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The CBBC has come under fire on Twitter in response to a section of one of its audience guides entitled ‘Girls are girls and boys are boys’.

Gore vs Bradley: Now it's personal

THE RACE for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination looked wide open yesterday after the Vice-President Al Gore and former Senator Bill Bradley squared off on television in a fractious and at times fiery encounter that showed their best and worst sides, but did little to settle the contest.

Murdoch hints at deal between TV networks pounds 16bn NBC sale

THE US media world is puzzling over a suggestion by Rupert Murdoch on his Fox television channel that NBC, one of the big three American television networks, had been offered for sale to Time Warner for $25bn (pounds 15.6bn).

Media: Watch out... the British are coming!

The success of UK quiz show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? has started an American gold rush. After years of importing US comedies, can we finally turn the tide?

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Leading Article: Celebrity countdown

POLITICS AND entertainment have long been soul mates in the United States. But it is becoming increasingly hard to draw the line between the two. This autumn, NBC will broadcast The West Wing, a take on life in the White House. The show's advisers include Patrick Caddell, a former White House strategist. He could soon have another job: advising Warren Beatty, who, worried by the lack of attention given to serious issues such as inequality, is considering the presidency. They could be up against their Hollywood neighbour Cybill Shepherd, who is contemplating running on an anti-abortion platform, and a former basketball star, Bill Bradley. A wrestler is a state governor; turn on the TV, and there is the ex-mayor of Cincinnati, Jerry Springer, hosting his ludicrous talk shows.

Media: Have I got ancient news for you

It may not be as sexy as comedy or wildlife, but history is the latest TV ratings-puller. By Darius Sanai

Television: War that lasted longer than Seinfeld

W hen the media mogul Ted Turner decided that he wanted to tell the definitive story of the Cold War, it is said that he told a lackey to contact Jeremy Irons, whom he considered to be the man best qualified to make an umpteen-part documentary series on deteriorating post-war relations between East and West. Fortunately, the lackey knew he meant Jeremy Isaacs. Otherwise, Cold War (BBC2) might have been a very different beast indeed. It might have ended up being called Warhead Revisited.

CBS chief wants television merger with NBC

THE PROSPECT of a huge merger that would reshape America's television industry was raised yesterday as the chairman of CBS, the largest TV network, said that he wanted to buy its rival NBC. Though the deal raises huge issues of competition and finance, it intrigued the market.
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