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Inaugural ‘Morning Joe’ Guest Wins Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay

John RidleyTV news was part of one Oscar winner’s resume, as inaugural “Morning Joe” roundtable guest John Ridley won best adapted screenplay for “12 Years a Slave.”

“What you need to know about John Ridley, as incredibly talented and great as he is, and a gentleman that he is…he really got his roots here at “Morning Joe,” Willie Geist said on this morning’s show. “Seven years ago, in Secaucus…Joe, Mika, myself, and John Ridley sat around a table. It was so cool to see John win an Oscar.”

The show’s twitter handle congratulated their former colleague this morning.

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Ridley on “Morning Joe” pre-Oscars after the jump.

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NFL Network Airing Two CFL Games Per Week This Season

The Canadian Football League and the NFL Network reached an agreement to broadcast two CFL games per week in the United States this season.

The NFL Network has the option to broadcast additional regular season games along with the CFL Playoffs and the Grey Cup championship game.

“This is very positive news for our CFL fans living in the United States,” said Michael Copeland, chief operating officer of the CFL. “And it’s a very positive development for our football operations as it will continue to expose our product to prospects across the U.S.”

The games will be produced by TSN. Last year, the NFL Network carried 14 CFL games. Read more