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Ellen set to say goodbye to popular talk show

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In some sad news, media Icon Ellen has revealed she will soon end her daily talk show.

She’s been a regular on our televisions since the debut of the Ellen Show, but now DeGeneres is about to say goodbye to one of the most popular and successful shows in American talk show history.

The media personality has announced she will end her Emmy-winning daytime talk show next year after its upcoming 19th season.

The comedian revealed the news In an interview with the Hollywood reporter. 

Ellen is set to open up and will discuss the decision on Thursday’s show with guest Oprah Winfrey.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has won more than 60 Emmy awards.

Ellen started her career in stand-up comedy in her New Orleans hometown before moving into the world of television, where she starred in comedy series “Ellen” in the mid-1990s.

In 1997, both she and her TV character came out as homosexual long before being gay was accepted in mainstream America.

“Ellen” was canceled a year later, but DeGeneres returned to television in 2003 with her daytime show.

An advocate for animals, gay rights and anti-bullying campaigns, DeGeneres became known for promoting kindness and compassion on her light-hearted show.

In 2020, Ellen faced a PR disaster with allegations of toxic culture made against her.

That forced the TV star to apologize on-air, when season 18 returned.

Ellen says her future plans are uncertain but said she is open to movie roles and wants to be more involved in environmental conservation efforts.

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Hong Kong’s film crackdown

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Films in Hong Kong are at risk of being censored if authorities think it may endanger national security

This order allows censors to prevent and suppress acts that do not uphold the sovereignty and of China.

Hong Kong’s thriving film industry had previously enjoyed freedoms not seen on the mainland.

According to the new guidelines, any film which supports or promotes offensive material that could endanger the security of the region will be censored.

“The film censorship regulatory framework is built on the premise of a balance between protection of individual rights and freedoms on the one hand, and the protection of legitimate societal interests on the other,” 

the government said.

Last year Beijing imposed a new law to stamp out pro-democracy protests part of the national security law that can carry a maximum term of life in prison.

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Cracking the content code: Pride Month in Gaming

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Twitch takes on Facebook’s streaming platform, boasting increased popularity and engagement

Although Facebook has taken the lead when it comes to social media, they have Twitch firmly in their sights for gamers & content creation.

Facebook is negotiating various perks, including a feature allowing content partners to play licensed music during streams. Additionally, Facebook’s 30% subscription deals compare well to Twitch’s default 50% on the surface…Twitch remains the favourite with a solid lead thanks to it’s ten year head start.

‘Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remastered’ remains in limbo. This comes after Ubisoft withdrew the release window from their 2021 line up.

Logan Paul took on Floyd Mayweather in an entertaining bout this week.

With gaming fans quick to spot his highly valuable and highly collectable Pokemon Card, which he touted around his neck before the fight.

Paul purchased the card for $150,000!

Here, streamer Brysupersaurus joins us to discuss the latest from the world of streaming and how Pride Month has kicked off with Twitch celebrating it’s LGBTQIA+ community and creators.

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Jane Fonda says Biden hasn’t done enough to tackle the climate crisis

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American actress Jane Fonda demanded US president Joe Biden immediately closes oil pipelines

Jane Fonda joined protesters calling for the closure of the Line 3 Piepline in Northern Minnesota.

“The scientists say we have less than nine years to cut our emissions in half. Line 3 is going in the absolute opposite direction, and the news every day is telling us, emissions are going up, not down.”

President Biden has “done a lot of very good things. But not enough. Not bold enough. And not fast enough.”

Jane Fonda On BBC’s New day

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