A viewing party to celebrate the fourth season premiere of HBO’s VEEP was hosted at Dog Tag Bakery in Washington, D.C. on April 11, 2015. Proceeds from the evening benefited Dog Tag’s mission to provide education and leadership development for our nation’s veterans.
A viewing party at Dog Tag Bakery in Washington, D.C. celebrated the fourth season premiere of HBO’s VEEP. Using data from Zignal Labs, media mentions and public sentiment surrounding Selina Meyer’s campaign for reelection as President of the United States were tracked and measured against 2016 presidential hopefuls.
Guests were also treated to the “Selina Meyer Shot” served Secret Service-style.
Variety covered the premiere party in NYC: HBO Stars Help Celebrate ‘Veep’s’ Fourth-Season Premiere
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“Matt Saal, the creator and executive producer of PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton, is leaving MSNBC for a new role at Bloomberg TV. Saal will serve as an EP at Bloomberg after 12 years with MSNBC.”
Read more via adweek.com: ‘PoliticsNation’ EP Matt Saal Leaving MSNBC for Bloomberg
Late night’s newest host isn’t James Corden on CBS’ The Late Late Show; it’s Neil deGrasse Tyson on Nat Geo.
Read more via variety.com: Nat Geo Latenight Series Hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson To Launch April 20
“On Wednesday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who stars as former vice president and now President Selina Meyer on HBO’s “Veep,” accepted real Vice President Joe Biden’s challenge in observance of the fifth anniversary of the first lady’s Let’s Move campaign.”
Read more via politico.com: Two ‘veeps’, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Joe Biden, take Michelle Obama’s challenge
FOX Business Network (FBN) has signed Bloomberg’s Trish Regan as an anchor and markets reporter, announced Bill Shine, Senior Executive Vice President of Programming for FBN and FOX News Channel.
Read more on FoxBusiness.com: FOX Business Network Signs Bloomberg’s Trish Regan
If you ever wanted to know how decisions get made (or not) in network news, read Gabriel Sherman’s piece.
“Alec Baldwin will star in and executive produce an untitled series for Universal Television and HBO. The series will be scripted by Wells Tower, and Baldwin will play Joe Byrne, a billionaire real estate developer philanthropist, and celebrated socialite/tabloid fixture, who is unexpectedly rocketed into NYC politics when tragedy strikes the incumbent mayor and he is drafted to replace him. Cary Brokaw and Baldwin will be executive producers.”
Read more on Deadline.com: Alec Baldwin Plots TV Return As NYC Mayor In HBO Series
By AP’s Frazier Moore: “‘Conan’ [found] its host footloose and fancy-free, airing a talk show from this nearby but isolated island country for apparently the first time since Jack Paar took his own late-night show to Cuba in 1959.” Read more.