLG tonight the new location EVERYTHING WAS AMAZING !! I’m 8 months pregnant so it was kinda tight with the seating arrangement.. The bigger people there will probably struggle too. But other than that… #blackownedbusiness. ❤

One person gushed over Kandi and told her ‘Kandi is the best! She never ages, dresses super cute, she has it all! God bless her and her family! Heavenly voice as well! Love her!’

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Kenzo Takada ‘Can’t Do’ Social Media

PARIS — It took nearly 20 years for Kenzo Takada to complete his first book.
The fashion designer was approached by author Kazuko Masui moments after he left his namesake brand in 1999. At the time, Masui had a plan to make a book of Takada’s drawings, more than 5,000 of them. It since blossomed into a full-fledged biography, opening with the letters a young Takada wrote to his mother upon first arriving in Paris in 1965 and ending with dozens of pages dedicated to his final show at the fashion brand, held at the Zénith concert hall in 1999. Around 400 drawings still made the cut.
Born in 1939, Takada studied at Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo before setting off to Paris to pursue his career. After a couple of years working for a design agency and selling drawings of his designs, including to the house of Louis Féraud, Takada opened his first shop in March 1970, named Jungle Jap.
It was an immediate hit, with Takada’s colorful cotton designs and Japanese kimonos gathering press attention. The brand officially launched as Kenzo in 1976 when it inaugurated its flagship on the Place des Victoires in the center of Paris. Takada quickly became

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Social media influencer who lost 312 pounds has successful surgery to take off 7 pounds of skin

An Instagram star who lost more than 300 pounds now has to get rid of excess skin and she’s ready.

Influencer Lexi Reed is recovering from surgery to remove 7 pounds of excess flesh as a result of her having shed 312 lbs. in two years, according to her fatgirlfedup Instagram account.

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Both the media and Trump have a responsibility to tone it down

With Tuesday’s election touted as the most important in modern memory, morning-after scenarios run the gamut of possibilities. President Trump will be vindicated by a GOP sweep, weakened by a split decision or endangered if Democrats win both houses of Congress. Yet none of those outcomes will necessarily improve the hostile political climate, and it’s…
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Trump points finger at opponents, media on day when bombs sent to Democrats and CNN

President Donald Trump pointed the finger Wednesday night at Democrats and the news media for the turbulent national political environment, on the same day explosive devices were mailed to the Obamas, the Clintons, CNN and other public officials.


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Millennial Moves: Danielle Jeter is Building a Tribe of Women in Media in Philly

Unable to find a job after graduating from Spelman College was discouraging for Danielle P. Jeter, especially because she had done everything right. Not only was she accepted into the prestigious HBCU, but she also became a standout student and excelled during her academic career. “I had a whole résumé of experience. I studied abroad. I interned every summer. I got jobs. I worked while I was in college. I was a student leader. I was on the dance team,” Jeter, 29, told BLACK ENTERPRISE, adding that she often traveled off campus to network with working professionals. And, on top of that, the double major launched her own events planning business during her senior year. “So for me, I was like, ‘why can’t I get a job?’ I prepared. I did what was told of me to do,” she said.

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The reality of being jobless when she graduated from the Atlanta-based institution in Spring 2010 forced her to recalculate her post-college plans. “My vision for my life was to go from Atlanta to Los Angeles.” When that didn’t happen, she reluctantly returned to her hometown of Philadelphia and focused on growing her own business. “I always had a vision of being an entrepreneur. I knew that I was going to be a business owner, [but] I didn’t know I was going to do it so young.”

Jeter worked to expand her company, AOI Events & PR, into a full-service communications firm that executes creative marketing campaigns for clients. “When I came back home to Philly, I added on different services, including public relations, community relations, digital marketing, and strategic development.” Under AOI, she also started an internship and mentoring program called Pipeline that has helped dozens of high school students gain hands-on experience in the media field.

