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Sports Reporter Bonnie Bernstein’s Double Play

A gymnast throughout her youth, sports journalist Bonnie Bernstein has a new balancing act.

The veteran CBS Sports and ESPN reporter joined CampusInsiders.com earlier this year, but not as just a host. She’s also VP of Content and Brand Development for the site, which places insiders on campuses across the country, reporting on college athletics. Bernstein’s half-hour daily show launches next week — from Oprah Winfrey‘s Harpo Studios, no less. She tells mediabistro how this new-style sports gig won her over.

WATCH: Five Questions for ‘The Five’

When “The Five” debuted two years ago today, Fox News execs gave the show a trial run at 5pmET. It was replacing the wildly popular Glenn Beck show. “The Five” quickly established itself on the Fox News schedule, and, on its second anniversary, is the second most-watched program on cable news.

As they mark two years on the air, MediabistroTV has 5 questions for “The Five” (all seven of them.) We asked Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Andrea Tantaros and Juan Williams about their co-hosts’ quirks, which member of “The Five” they really like the best, and their first big break in TV.

WATCH: ‘The Five’ at 500, Best Moments From FNC’s Hit Show

When it debuted almost two years ago, Fox News Channel’s “The Five” was billed as a temporary replacement for Glenn Beck‘s program. Today, the show celebrates its 500th episode and now ranks as FNC’s second most-watched program. Last month it had a 12-day hot streak as the #1 program in all of cable at 5pm. Last week, MediabistroTV spent some time with all 7 members of the “The Five.” In this first of two MediabistroTV videos Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Andrea Tantaros and Juan Williams reflect on the best moments from the first 500.

Chef Roblé on His Life as a Reality TV Star

When you’re watching reality TV, and we know you do watch reality TV, do you ever wonder what’s really going on? How did the reality stars become reality stars? How much do they get paid and is anything faked?

MediabistroTV asked Chef Roblé Ali, star of Bravo’s “Chef Roblé & Company” those very questions. Watch the film to see what he says.

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Chef Roblé on His Life as a Reality Star

When you’re watching reality TV, and we know you do watch reality tv, do you ever wonder what’s really going on? How did the reality stars become reality stars? How much do they get paid and is anything faked?

MediabistroTV asked Chef Roblé Ali, star of Bravo’s Chef Roblé & Company those very questions. Watch the film to see what he says.

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Elevator Pitch: ‘Burn Note’ Keeps Private Messages Private

Remember on “Mission Impossible” when messages would self destruct after an agent listened to them? In this episode of “Elevator Pitch,” Alan Meckler speaks with Jacob Robbins about his startup “Burn Note.”

“Burn Note” allows you to send a secure email and set a timer to destroy the message after it’s read…forever…without all the smoke and drama.

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Elevator Pitch: Burn Note Keeps Private Messages Private

Remember on Mission Impossible when messages would self-destruct after an agent listened to them? In this episode of Elevator PitchAlan Meckler speaks with Jacob Robbins about his startup Burn Note.

Burn Note allows you to send a secure email and set a timer to destroy the message after it’s read… forever… without all the smoke and drama.

For more videos, check out mediabistroTV, and be sure to follow us on Twitter: @mediabistroTV

Matrix Awards: Joan Rivers, Cosmo’s Joanna Coles Share Advice On Making It In Media

Today New York Women in Communications held their annual Matrix Awards, and Vicki Salemi, editor of MediaJobsDaily and host of MediabistroTV series “Score that Job” was there. Salemi caught up with “Morning Joe” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski as well as comedienne Joan Rivers and Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles among other attendees, who shared their best advice for those trying to make it in the media business.

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HLN’s Kyra Phillips on Striking a Balance Between Career and Family

Work in the TV news business long enough and eventually you may have to choose between having a family or having a career.

HLN anchor Kyra Phillips recently sat down with TVNewser managing editor Chris Ariens to talk about how she views the choices she made along her career path and shares one of the frustrations of being a role model for those who want to follow in her footsteps.

Also, be sure to check out our first interview with Phillips.

>Media Beat Part One: Kyra Phillips Talks About the Challenge of Holding on to Viewers After the Jodi Arias Trial is Over

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HLN’s Kyra Phillips Talks About Keeping Viewers Hooked After The Jodi Arias Trial Ends

Cable network HLN has seen its viewership increase during the Jodi Arias murder trial, but what happens after the verdict is reached?

In this episode of Media Beat, “Raising America” anchor Kyra Phillips tells TVNewser’s managing editor Chris Ariens about the opportunity and the challenge presented by the network’s coverage of the Arias trial. “I want to say to them, ‘OK, I get it. I understand you’re interested in this. OK, we can give you some of that. We can continue to give you that. But also give me a chance to show you another way that we do TV, another way that we do news.”

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