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AT&T’s DirecTV Cancels Newsmax After Censoring OAN

DirecTV, the video programming platform owned by AT&T, suspended service to Newsmax today, cutting the conservative cable channel off from millions of American households. Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax, blasted the decision as a “blatant act of political discrimination and censorship.”

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Director Robert Davi: If ‘My Son Hunter’ was About Donald Trump Jr., Every Hollywood Starlet Would Show Up for the Premiere

Veteran actor and “My Son Hunter” director Robert Davi told Newsmax host Chris Salcedo that if the upcoming film dramatizing the Biden family’s shady international deals and influence peddling was about Donald Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr. “they’d be having a premiere at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and every starlet in Hollywood would show up.”

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Report: Gigi Sohn’s FCC Nomination Faltering as OAN Walks Back Endorsement

The Biden administration’s nomination of the far-left progressive activist Gigi Sohn to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a powerful federal agency that oversees internet and telecommunications regulation is struggling, according to reports. The news comes as One America News (OAN) walks back its support for Sohn, with network founder Robert Herring saying: “She shouldn’t be anywhere near the FCC as far as I’m concerned.”

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Former Facebook Exec: Some ‘Conservative Influencers’ Are Bigger than CNN, ‘Turn Down’ Their Reach

CNN has opened a new front in its efforts to blacklist its competitors. After former Facebook exec Alex Stamos told Brian Stelter that YouTube and other platforms have to “turn down the capability” of Conservatives to reach “huge audiences,” CNN’s Oliver Darcy took it one step further, calling on cable companies to stop delivering the right-leaning channels One America News Network (OANN) and Newsmax to paying customers.

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Wikipedia Blacklists Newsmax Following Post-Election Popularity Boost

Newsmax has seen growing audiences at its online and televised news platforms since the disputed 2020 Presidential election amid President Donald Trump’s criticism of other conservative media coverage. After a Wikipedia editor suggested having the outlet treated as reliable, other editors responded by having Newsmax banned from use as a source for factual claims instead, partly citing its coverage of election fraud allegations, making it the latest conservative outlet banned on Wikipedia in an ongoing purge.

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Bill O’Reilly: I May Be Back on Television Soon

Friday during a lengthy interview via Skype, former Fox News “The O’Reilly Factor” host Bill O’Reilly discussed his possible future plans with Newsmax TV’s John Bachman. O’Reilly said television could be in the works, or he could keep his presence

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‘Clinton Cash’ to Air On Newsmax TV

Conservative cable news network Newsmax TV will air the groundbreaking documentary film Clinton Cash on its network on Saturday, August 27th at 9:00 p.m. ET, opening the film that exposes the alarming pattern of corruption at the embattled Clinton Foundation available to more than 40 million American homes.

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Report: Newsmax CEO Donates $1 Million to Clinton Foundation

The CEO of the right-of-center publication Newsmax reportedly pledged $1 million to the Clinton Foundation, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Chris Ruddy, the Newsmax CEO, has reportedly been “friends with the Clintons since 2007” and “last year pledged

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