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Mary J. Blige Burger King Commercial Draws Ire

There's growing controversy over a Burger King ad featuring singer Mary J Blige. Blige apologized for the ad on Thursday, saying she didn't approve the final version.
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Kerry Washington On Bringing Washington 'Scandal' To TV

Kerry Washington has a new network drama about a crisis manager in D.C. She says it might remind you of other D.C. shows, but it's got its own interesting inspiration.
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With 'Scandal,' ABC Targets Black Female Viewers

ABC's new drama Scandal, from Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, depicts a powerful black woman in Washington, D.C.: Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), a top-flight crisis manager. Critic Eric Deggans says the show is an example of programming increasingly aimed at black female viewers.
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Fred Savage: A Child Star Makes Good, With Less Than Wholesome Comedies

Fred Savage has gone from child actor to a producer and director with a new comedy on NBC. He says growing up in show business doesn't have to mean a life of crime and disaster.
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'Perky' Katie Couric Returns To Morning TV

Former NBC Today show host Katie Couric hosts ABC's Good Morning America this week. Media watchers wonder whether Couric's fill-in stint can generate enough interest to knock Today out of its top morning ratings slot. David Greene talks about it with Brian Stelter of The New York Times.
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Media Outlets Adapt To Growing Hispanic Audience

The growing U.S. Hispanic community has created another boom — in Hispanic media. In recent months, several major media players have announced plans to compete for that audience with a new TV network and several new cable channels — and they're not all in Spanish.

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