What Were the AP’s 10 Most Memorable TV Moments of 2012?

NEW YORK — What was TV like in 2012? As with every year, it was a mix of the ridiculous and the sublime, the sacred and the profane. A TV-centric political season provided many memorable moments (President Barack Obama’s missing-in-action debate performance; Clint Eastwood’s empty-chair duet). Excellence persevered with series such as HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” […]

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Fox Exec Says Controversial Obama Video is Unauthorized

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel’s morning show on Wednesday twice aired a nearly 4-minute video that contrasted President Barack Obama’s words with negative statistics about his administration in a format that looked similar to a campaign advertisement. The liberal media watchdog Media Matters for America called the video “essentially a four-minute anti-Obama attack […]

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Oh, Brothel! Olbermann Has a Brand-New Name for Fox News

Keith Olbermann is at it again — going after Fox News Channel and its personalities with name-calling. This time, Keith’s calling Fox News — by far the leading cable news channel in terms of popularity (i.e. ratings) — a “political whorehouse.” The issue for Keith: Criticism leveled at the Operation Wall Street protesters by the […]

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Williams Apologizes for Hitler-Obama Analogy

By The Associated Press Hank Williams Jr. is apologizing for using an analogy to Adolf Hitler in discussing President Barack Obama that prompted ESPN to pull his classic intro song to “Monday Night Football.” Williams said in a statement posted on Facebook and his website Tuesday that his passion for politics and sports “got the […]

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