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08 May 2012 Release date: 2 May 2012
Joanna Montgomery gave birth to her first child, a healthy baby girl, at age 44. Though her pregnancy was high-risk because of her age, her daughter Magnolia was born in an emergency C-section in December 2011. That is, until her doctors discovered a tumor on her fallopian tube while she was in labor.
Back in July of 2011 hundreds of YouTube partners were reportedly making over $100,000 per year. Thursday during the YouTube Keynote at VidCon Tom Picket, Global Head of content Operations & YouTube Next, reported for the first time that there are now “thousands of channels making more than six figures a year from YouTube advertising revenue alone.” This statistic is pretty impressive.
The success of "The Voice" has given NBC something to really sing about -- and it looks like the network is hoping lightning will strike twice. NBC is launching another singing competition, "The Winner Is," which will pit aspiring singers of all ages against each other in pursuit of a $1 million prize. In a seemingly familiar development, the singers will be judged by an in-studio panel led by one celebrity judge.
Did TV change America’s mind on gay marriage? From Billy Crystal's pioneering role on "Soap" to "Ellen" and "Modern Family," TV has made gays seem normal
“The Glass House” Premieres on Monday June 18th, 2012 at 10pm – 11pm (EST) on ABC.
“Fashion Star” is a fresh reality series that focuses mainly on the fashion of things where buyers are to judge a fast aray of garments and swimwear and other stylish clothing. Starring Ella Macpherson as the Host, each week the designers are faced with basic tasks to complete to see if they have what it takes to be the Next Big Fashion Star. With a judging panel of buyers, they will decide as to who stays and who goes home each week.
It’s easy to understand why 2012 is shaping up to be the year of social TV. Consumers are turning to the so-called second screen like never before.
Just watching TV without also using a tablet or smartphone at the same time seems to be on its way out. Earlier this month, Nielsen launched the first part of its report on primetime TV viewers in the U.S. and today, the analytics company is taking a deeper dive into the demographics of those who simultaneously watch TV and use their tablets. According to Nielsen, 45% of tablet owners watch TV and use their tablet together at least once a day.
If anybody could pull it off, it would be Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.