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Viva! WONQ Brings Salsa To Orlando

Viva! WONQ Brings Salsa To Orlando Q Broadcasting has flipped Spanish News/Talk “La Grande 1030” WONQ Oveido/99.5 W258DD Orlando FL to Salsa “Viva FM“. The new format launched on April 29 with owner George Mier serving as Program Director. View this post on Instagram Se acabó la espera… Ya llegó Viva FM! Donde Vive la salsa! #orlando #florida #salsero #salsera A post shared by Viva FM Orlando (@vivafmorlando) on Apr 29, 2019 at 11:09am PDT Q Broadcasting in Florida has launched VIVA FM, a 100% Salsa format for the Orlando market. It will be carried on a simulcast/combo of WONQ 99.5 FM and 1030 AM, with coverage of Orange, Osceola, Brevard, Polk, and parts… ….. Read More.RADIO INSIGHT – News | Radio-TV Industry NewsWed, May 15, 20195 days ago


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GOP Congressman Who Calls for Impeachment Stands Alone

GOP Congressman Who Calls for Impeachment Stands AloneWASHINGTON—He was known in the Michigan statehouse as “Mr. No” for voting against some Republican legislation. But now in Congress, on the question of whether President Donald Trump should be impeached, Rep. Justin Amash is the lone Republican saying “Yes.” In tweeted remarks over the weekend, Amash wrote that he’s read special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Trump’s conduct during and after the 2016 presidential election. Mueller did not find evidence of conspiracy with Russia, but he revealed startling details about Trump’s efforts to shut down the probe and made no recommendation on obstruction. Amash did, becoming the only Republican in Congress to call for the House to formally charge the president. “Mueller’s report reveals that President Trump engaged in specific actions and a pattern of behavior that meet the threshold for impeachment,” Amash, a longtime Trump critic, tweeted on Saturday after reading…


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Game of Thrones Finale: Daenerys Vows to Make a Hell of Earth

Game of Thrones Finale: Daenerys Vows to Make a Hell of EarthFor its first 40 minutes, the Game of Thrones series finale is a gripping horror story. It’s snowing in King’s Landing—or are those ashes?—when Jon and Tyrion learn that the genocidal cruelty Daenerys visited upon Cersei’s innocent civilians is just the beginning: The Dragon Queen plans to bring fire and blood to every corner of the world as part of her insane plan to “break the wheel” of tyranny. Those who defy her will meet the same fates as the Dothraki khals, the nobles of Mereen, and everyone else who got in her way. A central theme of Game of Thrones has been that people must do terrible things to obtain political power. Melisandre warned Stannis in the season two finale that he would have to betray everything he stood for—including his family—to gain the throne, and sure enough, he eventually burned his…


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Instagram and Facebook Ban Far-Right Extremists

Instagram and Facebook Ban Far-Right ExtremistsIn an effort to contain misinformation and extremism that has increasingly spread across the platform, Instagram has banned several prominent right-wing extremists.Specifically, Instagram and its parent company, Facebook, have banned Alex Jones, Infowars, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, Paul Nehlen, and Louis Farrakhan under their policies against dangerous individuals and organizations.Infowars is subject to the strictest ban. Any account that shares Infowars content will see the content removed; if an account violates terms on multiple occasions it will be banned. Facebook and Instagram will remove any content containing Infowars videos, radio segments, or articles, and Facebook will remove any Groups set up to share Infowars content and Events promoting any of the banned extremist figures, according to a company spokesperson. (Twitter, YouTube, and Apple have also banned Alex Jones and Infowars.)[Read: Jack Dorsey’s dangerous defense of Alex Jones]Jones, Yiannopoulos, Watson, Loomer, Nehlen, and…


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The Democrats’ Age Divide Is Defining the 2020 Primary

The Democrats’ Age Divide Is Defining the 2020 PrimaryWhen the progressive tag team of Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez skirmished with Joe Biden this week over climate policy, the altercation pointed toward the former vice president’s most glaring vulnerability in the 2020 Democratic presidential race—while simultaneously underscoring the imperative for him to defend his greatest asset.Biden’s most obvious weakness in the crowded contest is that his centrist instincts and policy record, particularly during his 36-year-long Senate career, are likely to regularly spark conflict with younger progressives like Ocasio-Cortez who are growing far more assertive in the party. His greatest strength is his appeal to older Democratic voters, both white and African American, who are typically more ideologically moderate and more politically pragmatic. For the 76-year-old Biden, that’s an acceptable tradeoff because voters older than 45 cast fully 60 percent of all votes in the 2016 Democratic primary, according…


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