TMZ is run by legal journalist Harvey Levin. He is moving on to another project that will be announced shortly, according to our source. Since launching inTMZ has emerged as one of the most important media organizations in America, breaking stories on a regular basis. Billionaire entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban was reportedly courted by anti-Donald Trump conservatives as an alternative candidate in Starbucks CEO and chairman Howard Schultz, who considered a run for the Democratic nomination, has a rags-to-riches story that could win over the American public.
We have no idea if he's serious. Also Read: Kanye West for President ? George Clooney could emerge as the Democratic version of Ronald Reagan. Trump's success proves anything is possible.
Maybe by he'll be ready for a bigger prize. A Short Explainer. Ben Affleck might be busy with the Batman and DC Comics franchise, but he's another famous actor who has floated the idea of a second career in politics. Leonardo DiCaprio recently used his Oscar speech to make a political statement on climate change. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made it clear that his company wants to appear fair to conservatives. Could he be setting things up to appeal to both sides of the aisle?
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Representatives having to come back to D. President Trump offered up a temporary remedy for everyone scared of catching coronavirus. During Sunday's press briefing, he said his administration wouldn't be opposed to let people work from home The question was lobbed to the Prez in the wake of Rand Paul and others quarantining after Paul's coronavirus diagnosis, and DT said it straight up -- he'd be cool with a temporary measure of voting remotely, not necessarily needing bodies in D.
That would solve the quorum problem for House members, a good amount of whom would have to be back in D. Unclear if Trump and his administration would have the final say over this -- it's probably a resolution that'd have to be written in Congress and voted on -- but it doesn't sound like he'd make a big fuss if both houses decided to go this route.
Desperate times There is a quiet panic going around behind the scenes at the House of Representatives because some members tell TMZ they sounded a warning 3 weeks ago about the Capitol being unsafe but they weren't heeded The members we spoke with -- who only wanted to talk on background -- tell us, about 3 weeks ago when the problems associated with coronavirus started blowing up they began talking about limiting or excluding visitors from the Capitol.
It was an especially busy time, because the House was putting together spending bills and people were flying in from all over the country to lobby members. There were also lots of visitors who came by and interacted with a number of members.
We're told the hallways were packed. One congressman told us, "No one took this seriously. Leaders from both sides initially said they didn't want to panic people. We're told the leaders ultimately consulted the Congressional doctor, but as one congressman said, "He was scared to make a decision because he was afraid he would trigger a national panic.
A congressman we spoke with says he believes he has the virus and is exhibiting mild symptoms and he has self-quarantined.
He also says, "I think lots of us [representatives] are going to get it. The House is currently not in session, but there's a big problem. The Senate is in session and is hopefully going to pass a relief bill soon.
The House members have gone home, and the only way they can approve the bill without flying to D. If one member wants to vote no on the bill, the traditional solution would be for members to fly to D.
But, putting people on airplanes -- especially when there's fear some of the members have or were exposed to the virus -- it's super risky. We're told there's talk of flying 40 at a time or figuring out some way of keeping people away from each other.
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Edit TMZ Live —. Self - Commentator 30 episodes, Heather Ross News Producer 20 episodes, Sayrie Commentator 20 episodes, Mike Guzman Self 12 episodes, KenBarbie Self 12 episodes, Harvey Levin Self - Commentator 7 episodes, Charles Latibeaudiere Self 5 episodes, Malcolm Smith Himelf 4 episodes, Dan L. Self - Commentator 3 episodes, Robert Davis Self - Commentator 3 episodes, Herbert Christopher Tobias Commentator 2 episodes, Sheila Shakibaian Self - Contributor 2 episodes, Sergio Michel Self 2 episodes, Rachel Arac Self 2 episodes, Amir Hisham Ouazzani Self 2 episodes, Carrie Keagan Self - Guest 1 episode, Dennis Davern Self 1 episode, Marti Rulli Self 1 episode, Lana Wood Self 1 episode, Sergio Alvarez Self 1 episode, Arielle Birdsong Social media talker 1 episode, Shaun Broyls Self - Guest 1 episode, Ash Christian Self 1 episode, Kristina Karo Self 1 episode, Bradley LabormanIt is essentially a television version of its sister operation, TMZa news website with a heavy emphasis on gossip of celebrities' personal lives, which debuted in December The television program is produced at studio facilities that serve as the headquarters for the parent website, located at West Jefferson Boulevard in Los Angeles, California.
On October 23,Warner Bros. TMZ on TV is broadcast in two formats: the weekday edition is broadcast as a half-hour program; a one-hour weekend edition, composed of select stories featured in each of the weekday editions from the previous week, is also produced; during major holidays occurring on a weekday, that episode may feature a format similar to the weekend edition but featuring a compilation of stories from past editions centered around a particular theme for example, a Christmas episode may center on celebrities who have been bad or good in the past year.
Unlike most entertainment news programs, TMZ on TV does not use a format of anchors in a studio delivering the stories and correspondents reporting on many of the stories in each edition; instead, most story packages are delivered via an announcer, and "in-studio" segments are taped during a morning staff pitch meeting at TMZ's Jefferson Boulevard headquarters, with some TMZ staffers delivering story pieces themselves.
The series delivers most of its stories in a humorous manner, mainly about certain celebrities, and features tongue-in-cheek jokes and double entendresthough more serious entertainment stories such as a breaking entertainment story or celebrity death — which appear on the program sparingly — often warrant a serious tone.
Pieces often feature archived clips from television series and movies often for comedic effect, though they may sometimes be used to reference a project that an entertainer is known for performing in. Many pieces are shown in the " man on the street "-type question and answer format synonymous with paparazzithough some celebrities do not answer certain questions asked to them by the videographer; a common recurring reference within the program is how certain TMZ videographers sometimes ask extremely trivial or bad questions to their subject.
In lieu of regular daily segments such as a rumor mill segment, the program often shows recurring segments that appear over several episodes that feature a humorous or satirical introduction for example, after the Tiger Woods adultery scandal broke in Novemberall stories involving Woods began with the introduction: "TNN: The Tiger News Network", using a logo and name parodying that of Cable News Channel CNN — a sister company to TMZ.
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