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Dr. Phil To Guests: ‘You Make A Sex Tape And Put It On The iCloud, Knowing You’re Being Hacked?’

Wednesday, May 16 2018

Dr. Phil To Guests: ‘You Make A Sex Tape And Put It On The iCloud, Knowing You’re Being Hacked?’

TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Huge family drama? Cathy says she doesn’t trust Anthony and Randy claims he’s a “loser,” who tells Taylor what to say and do. “This is not your fan club over here,” Dr. Phil tells Anthony, on Wednesday’s episode. “They feel like you are adding to the problem, and not being part of the solution. So, what do you say about all that?” WATCH: Why A Mom Says She Believes ‘Death Or Prison’ Are The Only Choices Left In Her Son’s Life “Well, I don’t really agree with a lot of the things that were said. That I got Taylor into a lot of these bad things,” replies Anthony, who claims his iCloud account has also been hacked. Cathy and Randy, along with Anthony’s mother, Angela, all say they received copies of a sex tape which Taylor and Anthony admit they made, but adamantly deny posting anywhere online. “So you know you’re being hacked, and you make a sex tape and put it on the iCloud, knowing you’re being hacked?” asks Dr. Phil. When he asks the couple whether they were high when they made the recording, how do they respond?

India Radio Forum continues to lead way showcasing Radio’s best works

Monday, May 21 2018

India Radio Forum continues to lead way showcasing Radio’s best works

Excellence in Radio Awards (ERA) at the India Radio Forum 2018 recognised the efforts of the Radio industry and celebrated their wins showcasing the best works of the year in India. Held at The Leela Ambience, Gurugram, the show was opened by B. Surendar, COO of RED FM Network. An interesting discussion by Abraham Thomas of Radio City, who shared his vision alongwith powerful speakers like Divya Karani , CEO – Dentsu India and Rohit Upadhyay , MD & CEO, iBroad 7 Communication in their session titled, the ‘Power of Radio’, offering some relevant pointers, discussing its reach, impact, depth and application. This was followed by an engaging session moderated by Naresh Gupta from Bang in the Middle who used his experience of over 2 decades to shed light on the role of Radio, as a medium, in building brands which included speakers like Mausumi Kar , MD, GroupM India and Priti Murthy , CEO, OMD India. The session which class apart and kept the audiences captivated was the most engaging session of the day – a conversation between Radio expert, Elliot Stechman of the AVC Group and Tapas Sen , Chief Programming Officer of Radio Mirchi. The enthralling conversation, led to their opinions and strategic insights shedding light on the need for a robust infrastructure to further build up the Indian Radio industry along with investments on the right talent at the right time. A refreshing last session was moderated by Rajat Uppal , National Marketing Head of RED FM Network, titled ‘Creating Brands and Sub-Brands in a Cluttered Space’, the conversation revolved around how good products need and variety in offerings to consumers help build a brand. Joining him on stage was the popular RJ Malishka , Swaroop Banerjee of Tribe Asia, Joy Chouhan of JWT Delhi and Saahil Kumar of Sennheiser The ERA Awards opened with great gusto awarding the newly introduced People Choice Awards – a Facebook voting poll managed by The Small Big Idea, a social media agency. The Award went to the Popular RJ of the Year 2018 – RJ Chaitu of 93.5 RED FM, Hyderabad winning by a vast number of votes. The Jury Gold award for the RJ of the Year (Hindi) was awarded to Annu Kapoor of 92.7 BIG FM and Radio City 91.1 FM won the Gold award for the Best Breakfast Programme (Hindi). Ishq 104.8FM won the Gold for Most Creative campaign for ‘Calling Karan’ while Best Interactive Idea went to RED FM Network for ‘Bajao for a Cause’. Speaking about the Radio industry and the platform, Nisha Narayanan, COO of Red FM Network said , “The industry is coming together under one umbrella to conduct a research which has been long over-due for the industry like ours. It’s fair that we need to have data to support where we stand and the impact of the medium considering Radio is the 2 nd largest growing industry in the media & entertainment sector. There is excellent work, which is happening in the regional markets like MP, UP, South amongst others. Most importantly, India Radio Forum, as a platform, has recognized that talent and the creative thoughts behind carefully constructed/tailor-made campaigns. It is a great platform and I am glad to be associated with it for yet another successful edition.” Speaking about Radio as a medium, Tapas Sen, Chief Programming Officer of Radio Mirchi, said, “Radio Programmers now need to view themselves not just as Radio Jocks or Producers, but as “Content-Creators”. And therefore, become platform agnostic. The way to take Radio to the next level is to transgress its boundaries and view all other media as a seamless continuity for Content proliferation and distribution.” Speaking about the platform, Rajika Mittra, Special Projects Director said, “The show ended on a high note where the industry came together to discuss issues and offer solutions. It’s always a wonderful experience to put together the India Radio Forum and Excellence in Radio Awards every year especially when the community comes together. With each successive year, our aim is to highlight and bring recognition to the professionals who have put their best foot forward and contributed to the growth and development of the radio industry in the country. Every year we come across some well-thought performances with interesting content and innovative marketing campaigns and we are honoured to felicitate these creative minds who add value to the industry.”

