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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Stephen Friedman
The Logo network next month will launch what it hopes will become an annual televised event saluting pioneers in the gay rights movement, with the woman who challenged the federal Defense of Marriage act as the first honoree.
When the creative minds at MTV get together, Susanne Daniels must seem like the adult in the room.
MTV says its upcoming series "Slednecks" about a wild group of young people in Alaska isn't "Buckwild" on ice.
MTV Networks and Major League Baseball said Monday they are collaborating on a weekly 30-episode series that melds pop culture and baseball. Ortiz and Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star outfielder Andrew McCutchen are both executive producers of the series, set to begin next spring around the start of the new season.
Over the years, one of the last things you'd see on the youth-obsessed MTV was a parent.
MTV President Stephen Friedman said "Slednecks" will not be a version of "Buckwild" in a different setting.
"'Buckwild' was really unique to West Virginia, the phenomenal cast and the experiences they had," he said. "We always felt we would continue doing what is an ethnographic reality, where you're going into a culture and shining a light onto what is going on."