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Jordan Chariton is Editor of TVNewser and Lost Remote. He joined Mediabistro in 2013 after four years working in cable news, at Fox News, Fox Business and MSNBC, and over a year as the digital producer at NYC's 92nd Street Y. When he's not reading or writing, Jordan is most likely taking in a movie, museum, restaurant, or binge Netflix watching. Follow him on Twitter @JordanChariton or email him at jordan@mediabistro.com.

Joan Rivers’ Facebook Page Posts About iPhone 6

RiversEven in death, Joan Rivers is getting her say. Well, by accident.

TMZ reports on Rivers’ Facebook post from this morning (to the right), since deleted, which describes the new iPhone 6 as a “great product.”

TMZ suspects the post was the result of a pre-negotiated deal between Apple and Rivers before her death. Lesson for social media editors: always check your scheduled posts!

Tonight, E! Entertainment will air a special 90-minute episode of Rivers’ former program, “Fashion Police.” This episode will be titled “Celebrating Joan,” airing at 8pmET. Joan’s daughter, Melissa, will appear on the program.

Netflix Releases Trailer for New Documentary ‘E-Team’

E TeamThe first trailer for Netflix’s original documentary “E-Team” is out showing an intense journey by human rights workers deep into Syria.

The trailer shows the workers smuggling themselves into Syria and uncovering a myriad of human rights violations. “People are being killed, thousands of people have been detained and tortured; we need to do something right now,” one of the workers says in the trailer.

The documentary will premiere in New York City theaters on October 22, and in Los Angeles on October 24. It will also be released on Netflix on the 24th.

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Social Scoreboard: Monday, September 15

“Dancing With the Stars” topped social media yesterday, with the ABC dancing competition ranking first on Nielsen’s Twitter ratings. For the day, the show generated 202,000 tweets written by 79,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of close to 3 million users.

“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” “WWE Monday Night Raw,” “American Ninja Warrior,” and “MasterChef” rounded out the top five. In sports, ESPN’s Monday Night Football between the Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles was the runaway program of the night, generating 739,000 tweets written by close to 267,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of  over 6.3 million users.

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Social Scoreboard: Week of September 8

“The 2015 Miss America Competition” yesterday topped topped social media for the week of September 8. The competition drew 304,000 tweets, written by 119,000 unique authors, and reached a unique audience of over 4.3 million users, according to Nielsen’s Twitter ratings.

President Obama’s presidential address, “Sons of Anarchy,” “Fashion Rocks, “Teen Wolf,” “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” “WWE: Monday Night Raw,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” and “Big Brother” rounded out the top 10.

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Social Scoreboard: Thursday, September 11

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” topped social media yesterday, with the NBC late night show ranking first on Nielsen’s Twitter ratings. For the day, the show generated 23,000 tweets written by 16,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of 509,000 users.

“The Biggest Loster,” “Anderson Cooper 360,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” rounded out the top five. In sports, CBS’ Thursday Night Football game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers was the runaway program of the night, generating 519,000 tweets written by close to 62,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of 6.7 million users.

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Social Scoreboard: Week of September 1

“Stand Up to Cancer,” which aired across broadcast networks Friday and partnered with Facebook, topped social media last week. The charity telethon drew 121,000 tweets, written by 61,000 unique authors, reaching a unique audience of over 3.1 million users, according to Nielsen’s Twitter ratings.

“Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story,” “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and “WWE Monday Night RAW,” “Teen Wolf,” “Big Brother,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Finding Carter,” and “So You Think You Can Dance” rounded out the top 10.

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Fox News and Fox Business Are Now Everywhere

FNC FBNFox News and Fox Business fans can now watch their favorite channels’ content everywhere.

FoxNewsGO and FoxBusinessGO debuted today allowing authenticated video subscribers of the networks to watch the live TV channels on mobile tablets, phones, and desktops at FOXNewsGO.com and FOXBusinessGO.com, MultiChannel reports.

The Fox News app is available on iOS and Android-driven devices, while the FBN app is currently available on iOS with plans to launch later on Android. FoxBusinessGO can also be accessed through the FNC app. As such, verified users can access live streams of the networks from their websites, as well as computers, laptops, cellphones and devices. With the mobile bows of the news and business network, 21st Century Fox continues to broaden its TVE portfolio, as Fox Sports Go live-streams games and will begin proffering content from a dedicated Big East digital network on Sept. 25, and FXNow, which has been showcasing The Simpsons, the classic animated series that is now syndicated on FXX.

“We just wanted to get a product on portable devices and desktops that really created an experience much like the linear service,” EVP of distribution, Tim Carry, said.

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Streamy Awards Honor Internet’s Best, Pay Tribute to Joan Rivers

StreamysYouTube star Tyler Oakley took home the top streaming honors from fans last night at the 4th annual Streamy Awards, winning entertainer of the year.

“To the people at home, I don’t know what I would do without you…thank you for being part of my life,” Oakley said in his acceptance speech. The awards show also paid a special tribute to legendary comedian Joan Rivers, who died last week at 81.

Here are some of the top moments. The complete list of winners are the jump.

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Social Scoreboard: Wednesday, September 3

“America’s Got Talent” stole the show on social media yesterday, with the NBC talent show ranking first on Nielsen’s Twitter ratings. For the day, the show generated 38,000 tweets written by 21,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of over 1.2 million.

“So You Think You Can Dance,” “The League,” “Big Brother,” and “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘n Out” rounded out the top five.

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Social Scoreboard: Tuesday, August 26

“Pretty Little Liars” topped social media yesterday, with the hit ABC Family show ranking first on Nielsen’s Twitter ratings. For the day, the “PLL” generated 891,000 tweets written by 259,000 unique authors which were seen by a unique audience of close to 5 million people.

The series finale of “Chelsea Handler,” “Bad Girls Club: Chicago,” “Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Atlanta Falcons,” and “Finding Carter” rounded out the top five.

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