Oxygen Media defends series about missing teen case

A lawsuit seeking $35 million over an Oxygen Media television series about the disappearance of an Alabama teenager in Aruba presents an “inaccurate depiction” of the show, the company said in response to the complaint. A statement released late Tuesday by Oxygen, which specializes in true-crime entertainment programming for women, said it has “deep compassion…

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Old Celebrity Scandals the Media Would Freak Over Today

The celebrity scandal has become the window dressing of our daily lives on the Internet. Trending celebrity hashtags can spring up overnight over the slightest public mishap or regrettable fashion choice, discussed and dissected by thousands. Which historical celebrity scandals would have blown up the Internet if they happened in the present day? Classic Hollywood…

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Scribe Media Hits A New Milestone!

Officials at SCRIBE MEDIA announced today that their combined subscriber base on seven of their flagship titles has officially passed 20 million. In addition the current subscriber base of the combined seven titles managed by SCRIBE MEDIA has increased by 15 million to a total 22 million subscribers. The 2018 goal is set double the…

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How Does Social Media Impact Schools?

Our society is making major changes every day, and social media is dictating some of these changes and is influencing how our society operates. As a result, whatever changes we see in society will have a definite impact on what happens in our schools. To run effectively, schools cannot ignore these societal changes. That’s why…

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Bullying and Social Media

Adolescence is such a difficult time in life. Although, kids can be very resilient, it is evident that our experiences during these times can have life-long effects. Adolescents who are teased about looks, weight, the clothes they wear or anything else, can develop complexes that follow them through life. Have you ever met the girl…

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