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Sorkin's 'Newsroom' Weaves In Real Top Stories

Renee Montagne talks to Aaron Sorkin, creator of the new HBO show about cable news called The Newsroom. it depicts a newsroom filled with idealistic types. Some critics have panned it as overly earnest.
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'The Newsroom' Caught Up In A Partisan Divide

Aaron Sorkin's new HBO series follows the inner workings of a cable news show that sets out to challenge our hyperpartisan, 24/7 news culture. But critic John Powers says Sorkin has created a show that replicates much of what it thinks it's opposing.
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Facing Up To Bullies, Everywhere But On Reality TV

The fight against bullying has become increasingly high profile over the past couple of years, drawing in many big-name celebrities. But in the world of reality TV, says commentator Eric Deggans, bullying is alive and well as a profitable career move.
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Jeff Daniels: Anchoring The Cast Of 'The Newsroom'

The actor stars in Aaron Sorkin's new HBO drama The Newsroom, playing an anchorman inspired to give up fluff pieces and return to hard-hitting journalism.
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Lights, Camera, YouTube: Studio Cashes In On An Entertainment Revolution

When Lisa Donovan (a.k.a. LisaNova) started making a living off her homemade YouTube videos, she and her fiance knew they'd hit something big. They founded Maker Studios to help other YouTubers hone their content. Today, their company and others like it are turning the entertainment industry model on its head.
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'Car 54' Re-Release Drives An Old Fan To Reminisce

Car 54, Where Are You? was the TV comedy series about a mythical police station in the Bronx, created by Nat Hiken in 1961. It's just appeared for the first time on DVD to the delight of fans, like critic Lloyd Schwartz.

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