Friday, August 7, 2015

Jon Stewart said goodbye to The Daily Show – Resume

Jon Stewart said goodbye to The Daily Show

Jon Stewart did tonight his last The Daily Show. It was a tearful program that, among other things, was attended by Hillary Clinton , Bill O’Reilly and Jon Stewart’s idol Bruce Springsteen .

Jon Stewart had worked on The Daily Show for 16 years. The show was also attended all of his old correspondents as Kristen Schaal , Samantha Bee and Steve Carrell .

Jon Stewart explained jokingly that he was not retired and that he neither is “dying”.

– Nothing ends here. It is just a pause in the conversation. So instead of saying goodbye or goodnight so I just say “I’ll have a drink,” said Stewart writes Hollywood Reporter.

Donald Trump called host fat pig

Multi-millionaire Donald Trump was both hurrad and booed in the night’s first televised debate of the presidential elections in the US in 2016. Among other things, he should have avoided to swear allegiance to the Republicans and called a hostess “fat pig”.

Donald Trump was one of ten aspirants to become the Republican presidential candidate in next year’s election that took part in TV debate tonight. Reality show Celebrity and real estate magnate stole the show directly. He refused, for example, to answer the question whether he will support the person who will be the Republican presidential candidate.

When Trump received a question of misogyny from TV-values ​​ Megyn Kelly – after She listed the times he called the women he dislike for fat pigs – he chose to answer “Just Rosie O’Donnell ” which is a known host. It writes the Omni and references including Yahoo.

Fox wants to win back the audience – Prison Break Comeback

The TV channel Fox will revive the popular series Prison Break which aired between 2005 and 2009.

The series will be broadcast in ten sections and is kind of a sequel to its predecessor, said Fox president Dana Walden at a press conference, according to Adweek.

The series takes place several years after the events of Prison Break. Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller comes back as brothers Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield . New Prison Break will, among other things, deal with the series finale, where one of the brothers died.

JCDecaux wins 3-billion deal

Outdoor advertising company JCDecaux has taken over the world’s largest contracts for bus shelter advertising from Clear Channel. This applies to the company TFL running buses in London.

The deal is worth about three billion. JCDecaux will be selling space of 4,900 bus shelters. Kontaktet start to apply from 1 January in 2016.

– The contract with JCDecaux provides good value for fare and taxpayers and will generate revenue for us to invest in delivering better services for our customers, says Leon Daniels , CEO of TFL, according to the Campaign.


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