April 30, 2021 - 10:56 BST Sharnaz Shahid Good Morning Britain host Ben Shephard makes epic royal gaffe over remarks made on Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding anniversary celebrations Ben Shephard gave Good Morning Britain viewers a good reason to chuckle when he commented on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's heartwarming family video . Speaking to co-host Kate Garraway about Prince William and Kate 's tenth wedding anniversary on Friday, the GMB presenter inadvertently called them by their wrong titles. MORE: Kate Middleton's family video shot at Norfolk home has fans reacting the same way Loading the player... WATCH: Ben Shephard makes epic royal gaffe on GMB Instead, Ben referred to them as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - the official names for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle . "It was the tenth anniversary yesterday of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Very lovely celebration … [Read more...] about Ben Shephard makes epic TV gaffe after mixing up Kate Middleton and Prince William’s names
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April 03, 2021 - 18:35 BST Diane Shipley Saturday Night Takeaway stars Ant and Dec have opened up about an incident early on in their careers as hosts of SM:TV Live Whether they're presenting Saturday Night Takeaway , Britain's Got Talent or I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! , Geordie duo Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly never fail to make audiences at home laugh. MORE: The sweet way Dec reacted to Ant's engagement news revealed Having been on screens for over 25 years now, the pair have lots of fun times to reminisce over, and shared a surprising memory whilst chatting to Glamour magazine last year. While the long-time friends didn't routinely drink alcohol before appearing on live television, they admitted in the interview that they had to present kids' TV show SM:TV Live the morning after they had been out to celebrate the new millennium the night before – and they didn't have time to … [Read more...] about Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly make startling revelation about their TV career
IMDBb TV’s Alex Rider . Photo: Courtesy of Amazon Studios/Nick Wall/Eleventh Hour Films/So The hottest front in the streaming wars right now is the battle for free TV. Platforms such as Roku Channel, Pluto, and Tubi are scrambling to give subscription-wary consumers zero-cost alternatives, betting they’ll be willing to put up with a few minutes of ads in exchange for the sort of content you’d traditionally find on broadcast TV or basic cable. And one of the biggest players in the space is IMDb TV, which suffers from an unfortunate six-syllable mouthful of a name but also boasts one very important asset: It’s owned by Amazon. While the global e-commerce giant already has a firm footing in the subscription business via Prime Video, IMDb TV represents an opportunity for the company to grow its already-significant advertising revenues and dominate the rapidly growing category of free, ad-supported TV — or FAST, for short. Industry folks I’ve talked to think IMDb TV has a leg up … [Read more...] about IMDb TV Wants to Win the Free Streaming Wars
As he’s done so often on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert went live after President Biden’s big speech. The President had his first joint address to Congress Wednesday night, and Colbert’s live monologue gave him the edge (and the clips) to break it down for us. Whereas Jimmy Fallon had to do an guestimate impression of what he thought the address might be like, Colbert was able to riff on the speech itself. Biden’s speech set forward ambitious goals for the country, including investing in science and increasing government aid to its citizens. Colbert included a supercut of every time Biden said “jobs,” which was incredibly, tediously, wondrously long. Colbert was also able to talk more specifically about the raid on Rudy Giuliani’s. Colbert unveiled a new title card with a fart sound effect, so you know the news is important. … [Read more...] about Watch Stephen Colbert’s Live Post-Biden Speech Monologue
Photo: FRQNCY The live-performance business has long been a powerful economic engine for many, many kinds of artists. This is as true for musicians in the streaming age as it is for comedians and, yes, podcasters . (Let’s set theater aside for this discussion. Different bag altogether.) The pandemic, of course, brought live performances to a halt, pushing the business to a cascade of Zoom calls and, to some extent, underground . I can’t speak for everyone, obviously, but my sense is that success in such efforts has mostly been modest at best, chiefly functioning as marginal stop-gap measures as opposed to true virtual adaptations. As the United States inches towards relative normalcy — though within a global context that remains tenuous — the live-performance business in the country appears to be gingerly preparing for the light at the end of the tunnel. Bands are announcing dates again. Some venues are starting to hold very small, socially distant performances. Music … [Read more...] about Are Podcasts Ready For Live Events Again?