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The doctors TV would like to thank the truth

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Several of the actors and actresses who have incarnated to doctors in television series such as Grey’s Anatomy, Scrubs and ER, starred in a video set on which to appreciate the work of health professionals by the crisis of the coronavirus.

“Thank you, heroes of healing”, is titled the clip posted on Instagram by the actress Olivia Wilde, who played ” the doctor “Remy Thirteen” in House and appears with colleagues such as Patrick Dempsey (Grey’s Anatomy), Neil Patrick Harris (Doogie Howser, M. D.) and Sandra Oh (ER), among others.

The initiative also aims to encourage more people to help with donations to the hospitals in the purchase of medical supplies and protective for the professionals.

“On behalf of the unlicensed physicians from all over the world, we want to thank the superheroes of health are in the first line of this crisis. On this#worldhealthday’ (world day of health), consider donating to purchase essential resources for these first responders who risk their lives for us”, wrote Wilde.

According to the actress, the “most close to that has been to be a doctor is wearing a suit” and “is not the same”.

“I just want to give thanks to the heroes of truth, there are other people who also want to do it,” he said in the video to present to their colleagues, that were recorded from their homes.

Among the acknowledgements, Sandra Oh took his words to ground staff to recognize the work of his brother-in-law, who is a doctor of the emergency room.

“I wish all of you health and safety. And a quick thank you to my brother-in-law, Scott, who is a er doctor in Vancouver. You want to,” shared the actress who played precisely to a healthcare emergency on television.

For its part, the healthcare crisis by the COVID-19 has been forced to suspend the filming of various tv series that take place in hospitals, who have donated sanitary materials used by their interpreters to medical centers real.

For example, the team of the well-known Grey’s Anatomy handed over his robes and gloves to several hospitals in California.

Also the producers of “Station 19”, the recording of which is suspended, handed out 300 surgical masks type N95 to equipment fire and emergencies, because they are almost sold out in the market.

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Originally posted 2020-04-08 23:01:43.

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‘Sesame Street’ Shares Moving Message After George Floyd’s Death: “Racism Has No Place on Our Street”

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Beloved children’s program Sesame Street is speaking up against racism. This week, the Sesame Street Instagram account shared a profound message urging viewers to practice “diversity, inclusion, and, especially, kindness” during these trying times. In addition to its moving message, CNN will be airing a special Sesame Street racism episode, Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism. The CNN and Sesame Street town hall will give children a space to discuss racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and empathy in a forum guided by experts and parents.

On Monday, Sesame Street issued a poignant message in support of Americans protesting George Floyd’s death. “Racism has no place on our Street — or on any street,” the Sesame Street racism message read. “Today and every day we stand together with our Black colleagues, partners, collaborators, and the entire Black community. We stand with friends around the globe to speak out against racism, to promote understanding, and to create a world that is smarter, stronger, and kinder.”

But the famed children’s show isn’t stopping there. On Saturday, CNN and Sesame Street will be airing a town hall event to “talk to kids about racism, the recent nationwide protests, embracing diversity and being more empathetic and understanding,” according to CNN. The 60-minute CNN/Sesame Street town hall will be hosted by Big Bird, anchor Van Jones, and correspondent Erica Hill and will feature a variety of different characters as they answer questions submitted by families across the country.

Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism is CNN’s second Sesame Street town hall this spring. The first, held in April, addressed the novel coronavirus pandemic and provided resources for parents attempting to explain the COVID-19 outbreak to their children.

The Sesame Street town hall airs this Saturday, June 6, at 10 a.m. ET. The special Sesame Street event will air on CNN, CNN International, and CNN en Español; it will also stream live on CNN.com’s homepage and through CNN’s apps for free, no cable log-in required.

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Kany Garcia announces daily schedule for your social networks

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In these days, in which the emergence of the coronavirus COVID-19 has a large part of the world’s population locked in their homes, Kany García has announced an initiative to liven up the quarantine, and offer the public an alternative to be entertained, have fun and stay informed from your accounts in social networks.

“Friends! At such times one seeks for how to have fun at home! So here I am wanting to share with you all week! We are starting on Monday every day at 7pm on my Instagram, YouTube and Facebook Live #QuedateEnCasa (emoji of the house)”.

It is “All the days with Kany García”, a kind of program that will be presented Monday to Friday at 7:00 p. m., starting next Monday, April 6th. Each day will address a particular theme and will feature special guests such as singers, journalists and doctors, as reported.

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Originally posted 2020-04-04 11:02:03.

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News Nation: WGN America Announces Anchors and Correspondents for New Series

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News Nation is coming to WGN America this September, and the network has revealed more about the series that will show the day’s news across the nation in a three hour nightly broadcast.

revealed those new details in a press release. Check that out below.

“WGN America, Nexstar Media Group, Inc.’s wholly owned cable network reaching 75 million television households across the country, today announced the anchor teams and correspondents for its live three-hour prime-time national newscast, News Nation, which debuts Tuesday, September 1st. The team is led by veteran journalists and weekday anchors, Joe Donlon and Marni Hughes, breaking news anchor, Rob Nelson, and chief meteorologist, Albert Ramon, who collectively bring nearly 80 years of experience in television news to their roles and have covered everything from Presidential elections to hurricanes and the current coronavirus pandemic. The weekend News Nation team will be led by anchors Rudabeh Shahbazi and Nichole Berlie, breaking news anchor, Aaron Nolan, and meteorologist Gerard Jebaily.

News Nation will air daily from 8 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET, and will draw on the local, regional, and national expertise of Nexstar’s 5,400 journalists in 110 local newsrooms across the country. The broadcast will deliver news reporting that is fact-based, impactful, educational, and unbiased. In addition to the live nightly newscast, News Nation’s team of reporters and producers will deliver news twenty-four hours a day online through News Nation’s soon-to-be-launched mobile app, NewsNationNow.

“Our on-air anchors and reporters, as well as those guiding the off-camera news-gathering process, are award-winning journalists who understand the importance of being objective,” said Sean Compton, Executive Vice President of WGN America. “They reflect the diversity of our country and will be the backbone of News Nation, as WGN America begins charting a new course in television news, designed for the millions of viewers across the U.S. who want their news to be accurate, fair and without opinion.”

News Nation is overseen by Jennifer Lyons, a media industry executive with 30 years of newsgathering and production experience, who serves as Vice President of News for WGN America.

“We’re adding more than 130 News Nation staff members to the 5,400 Nexstar journalists already reporting from local communities across the U.S.,” said Ms. Lyons. “We have assembled extraordinary teams both in front of and behind the cameras. They are true journalists coming together with a clear mission: Your News, Your Nation. I think you’re going to learn so much about our country through them.”

“Now more than ever, viewers rely on television news to stay informed about everything from the latest pandemic developments to the reopening of the economy and the upcoming election,” said Perry Sook, Nexstar Media Group President and Chief Executive Officer. “We have an opportunity, a mission, and the resources nationwide to bring Americans breaking news stories and live coverage delivered by reporters who know the local community and can provide unbiased coverage of events from coast to coast and deep in the heartland. Nexstar has the largest newsgathering organization in the country, with 5,400 journalists in newsrooms throughout the U.S. and Sean and Jennifer have curated an exceptional team for News Nation. These journalists have broad experience, strong records of journalistic excellence, and their local perspectives will create a new fact-based and unbiased national news platform. We will be presenting news in a way that is free of any particular point of view as we debut News Nation on September 1 and we are confident that there are more Americans than ever who are seeking just that.”

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