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David Ortiz Could Join Red Sox Broadcasts Part-Time

No matter how much he’ll try to convince you he’s having the time of his life on the beach somewhere instead of spring training, it’s abundantly clear […]

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Jerry Remy Reveals He’s Being Treated for Lung Cancer Relapse

NESN color analyst Jerry Remy is being treated for a relapse of his lung cancer, the station announced Monday. The 64-year-old broadcaster and former Red […]

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Entercom, CBS Radio—WEEI and The Sports Hub’s Parent Companies—Agree to Merge

Changes could soon be coming to the ever-tempestuous Boston sports talk radio scene. Entercom and CBS Radio, respective parent companies of WEEI and 98.5 The Sports […]

Arts & Entertainment

Comedy Central Greenlights Barstool Sports Live Event Series

Barstool Sports is heading to a television near you this winter. Comedy Central announced this week that it has greenlit an event series from the […]

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Boston’s Chris Sweeney Talked Liberal Professors with Tucker Carlson

Boston’s Chris Sweeney appeared on Fox News with Tucker Carlson Wednesday night to talk about why the dominance of liberal professors on New England college campuses […]

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The Future of Media Is Quietly Being Plotted in Boston’s Financial District

If you were to guess where the future of media was being devised, odds are an office four floors above Howl at the Moon would be […]

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Veteran Journalist and Former Boston Herald Staffer Gwen Ifill Has Died

Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of “PBS NewsHour”, and host of PBS’ “Washington Week” died this afternoon in Washington after a long battle with cancer. She was […]

Christopher Kimball

ATK Has a New Website to Answer All Your Chris Kimball Lawsuit Questions

When news broke this week that America’s Test Kitchen, Inc. was suing Christopher Kimball over his new venture, Milk Street, many fans were not pleased. […]

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Here’s What NBC Boston’s New Lineup Will Look Like in 2017

Following an acrimonious split, a new NBC affiliate will debut in Boston on New Year’s Day 2017. NBC Boston will debut on channel 10, after WHDH owner […]

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Frank Oglesby Jr., the ‘Voice of the MBTA,’ Is Working for WGBH

Recording at BOSTON’S LOCAL NPR. — Frank Oglesby, jr. (@frank_pagua) October 15, 2016 It looks like Frank Oglesby Jr., whose unmistakeable voice has helped […]

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The Herald’s ‘None of the Above’ Endorsement Is Such a Copout

Two weeks after the Globe endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the Herald has at last spoken up and endorsed…nobody. “With all the great talent this nation has produced, […]

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Facing Debt, Northeastern’s Only Student Newspaper Makes a Plea for Help

Two years after a wave of nostalgic alums, college journalism true-believers, and the odd union of car dealership magnate Ernie Boch Jr. and Fox News talking […]

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WGBH’s Broadcast Studio and Cafe Inside the Boston Public Library Opens This Week

Next time you go to return a library book, you just might see the mayor—or the governor, the AG, or hey, even Jim Braude. WGBH’s […]


America’s Test Kitchen Is Moving to the Seaport

To accommodate a growing staff as well as the demands of new media, America’s Test Kitchen will almost double the size of its headquarters with […]

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Glenn Beck Just Settled His Marathon Bombings Defamation Suit

Conservative commentator (and Boston plague-avoider) Glenn Beck’s time in the hot seat in Massachusetts is over. A defamation lawsuit aimed at him by Abdulrahman Alharbi, […]