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Danielle P. Jeter at the WIM 6th Annual Conference

Representation Matters

Jeter’s career trajectory, however, took another change of course in 2013 when she attended a documentary film screening about Philadelphia’s local art scene. The lack of representation in the film was so glaring that it compelled her to take action to better represent women creatives in her community. “There was only one woman represented in the film,” which profiled Philadelphia-based artists, she told BE. “I, personally, was offended by that because I’m an artist and I know plenty of artists in the city. Philadelphia [has a] large art and culture scene.” The disappointing film motivated her to create an event to showcase the work of female artists and professionals in media and entertainment. “That sparked something in me to go ahead and create something to remind women to own their voices.”

She reached out to other women working in media within her network, student organizations, and local media outlets and organized a workshop at Temple University within 60 days. Although small, the women’s empowerment event made a great impact on its attendees and inspired her to expand the half-day workshop into an annual conference for women working in media, entertainment, and the arts. “That was so powerful. People really loved their experiences and they started to ask me ‘what’s next?’”

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Jeter also launched Women in Media Global Network (WIM Global), an organization that serves to empower and equip women who work or aspire to work in the media industry through year-round meetups and networking events. Today, the organization operates chapters in Philadelphia and Atlanta.

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Angela Yee, Danielle Jeter, and members of WIM Global (Photo Credit: Rejean Wilson) Photography

Last month, the org held its sixth annual Women in Media conference at the International House in Philadelphia, which was centered on the theme, “limitless: beyond the glass ceiling.” It was co-emceed by diversity and inclusion expert Kimberly S. Reed and included a diverse mix of women making waves in the industry such as radio personality Roxy Romeo. Jeter says her favorite highlight was her fireside chat with The Breakfast Club co-host Angela Yee. “Angela Yee telling her story reminded me that there are no overnight success stories and you have to consistently work extremely hard to be great,” she said.

Day one of the conference ended with a “Women In Sports VIP Dinner” and panel held at the Citizens Bank Park, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, and featured female executives who work for the MLB team. That inspiration seemed to seep onto the field as the Phillies beat the Miami Marlins in an exciting home game later that night.

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Angela Yee and Danielle Jeter at the 2018 WIM Global Conference (Courtesy of WIM)

Day two of the conferenced featured a panel session, sponsored by BLACK ENTERPRISE, of millennial women working in corporate media outlets like BET Networks and ABC’s local news affiliate. That was followed by breakout sessions. The day ended with a reception and informal session featuring male media professionals who support women in media.

Jeter thanked members of WIM for the success of the two-day summit, noting that it’s a testament of how well women can work together. “Working behind the scenes with the Women In Media Leadership Council Team Members [kept] me inspired and motivated especially during times of difficulty. To see a dedicated team of 15 women selflessly give of their time, treasure, talents, and resources to invest in other women proved many negative stereotypes of women in general wrong.”

Another rewarding moment from the event was seeing how it encouraged and impacted others. “To learn that attendees walked away with valuable jewels, tangible resources, new relationships, education, and inspiration made all of our hard work over the last year worth it,” said Jeter. “It also proved that our WIM Global platform is needed.”

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Google says it won’t identify women who reported sexual misconduct on ‘Sh*tty Media Men’ list

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Google says it doesn’t plan to comply with a proposed subpoena that would ask the tech giant to hand over names, email addresses, and IP addresses of women who anonymously contributed to a Google Docs spreadsheet highlighting men in the media industry accused of sexual misconduct and other inappropriate professional behavior. 

The planned subpoena is outlined in a lawsuit filed this week by one of the accused on the Google doc, known as the Shitty Media Men list. Stephen Elliott filed the federal lawsuit against writer Moira Donegan, who came out as the document’s creator earlier this year. Elliott’s asking Google for the personal information of the list’s anonymous contributors ostensibly so he could sue them, too. Read more…

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Media consolidation will continue as companies compete for unique franchises and greater scale, 21st Century Fox Vice Chair Chase Carey told CNBC on Tuesday.
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