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Fox News alum Carl Cameron worried Shepard Smith's exit could turn channel into 'propaganda'

Carl Cameron

Carl Cameron, a former Fox News reporter who was with the channel for more than 20 years, is voicing his concerns after Shepard Smith shocked by announcing his departure Friday.

Cameron, who says his "Campaign Carl" moniker came courtesy of Smith, appeared on CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday to discuss the impact his former colleague's exit may have on the channel.

"There are an awful lot of really good journalists at Fox News Channel. It's just that they're vastly outnumbered by the opinion makers, and the opinion makers are more interested in playing to people's bias than anything else," said Cameron. "And it makes it very difficult for journalists to actually give people honest facts when the air time is shrinking constantly."


Fox News host Shep Smith is leaving the network after 23 years

Shepard Smith resigns from Fox NewsFox News' chief anchor Shepard Smith, who has long reported critically on President Donald Trump and his administration, is resigning from Fox after 23 years with the network.

Jay Wallace, the president of Fox Media, said Friday was Smith's last day on the job in a memo published by The Daily Beast's Max Tani.

Smith announced that he resigned from his post even as Fox asked him to stay on.

This comes weeks after Smith exchanged on-air barbs with fellow Fox host Tucker Carlson over Smith's coverage of Trump's Ukraine scandal.

TVNL Comment: Good luck in whatever you choose to do, Shepard Smith.  You've been true to yourself, and never became part of the lies and distortions that characterized Fox News.


The Internet Is Overrun With Images of Child Sexual Abuse. What Went Wrong?

Internet overrun with photos of child abuse

The images are horrific. Children, some just 3 or 4 years old, being sexually abused and in some cases tortured.

Pictures of child sexual abuse have long been produced and shared to satisfy twisted adult obsessions. But it has never been like this: Technology companies reported a record 45 million online photos and videos of the abuse last year.

More than a decade ago, when the reported number was less than a million, the proliferation of the explicit imagery had already reached a crisis point. Tech companies, law enforcement agencies and legislators in Washington responded, committing to new measures meant to rein in the scourge. Landmark legislation passed in 2008.

Yet the explosion in detected content kept growing — exponentially.


Trump says two Washington Post reporters shouldn't be allowed at the White House

Trump wants to bar two reporters from WH

President Donald Trump on Saturday took aim at two Washington Post reporters, saying they “shouldn’t even be allowed” at the White House following a story critical of the administration’s record.

“The Washington Post’s @PhilipRucker (Mr. Off the Record) & @AshleyRParker, two nasty lightweight reporters, shouldn’t even be allowed on the grounds of the White House because their reporting is so DISGUSTING & FAKE,” the president tweeted at 7:09 a.m.


ThinkProgress, a Top Progressive News Site, Has Shut Down

Think Progress shuts down

ThinkProgress, the influential news site that rose to prominence in the shadow of the Bush administration and helped define progressivism during the Obama years, is shutting down.

The outlet, which served as an editorially independent project of the Democratic Party think tank Center for American Progress, will stop current operations on Friday and be converted into a site where CAP scholars can post. Top officials at CAP had been searching for a buyer to take over ThinkProgress, which has run deficits for years, and according to sources there were potentially three serious buyers in the mix recently.

But in a statement to staff, Navin Nayak, the executive director of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, said the site was ultimately unable to secure a patron.


Judge tells White House to reinstate reporter’s pass

Brian karem has WH oass reinstated by courtA judge has blocked the White House’s decision to revoke the press pass of Playboy correspondent Brian Karem over a Rose Garden showdown in July with former White House aide Sebastian Gorka.

U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras issued a decision Tuesday evening granting a preliminary injunction restoring Karem’s so-called “hard pass” on the grounds that the reporter had no clear notice of the rules governing press behavior at events like the presidential appearance that preceded the heated exchange.


Jeanine Pirro talks about her suspension from Fox News, rips network as 'unbelievable'

jeanine Pirro suspended from FOX

The "Justice with Judge Jeanine" host was caught criticizing her show's network, admitting Fox News had suspended her, and she is worried she is on thin ice.

The comments came as cameras rolled during the 68-year-old's Tuesday appearance on Sebastian Gorka's show on Salem Radio Network. Gorka, a former Fox News contributor, told Pirro between segments he'd love to have her on his show again in the near future.

"We'll see if they let me. You know, Fox reviews everything. They’re unbelievable," she remarked, though Gorka had cautioned Pirro earlier, "we're still live."

Pirro, who mentioned she had an appearance on longtime Fox News host Sean Hannity's program Tuesday night, said the network was holding her back from other appearances.


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