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Sunday’s Family Guy Will Air Uninterrupted Thanks to PlayStation, the Show’s Sole Sponsor



Sunday’s Family Guy was supposed to be the animated comedy’s first episode in 15 years to air with limited commercial interruptions. Instead, the telecast will contain no ad breaks at all.

PlayStation is the sole sponsor Sunday’s extended episode of the Fox series. Who’s excited? We’ve heard that before and after the episode, Fox will air a 60-second spot, called “Arrow,” to promote God of War, the latest installment in Playstation’s mythology-based franchise.

Because of the PlayStation sponsorship, the Family Guy episode will now air completely uninterrupted for the first time.

PlayStation saw a big audience overlap between Family Guy viewers and action game fans, and Qizilbash noted that Sunday’s episode fell within its “critical” six-week launch window for God of War.

“When we evaluate media partner opportunities, we look at three things: the right audience alignment, the right time—proximity to launch—and strength and reach of our distinguished partners. Family Guy checked all the boxes,” said Qizilbash.

In Sunday’s Family Guy episode, “Send in Stewie, Please,” baby Stewie (voiced by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane) is sent to the office of his school’s child psychologist (voiced by Sir Ian McKellen) after pushing a classmate, and experiences several emotional revelations about himself.

Fox had announced in January that a March episode of Family Guy would air with fewer advertising pods. At the time, the show’s producers told Adweek in January that the idea for the reduced ad load came about because the episode was running long, and Fox decided that limited commercial interruption would be an ideal solution to accommodate its longer run time.

“I will give them credit, because they said, ‘We’re going to find a sponsor,’ and then they said, ‘Even if we don’t, we’re going to air it without interruption,’” said executive producer and co-showrunner Rich Appel.


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FREE ICE CREAM Block Party hosted by News In Onslow and YoBre’z in Jacksonville today 3PM-6PM



The first 50 people to show up today at YoBre’z located at 715 Gum Branch Road Suite 6 in Jacksonville will receive a free cup of ice cream on behalf of News In Onslow.

News In Onslow & YoBre’z Frozen Dessert Bar presents the Ice Cream Block Party! The event starts Today, September 2, 2018, at 3PM-6PM.

The first 50 people will receive FREE ICE CREAM on behalf of News In Onslow and everyone else will be Buy One Get One Free.

There will be a Live DJ, Vendors and of course ICE CREAM.

For more information please contact us at (910-378-9572 or visit the Ice Cream Block Party Facebook event page by clicking HERE.

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NEW: News In Onslow Radio Show starts tonight, UNCUT, UNFILTERED, and RAW 9:00 P.M.



Welp! I said I wasn’t going to tell anybody but I just couldn’t keep it to myself.

News In Onslow will now be syndicated on BlogTalkRadio and Itunes

Every Friday night beginning Friday, August 31, 2018, we will be live with Gerald Jackson at 9:00 P.M. talking about all the latest, breaking and gossip news in Onslow County, North Carolina

This show will be sponsored every week and is unfiltered, uncut, and RAW! Tonight, the show will start with an Onslow County address to Al Burgess about some recent controversy and concerns by the citizens of Onslow County. We will also be giving you information about local Jacksonville attorney Earnest J. Wright!

You can stream us live on BlogTalkRadio by clicking HERE or right here on our website.

The upcoming show TONIGHT at 9:00 P.M. is at the following link BELOW:

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Aretha Franklin, ‘The Queen of Soul,’ dies at age 76



  • Aretha Franklin, known famously as “The Queen of Soul,” has died at age 76.

Aretha passed away in her Detroit home where she was under hospice care. She’d been in failing health for many months and she was down to 86 pounds. One source told us he was informed more than a week ago that Aretha could go at any time, according to TMZ.

Aretha’s career is just incredible. Born in Memphis in 1942, her family eventually relocated to Detroit where she began singing in her father’s church. She was such a powerhouse gospel singer, she landed a Columbia record deal in the early ’60s.

Her string of chart-topping hits began with her Atlantic Records deal in 1967.

Aretha’s achievements in the late ’60s were remarkable for any artist, but especially so for a black woman in the midst of the Civil Rights movement. She held the record for the most entries on the Hot 100 list of any female artist for nearly 40 years, only to be dethroned in 2017 by Nicki Minaj.

She won 18 Grammys and was the first woman ever inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.

Aretha delivered a powerful rendition of “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” — while wearing that unforgettable hat — at Barack Obama‘s 2009 inauguration.

Throughout her career, Aretha was known for delivering incredible one-off live performances, including at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors show where she sang ‘Natural Woman’ in honor of the song’s co-writer, Carole King.

The Queen of Soul was 76. She is survived by her 4 sons.

She was surrounded by friends and family when she passed.

She had appeared incredibly frail in recent years, and rarely performed live. Her most recent appearance was last November for Elton John‘s AMFAR event.


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