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    A former senior executive of Australia's Today show who was told 'not to look at' Ellen DeGeneres during a tense meeting in 2013 has revealed he wasn't surprised when her staffers made allegations of on-set bullying last month. Neil Breen, who witnessed the tension among Ellen's employees first hand when the talk show host, 62, appeared on Today seven years ago, took aim at Ellen yet again during Wednesday's episode of A Current Affair. Breen, who now presents his own radio show on 4BC, told the program: 'As soon as I first saw reports surface there were troubles behind the scenes at Ellen's show, I didn't bat an eyelid.' 'I didn't bat an eyelid': A former senior executive of Australia's Today show...
    With remote back-to-school, child care challenges — for providers and families — emerge Ground beef recall 2020: JBS Food Canada recalls more than 38,000 pounds of meat An executive producer on Ellen said nobody is going off the air amid allegations of a toxic work environment on set © Provided by INSIDER Andy Lassner has been an executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. TheEllenShow / YouTube Andy Lassner, executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," tweeted back to someone who was questioning whether the show would be canceled. "Nobody is going off the air," he said. Lassner has been the executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. The show's future is uncertain since Buzzfeed News published an investigation spoke...
    Andy Lassner has been an executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. TheEllenShow / YouTube Andy Lassner, executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," tweeted back to someone who was questioning whether the show would be canceled. "Nobody is going off the air," he said. Lassner has been the executive producer on "Ellen" since 2003. The show's future is uncertain since Buzzfeed News published an investigation spoke to employees who claimed the set was rife with sexual misconduct and harassment. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An executive producer on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" has spoken out about rumors the show will be canceled after allegations of sexual misconduct and harassment were aired in an explosive Buzzfeed News...
    California Orders Online Schooling in Hardest-Hit Counties Taco Bell is making some big changes to its menu and people are already freaking out How an executive producer on The Last Dance got Michael Jordan involved in the hit docuseries © ESPN Michael Jordan in "The Last Dance." ESPN "The Last Dance" executive producer Michael Tollin told Insider what happened when he met Michael Jordan to see if he would agree to do the docuseries. He said he took a red-eye flight in June 2016 to see the NBA legend in Charlotte, though he had no meeting set up. Luckily, he got time with Jordan and thanks to a lookbook that included a picture of an Allen Iverson documentary...
    Michael Jordan in "The Last Dance." ESPN "The Last Dance" executive producer Michael Tollin told Insider what happened when he met Michael Jordan to see if he would agree to do the docuseries. He said he took a red-eye flight in June 2016 to see the NBA legend in Charlotte, though he had no meeting set up. Luckily, he got time with Jordan and thanks to a lookbook that included a picture of an Allen Iverson documentary he produced, Jordan shook Tollin's hand and said, "I'm in." "The Last Dance" is available Sunday on Netflix. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Long before the ESPN docuseries "The Last Dance" became a must-watch, producer Michael Tollin was one...