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Me-First Media Put NYC First in Storm Coverage, with Boston a Mere Afterthought

10 hours ago

New York City is the epicenter of almost all national television media: ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Fox News, Fox Business, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, Ajam, Bloomberg, etc, not to mention a majority of major print and online publications. Los Angeles is the City of Angels. Philadelphia--some Flyers and Eagles fans notwithstanding--is the City of Brotherly Love. New York is the City of Media. So when the Storm of the Century is bearing down on said city, you can bet that the pre-game show leading up to the big event is going to be almost as big as the event itself. But upon waking up this morning and expecting no power and two feet of drifting snow outside the window here in North Jersey, the scene wasn't any different than the aftermath of an average storm that hit here 72 hours earlier. All told, that storm left about seven inches and didn't affect »

- Joe Concha

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Friday Cable Ratings: CNN’s Cooper Nearly Doubles MSNBC’s Hayes in Demo

26 January 2015 4:56 PM, PST

MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes stood out Friday night as the only regular primetime show on the big three cable news networks to draw less than 100K viewers in the 25-54 demo. During the 8 p.m. time slot, Chris Hayes was third with 87K, which CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 had nearly twice as many viewers with 168K and Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor was #1 with 399K. »

- Mediaite Staff

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Watch: Skidding Car Nearly Crashes Into NBC Storm Reporter

26 January 2015 4:48 PM, PST

With today's potentially historic Winter storm comes the hoards of television reporters forced to stand out in the freezing snow to show viewers just how bad it is out there. But things almost turned tragic on Monday night when Wnbc's Stacey Bell was standing on the side of the road on Long Island and was nearly taken out by an out-of-control car. »

- Matt Wilstein

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Michigan Steakhouse Owner Officially Bans Michael Moore and Seth Rogen

26 January 2015 2:31 PM, PST

If either Michael Moore or Seth Rogen are passing through Grand Rapids, Michigan and are looking for a place to eat steak, they can forget about visiting Brann's Steakhouse and Grille. That's because owner Tommy Brann has decided to defend the film American Sniper by banning them from his restaurant. He's even broadcasting the news on a giant sign out front. »

- Matt Wilstein

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Watch Live: NYC Snow Cam

26 January 2015 1:03 PM, PST

Dubbed "Winter Storm Juno" by The Weather Channel, this week's massive blizzard is expected to dump more than two feet of snow on Boston and more than one foot on New York City between late Monday and Tuesday evening when the peak of the storm is likely to hit. At least 28 million people live in areas expected to see blizzard-like conditions. »

- Mediaite TV

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Watch Live: Weather Channel Tracks Massive Northeast Blizzard

26 January 2015 9:03 AM, PST

Dubbed "Winter Storm Juno" by The Weather Channel, this week's massive blizzard is expected to dump more than two feet of snow on Boston and more than one foot on New York City between late Monday and Tuesday evening when the peak of the storm is likely to hit. At least 28 million people live in areas expected to see blizzard-like conditions. »

- Mediaite TV

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