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The Young Turks To Cover Grassroots Movements In New ‘Rebel Headquarters’ Series

Tyt Network, the digital news giant, is launching this evening a brand new half-hour series that will cover grassroots political movements and progressive candidates who are running to unseat longstanding officials.

Titled Rebel Headquarters, the live show will bow this evening at 8:05 pm Et after the network’s flagship newscast, The Young Turks. Cenk Uygur, founder of Tyt and host of The Young Turks, will also host Rebel Headquarters. He will interview current progressive officials and burgeoning candidates across the country, as well as report on organizations like Bernie Sanders’ Our Revolution. Fellow Young Turks personalities Ana Kasparian and Jimmy Dore will co-host Rebel Headquarters. The show will air from Mon. to Thurs. on The Young Turks YouTube channel, as well as TYTNetwork.com.

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Election 2016: The Most Fun (and Unusual) Ways to Watch The Presidential Results

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No matter who you voted for today, the results of the 2016 Presidential Election will have every American on the edge of their seats. And while the most accurate, up-to-date results we can expect will come from the dozens of news outlets covering the polls, there are plenty of entertainers looking to provide updates with their own unique spin. Here’s a guide to some of the most notable players, from cable to Snapchat to public access.

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The Chris Gethard All-Day Election Special

Time: 12 p.m.-12 a.m. Et

Network: Manhattan Neighborhood Network

What to Expect: Alt comedian Chris Gethard has been quietly revolutionizing the possibilities of live television for years now, but while the current state of his Fuse talk show is unknown, he’s returning to his roots — public access station Mnn,
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The Young Turks: 12 Week Series Coming to Fusion

[caption id="attachment_48737" align="aligncenter" width="590"] The Young Turks TV show on Fusion. Image courtesy of Fusion./caption]

The Young Turks TV show is coming this fall to Fusion TV. A weekly news show, The Young Turks is hosted by Ana Kasparian and John Iadarola, with a live audience. The hosts will be joined on the road by talent including Cenk Uygur, Jimmy Dore, Ben Mankiewicz, Hannah Cranston, and Kim Horcher.

The Young Turks began on Sirius Satellite Radio in 2002. It later expanded to YouTube. The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur aired on Current TV (now truTV) from 2011 to 2013.

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The Young Turks Live Stream For Ten Hours To Celebrate Ten Years Of Daily Streams

The Young Turks (Tyt) has produced a daily live stream show for the last ten years. To celebrate, the millennial-focused political news network and YouTube channel is live streaming for ten hours on December 11, 2015.

The Young Turks’ celebratory ten-hour broadcast will air live from the network’s new Culver City studio on platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Periscope, Firetalk, and Meerkat. The first hour of the broadcast, which started at 9 Am Pst, was led by Tyt Founder Cenk Uyger and co-host Ana Kasparian. The live stream will then host four hours of The Young Turks flagship show, followed by segments from other shows like ThinkTank, PopTrigger, Tyt Sports, and NerdAlert. The ten-hour live stream will also feature interviews with long-time Tyt members. Live stream guests will include Tyt co-hosts Ben Mankiewicz and John Iadarola, Think Tank co-host Hannah Cranston, PopTrigger co-host Samantha Schacher, and comedian Jimmy Dore.

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Bill O'Reilly: The Rachel Maddow Of Racism?

Bill O'Reilly: The Rachel Maddow Of Racism?
Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly has made waves the last few weeks for his controversial statements on racism; namely, that black people deserve discrimination due to their inherent nature as violent thugs (to paraphrase).

Bill O'Reilly (okay, a Bill O'Reilly impersonator) stopped by "The Jimmy Dore Show," a comedy offshoot of The Young Turks, to flesh out how he feels. If he's going to be racist, he's going to be the best racist. And don't think he leaves his buddy Jon Stewart off the hook for defending him as a good guy despite these type of truly vile comments.
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