Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
Discover everything the DC Universe has to offer. DC Daily brings you the latest news, special guests, and insights from every corner of the multiverse.
Daily Politics is a British television show launched by the BBC in 2003 and presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn. The programme takes an in-depth look at the daily goings on in Westminster and other areas across Britain and the world, and includes interviews with leading politicians and political commentators.
Romantic anthology web series revolving around 12 stories of 12 months of young people on their paths to love.
A science magazine show that brings you the world like you've never seen it before. The hosts demystify the mysteries of science and bridge the gap between the lab and your living room. From movies to microbiology, space to sports, food to hi-tech gizmos, they make sense of the science of everyday life ... and they make it fun too.
EP Daily is a daily news television show that covers movies, TV shows, comic books, collectibles and gadgets. Created and executive produced by host Victor Lucas, and his Vancouver, British Columbia production company Greedy Productions Ltd, EP Daily has been a staple on airwaves since its debut in September 1997.
FYI Daily is a daily entertainment news round up broadcast on ITV2, and occasionally on ITV3 and ITV4, it airs mid-way through films. It is on air for 60 seconds and airs a maximum of twice a day. Prior to 2010 it was simply branded as Entertainment News.
Star! Daily was a Canadian half-hour daily entertainment television series aired on Star!, A-Channel and Citytv. The show was hosted by Dina Pugliese and Husein Madhavji along with entertainment reporters Larysa Harapyn, Liz West, Danielle McGimsie and Sean Gehon. Due to the acquisition of Star! and A-Channel by CTVglobemedia, Star! Daily was discontinued on October 11, 2007 and 22 members of its production staff were laid off. Its airings were replaced on both networks in favor of CTV's own entertainment news program etalk—which CTVglobemedia staff considered to be a more successful program in comparison.
Daily Connection was a daytime news and lifestyle program produced by NBC News in collaboration with the affiliates that aired it. The program featured a mix of original reporting and content from other NBCUniversal properties, most notably the TODAY show. Other contributing outlets included NBC News Channel, CNBC, MSNBC, The Weather Channel, Dateline, Bravo, Access Hollywood, and NBC News Mobile. Breaking local or national news was also aired. Each broadcast's content was created by NBC News in New York, then sent to the stations, who produced the actual live broadcasts using their local anchors. This allowed stations to give their anchors more exposure, typically replacing a syndicated daytime program with an extra half-hour of news. The show largely avoided political stories in favor of entertainment news, health issues, strange news, and investigative reports. It aired on several NBC-affiliated stations around the country, both owned & operated as well as independent. It started in September 2009 on WRC in Washington and was rolled out to several other stations over the course of about a year. The Daily Connection was last broadcast Monday July 25, 2011 after NBC News decided to pull the plug on the program.
Former NBC News fixture Chris Hansen leads a team of correspondents on this series that explores the world of crime, mystery and drama through real-life criminal cases. Hansen brings to the show a modified version of a long-running segment he did at NBC. In "Hansen vs. Predator," he helps bring down predators who use social media to target children. Dirty politicians, financial scammers and celebrities are also targeted by Hansen's investigations. Hansen anchors the show from the streets of New York City, while most of the correspondents are based at the Los Angeles newsroom.