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    relationship with men. In 2007, she scored an interview with Barack Obama, right before he announced that he was going to run for president. She is also the first African-American woman to co-anchor on the Today Show. Today, she is currently on “Deadline: Crime” on the Investigation

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    What is the Lyon Empire? Ever wondered what the big fuss about Empire is? This new television show premiered on Fox has captured hearts and the eyes of many. Written by Lee Daniels, Empire is America’s best show on television starring the biggest actors in today’s entertainment. Nick Venable says, “Empire is just breaking its on records” in a previous review. The main character Lucious Lyon, acted by Terrence Howard, is diagnosed with ALS that leaves Lucious with three years left of life where he

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    In the speech she talks about three lessons that she has learnt throughout her life. She says that “The three lessons that have had the greatest impact on my life have to do with feelings, with failure and with finding happiness.“ The lesson for feelings consists of her explaining about how she came to be a famous talk show host. She talks about the conflict that often occurred between her personal beliefs and demands from her boss. When she discovered that being on a talk show could allow her to

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    The Tony awards are an amazing awards show that helps talented actors and actresses alike be awarded for their achievements. This one night a year is full of laughter, happiness, and tears. Winning a Tony is a huge accomplishment for these people. Taking a look back in time, with the first Tony, gives the mind of what these people must do to get up on that stage. The Tony Awards is a great way for these people to be recognized for the incredible things they do. The history of the Tony Awards is

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    trip to Los Angeles in 1979, however, his life changed forever. Mandel decided to put his comic talents to the test at the Comedy Store’s amateur night. He did well enough to impress a television producer, who hired him to appear on the comedy game show Make Me

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    Dorothea Lynde Dix was born on April 4, 1802 in Hampden, Maine. She was a pioneer in the treatment of the mentally ill. “She was instrumental in founding 32 mental hospitals, 15 schools for the feeble minded, a school for the blind, and numerous training facilities for nurses. Her efforts were an indirect inspiration for the building of many additional institutions for the mentally ill. She also helped establish libraries in prisons, mental hospitals and other institutions.” (New World Encyclopedia)

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    social media can cause teens to be depressed because teens compare their life to be depressed because teens compare their life to other teens and also many cause suicide because teens may think they are not good enough in this life In this article, it talks about teens and social media and how it can affect a teens life.

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    Lucille Ball Lucille Ball was a comedian, film executive, and actress from the United States, best-known for her roles in I Love Lucy with her real-life husband, Desi Arnaz. The birth of her son, Desi Arnaz, Jr., was emulated in their TV show with the birth of Ricky Ricardo, Jr., the same day the episode aired. She was nominated for thirteen Emmy Awards and won four. ==Childhood== Lucille Désirée Ball was born on August 6, 1911, in Jamestown, New York, to parents Henry Durrell Ball and Désirée

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    The articles, Family Guy: Undermining Satire by Nick Marx and Fox and Friends: Political Talk by Jeffrey P. Jones, are very different articles, however, they both address how television affects culture. These articles, found in the edited novel of “How To Watch Television,” edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell, describe how a cartoon, like Family Guy, or a morning talk show, like Fox and Friends, can influence consumers opinions, actions, and how television producers have to keep audiences

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    The Fairness Doctrine

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    develop, another spectrum, known as the FM band, was found to produce a better quality of sound. The music industry quickly began switching to the newer spectrum, thus leaving the AM band behind, up for anyone to occupy. It was this time the political talk shows, who previously didn’t have a spot on the AM band due to competition with music stations, stepped in the world of radio. So, in attempts to regulate the new industry, but seeing that

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    judges on game shows, gossipers on talk shows, and the sole providers of drama in reality television. One show that instantly comes to mind is American Idol, this show only seemed to be interesting to me when producer Simon Cowell was at the judge’s table. Cowell’s blunt unpredictable responses and faces of disgust made the show hilarious even if it was at the expense of someone else suffering. Viewers craved Cowell’s rudeness and tuned in often to witness it, making American Idol a hit show. Wendy is

