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Facebook Teams Up With Time Warner For New Anti-Bullying App!

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Good! Definitely a step in the right direction.

We are VERY pleased to announce that Facebook and Time Warner have teamed up for a new anti-bullying application, called The Stop Bullying: Speak Up Social Pledge App.

The goal of the app is to enable "educators, parents and teachers to commit to end bullying by signing an online pledge and recruiting others to join them."

Publications/networks that will promote the app include TIME, Sports Illustrated, Cartoon Network, and CNN.

Celebs who have already signed the pledge include

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Maria Menounos Says F**k You, NBC Leaves Access Hollywood And Joins EXTRA!

Filed under: TV NewsMedia MinuteBusiness BlitzDr. Drew

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It's gonna be pret-ty awkward when she runs into former co-workers…

Last month, as Maria Menounos' NBC contract was about to expire, we heard that the network wanted to keep her on Access Hollywood, but scale back on her contributions to other shows.

Looks like that didn't sit well with Maria, because not only has she left NBC, but she's signed a multi-year deal with Time Warner's Telepictures, which will have her co-hosting Access Hollywood rival show Extra with Mario Lopez!

Aside from Extra, she'll also

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OK! Magazine Sold To National Enquirer Parent Company

Filed under: Media MinuteBusiness Blitz

OK! Enquirer Covers

Earlier we reported OK! Magazine was anything but okay. However, things are looking a little more optimistic!

Since the magazine launched on American soil, the company lost $218.3 million AND was losing $500,000 a week in the most recent fiscal year.

Time Warner had interest in buying the magazine, but faded presumably after looking at how much money OK! was losing every week.

Fortunately for the gossip magazine, American Media Inc. — home to the National Enquirer and Star — has agreed to make the purchase and plans to continue publishing it!

Sounds like a lot of nervous employees will get to keep their jobs, which is always a good thing, but now it's a matter of making some money!

Do U think the OK! can turn a profit under new management?

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US Ok! Magazine Is NOT OK!

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Looks like there's some a lot of question as to whether or not the US version of Ok! Magazine is actually gonna be O-K.

Ever since an American edition of OK! was brought to the US in 2005, the company has lost $218.3 million! AND based on recent financial results from their parent company Northern & Shell, it looks like the mag was losing nearly $500,000 a week in the most recent fiscal year. Yikes!

Time Warner had expressed interest in acquiring the American version of the magazine, but now it seems like they're not feeling it anymore.

Here's what a source had to say about Time Warner's loss of interest in the mag:

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Superman Renouncing His U.S. Citizenship Causes Backlash!

Filed under: Wacky, Tacky & TruePolitik

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A little over a week ago, Superman renounced his U.S. citizenship in DC's Action Comics #900, when he was "scolded by a member of the president's security staff for appearing at a protest in Iran, with the notion that Superman's actions reflect the positions of U.S. government as a whole."

The Man of Steel had the following to say about it at the time:

"I'm tired of having my actions construed as instruments of U.S. policy."

It was def a controversial move, and now the backlash is growing against the superhero, D.C. Comics, AND parent company Time Warner.

Boycott threats against Time Warner as a whole have begun, and apparently they're being taken seriously because DC Comics reportedly "may be rethinking the story line."

Guess Superman will have to head over to the Fortress of Solitude to think this one over. LOLz.

Do U think Superman should stick to his guns? Or would U prefer he return to his patriotic ways?

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