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Actor Michael Boatman is one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces. With notable TV roles on “Spin City,” “Instant Mom” and “Madam Secretary,” longevity is his forte. Now in his fourth season on CBS‘s “The Good Fight,” Boatman’s character Julius Cain is giving an alternative perspective on Republican voters. Speaking to rolling out, Boatman described the…

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Starting on Monday, March 16, 2020, some ABC and CBS talk shows will join a number of others who have cut their “live audience” due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a statement, ABC said: “As a precautionary measure, we have decided to temporarily suspend the live audience for “Jimmy Kimmel Live” beginning Monday, March…

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After six years, Aisha Tyler is saying goodbye to “The Talk.” On Thursday, the co-host fought back tears while announcing her upcoming departure from the CBS daytime talk show. “I have had an amazing six years with you guys,” Tyler said on the show. “We’ve had babies and weddings, and you know good things have happened,…

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The Los Angeles Chapter of the Black Public Relations Society hosted their inaugural #BrandBuilders: Breakthrough To Excellence Conference at the SAG-AFTRA headquarters in Los Angeles. The one-day conference featured panel discussions on public relations, community relations, crisis communications, and news and media led by industry professionals. More than 20 brands were represented, including Disney, the LA Rams, NBC, Magic…

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Peachtree TV is changing reality television with a docu-series about the life of hip-hop/pop artist Jacques Johnson. At a meet and greet on Wednesday, Sept. 28, Johnson and his cast mates sat down with Larry Love to let folks know what to expect on “Who is Jacques Johnson?” Johnson’s friends are actually his real friends that he’s grown up with…

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Taylor Rooks Anchor and Reporter SportsNet New York Sideline Reporter CBS Sports Network University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Taylor Rooks has just joined SportsNet New York as an anchor and reporter. She will also be a sideline reporter for CBS Sports Network. Previously, Rooks was an on-air host, reporter, and correspondent for the Big Ten…

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Errol Barnett Washington Correspondent CBS News University of California, Los Angeles, B.A. Santa Monica College, A.A. Errol Barnett recently joined CBS as a correspondent and television anchor. Prior to joining the network, he was an anchor and correspondent for CNN International in Atlanta, Georgia. For a time, he was based out of Johannesburg, South Africa…

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Earlier this week rolling out reported the strange case of a father who barbecued the family dog in front of his family. If you thought the story could not get any weirder you would be wrong. Jonathan Lowe, a journalist for KPHO in Phoenix, was covering the story when he had a need to relieve…

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Ava DuVernay is on a winning streak. Just last week it was announced that the scorching hot director will be working on the “Queen Sugar” series with Oprah Winfrey, and now she’s been tapped to serve as executive producer and director for an upcoming pilot for CBS. The pilot, a drama titled “For Justice,” is about an FBI…

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Greg Anthony, an NBA and CBS sports commentator, was recently arrested for soliciting a prostitute for sex. According the Washington Post, details of the transaction have now been released. Anthony was reportedly staying at the DoubleTree hotel because he was scheduled to serve as a commentator for a college basketball game on Jan. 18. However,…

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LL Cool J will return to reprise his role as the host of the 57th annual Grammy Awards on CBS. This will mark the “NCIS: Los Angeles” star’s fourth consecutive year as master of ceremonies, including his memorable 2012 debut just hours after the tragic passing of iconic superstar Whitney Houston. In addition to announcing…

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