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    in media started in the mid 1970 's when she became the first African American women to cost host Nashville 's WLAC-TV. shortly after Oprah moved to Baltimore where she became the co host for the local talk show "PEOPLE ARE TALKING". Winfrey is well known for her talk show "The Oprah Winfrey Show" which was the highest-rated program of its kind. winfrey is now the CEO of Harpo Productions and the CEO CCO of the Oprah Winfrey Network Oprah Winfrey is a women of many accomplishments. oprah Gail Winfrey

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    producer, philanthropist and entrepreneur” (Biography Oprah). “Ellen was a stand-up comedian before starring in her own sitcom, Ellen and has been the host of her own award-winning talk show” (Biography Ellen). There are many similarities and differences between them. These talk show queens are the two wealthiest well-known talk show hosts in the history of television and although they have a lot in common, their paths to success have been different (business insider). Oprah Winfrey and Ellen Degeneres are

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    Entertainment show Hundreds of viewers every afternoon tune into the two most controversial daytime entertainment TV shows hosted by Ellen Degeneres, with her humorous presentation & Oprah Winfrey 's talk show on a more serious note . Oprah, known for being a host, actress and philanthropist as well as one of the richest African American women, while Ellen is known for being a hilarious standup comedian & actress also being one of the most richest lesbians, both show a different point of entertainment

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    Lisa Vanderpump

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    Lisa VanderPump has a net worth of $65 million. She is a reality TV star and businesswoman. How does she make her money? Acting Lisa is a cast member on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills". She makes $500,000 per season. She has also appeared on various TV series, for instance, "Silk Stalkings" and "Baywatch Nights". Lisa has starred in movies like "A Touch of Class" and "The Wildcats of St. Trinian’s". Lisa stars in her own spin-off, "VanderPump Rules". It focuses on her restaurant, SUR. In

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    Madam J Walker Biography

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    Imagine growing up on a cotton plantation to former slaves in Delta, becoming an “orphan at the age of 7, becoming a wife at the age of 14, a mother at 17 and a widow at 20?” This all describes the early life of Sarah Breedlove, better known as Madam C.J Walker. “She supported her family by washing laundry and she used her earning as a laundress to pay for her daughter’s education at Knoxville College” .In 1889, Madam C.J Walker moved to St. Louis in search of a better future. She worked as “a

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    Gina Rodriguez Essay

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    They say it’s very difficult to succeed as a Latino girl in the Hollywood entertainment industry. Anyway, actress Gina Rodriguez, the star of The CW’s comedy-drama “Jane The Virgin” is absolutely doing it. Last year, she won the Golden Globe award for her mesmerizing portrayal of a young woman named Jane Villanueva. This 32-year-old actress inspires with her motivation and self-confidence. She is beautiful inside as she is outside, and she poses as a role model for healthy living for many of us

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    Elisabeth Hasselbeck

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    known for being talk shows host of ABC’s The View and Fox’s Fox and Friends. Elisabeth DelPadre Hasselbeck is her full name. She is a talk show host by her profession. She was in the public eye when she was standing in the fourth place as a contestant on the second season of the American version of Survivor. Coming from the Polish and Italian descent, she belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds American nationality. Accounting her age, she is 40 years old. Birth or Age The talk show host was born in

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    Moral Integrity can be described as a gift. It’s a quality that enables us to keep in touch with our inner conscience, by distinguishing between what is right and wrong. Following the rise of American talk show host; actress, producer, philanthropist and multibillionaire, Oprah Gail Winfrey, life wasn’t always as it seemed. Despite, growing up in dire poverty, with her built empire she has become one of the most influential and richest women in the world. Being born to an unwed mother, in 1954, Left

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    Winfrey There are many great leaders throughout the world but the leader that our group chooses to write about is Oprah Winfrey - one of the world’s most influential women. Oprah Winfrey was born in 1954, she is a famous American media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist. The reason why we choose Oprah is because our group has 5 ladies, all ambitious and want to be successful in life. Oprah is an example of a woman that had overcome many difficulties in life and became

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