News of Note—Trump, Fox News, Roseanne and more

News of note
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> Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle” has seen growing TV advertiser departures due to a controversial tweet from Laura Ingraham attacking a Parkland survivor, student/activist David Hogg. MediaPost article

> Viewers contributing to the huge ratings for ABC’s reboot of "Roseanne" were most likely to come from Midwestern and rustbelt states that voted Republican, according to analysis by research company Samba TV. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Donald Trump criticized Amazon in a tweet Thursday, further evidence that the FANG gang (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) are under increasing scrutiny in Washington. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Marking its second round of layoffs in the last month, Snap is saying goodbye to about 100 advertising and sales employees. MediaPost article

>  CBS All Access has rounded out its cast and production has begun on its new mystery thriller drama series “$1.” Deadline Hollywood article

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