Parents Claim Daughter Went From Social Media Star At 14 To Cyber-Bullied, Hacked And Homeless At 20

Wednesday, May 16 2018

Parents Claim Daughter Went From Social Media Star At 14 To Cyber-Bullied, Hacked And Homeless At 20

Listings: PLAYING Parents Claim Daughter Went From Social Media Star At 14 To Cyber-Bullied, Hacked And Homeless At 20 Parents Claim Daughter Went From Social Media Star At 14 To Cyber-Bullied, Hacked And Homeless At 20 VIDEO TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Do you need Dr. Phil to “get real” with someone? “I would make Justin Bieber music videos, and I would sing and dance to it, and then I would post them on YouTube,” says the now 20-year-old. At 14, Taylor, who had started modeling, says she began posting photos of herself on Instagram to help boost her career. “By the time I reached high school, I had about 30,000 followers. To say the least, I kind of became ‘Insta-famous.’” “There were definitely people that were jealous of her social media celebrity status,” says Randy. Taylor and her family claim she was bullied, their house was egged, and her vehicle vandalized. Eventually, Taylor, along with her parents and sister claim their social media accounts were all hacked; an intrusion that the family claims continues today. WATCH: Dr. Phil To Guests: 'You Make A Sex Tape And Put It On The iCloud, Knowing You’re Being Hacked?' “Now we’re all targets. Our entire family is being turned upside down by cyber-attacks,” claims Cathy, who says she worries that whoever is targeting the family may also have access to bank accounts, credit cards, and more. Additionally, the family says this has all taken a toll on Taylor, who they claim started doing drugs, dating someone they disapprove of and is now homeless. Is there help for Taylor and her family? Check here to find out where you can watch Wednesday’s Dr. Phil.

Cauvery Board alone will implement tribunal award: SC

Wednesday, May 16 2018

Cauvery Board alone will implement tribunal award: SC

Cauvery Board alone will implement tribunal award: SC Cauvery Board alone will implement tribunal award: SC Source : 14:58 hrs New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to modify its draft scheme for setting up of the Cauvery Management Board (CMB) that will be the sole authority for implementing the Cauvery Water Tribunal Award. A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud also sought dropping of the clause which said that in case of dispute the matter would be decided by the Centre and same would be final and binding. The Centre was also asked to drop the clause that said that the Centre would give directions from time to time to the implementing authority -- a clause which was objected to by Tamil Nadu. "This part will not be there... you make it clear," Chief Justice Misra accepting Tamil Nadu's objection told Attorney General K.K. Venugopal, who agreed that the proposed authority will be called Cauvery Management Board. The 2007 Cauvery Water Tribunal Award was modified and reaffirmed by the top court by its February 16 verdict. The court said the Centre would only be issuing administrative directions for implementing the award. The CMB would be headquartered in Delhi while the office of the regulatory authority would be in Bengaluru. Asking the Attorney General to come back with the modified draft, the court adjourned the matter for Thursday. The court did not accept Karnataka's plea for adjourning the matter till first week of July as it said it would like to offer its comments on the draft scheme that was submitted by the Centre two days ago. Telling the court that there was no government in place to give comments on the draft scheme, senior counsel Shyam Divan told the court: "When Tamil Nadu is making suggestions, is it unreasonable for Karnataka to make comments." SEARCH

Guest To Dr. Phil: ‘None Of Them Understand. None Of Them Have Been An Addict’

Wednesday, May 16 2018

Guest To Dr. Phil: ‘None Of Them Understand. None Of Them Have Been An Addict’

More Taylor and her boyfriend, Anthony , say they’re going to stay together, even though their parents disapprove of their relationship. The couple, who admits to taking drugs together, say they’re currently homeless but are staying with one of Anthony’s relatives. “I don’t really think drugs is the issue,” says 20-year-old Taylor. “I think everything else makes me want to just mask feelings.” As a teenager, Taylor claims she had over 30,000 followers on social media, but then became the target of cyberbullies and hackers. “None of them understand. None of them have been an addict,” says Anthony about his mother and Taylor’s parents. Continuing, he says, “You think we want to live at my cousin’s house on a mattress on the floor? We don’t. You think she doesn’t want to talk to her parents? Have a relationship with her sister, who used to be like her best friend?” “I think the two of you are addicts. I think you both have really low self-worth,” says Dr. Phil, adding, “I do think you are co-dependent. I do think you’re triggering each other. And I don’t think you have a clue whether or not you have a genuine affection for each other, a genuine affinity for each other, and you won’t know until you are clean and sober, and clear-brained, and clear-eyed.” When Dr. Phil refers Taylor to Creative Care , a dual diagnosis and treatment facility specializing in mental health and substance abuse; and Anthony to PACE Recovery Center , specializing in the treatment of addiction, the couple hesitates in accepting the offer. Is there anyone who can convince them to go? Check here to find out where you can watch Wednesday's, Dr. Phil.