If people believe they are meant to do one thing in life, they obviously haven't met Bud Santora. The former costume designer went on to be a book illustrator and now has penned his first novel.
Regardless of whether or not there is any truth in these speculations, the Oscars and Emmys are prime opportunities to increase one's PR quotient, win or lose. While much has been, and will be, written about both the winners and the losers, PR is measured in more ways than just winners and losers.
Usually, you root for your favorite films and actors, and if you're interested -- the writers and directors. Now, that you have some time to kill until the next award show, it's time to school yourself about the other, less glamorous categories.
After receiving critical acclaim for her portrayal of strong-willed vixen Steffy and two Daytime Emmy Nominations, Wood gave up what seemed to be a career on fire to host E! Television's new series, Party On.
Mad Men currently is a winner of 15 Emmy Awards, with three for writing. Breaking Bad is a winner of 10 Emmy Awards with six for acting. Both are praiseworthy, but The Walking Dead is equal parts high-caliber acting and high-caliber writing.
Venturing into the wolf enclosure, we were told not to be afraid because the wolves had just been fed. Great. That certainly put my mind at ease.
I was so happy to see The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences make history today when it announced that it was adding a total of nine new Spanish-language categories to the Daytime, Sports, and News & Documentary Emmy Award shows
Murder and mayhem may be all in a days work for Robin Weigert on Sons of Anarchy. Yet in Concussion, she is absolutely stunning, delivering a killer performance that's gritty, raw, and sexy -- and so damn beautiful that you may just fall a little bit in love with her.
For decades now, Mickey Mouse has been the corporate symbol of The Walt Disney Company. Nice, safe and bland. But there are those at the Mouse House who remember when Disney's corporate symbol used to be really funny.
Tonight on PBS, I sit down with Bob Newhart who, after seven nominations and over 50 years in show business, recently won his first Emmy.
Sure, we've all decided on our favorite looks from the Emmy's. Some of us even had opinions before the stars set foot out of their cars. Like me with Lena Dunham. I always know she's going to look mildly disheveled. Is that fair? No. Is it true? Yes.
The range of TV shows and stars is so diverse today, that it wouldn't be hard to make the Emmys younger, sexier and more glamorous.
In a weekend where television heavyweights were celebrated throughout Hollywood, one event stood out for its choice of honorees. ICON MANN celebrated black men of influence in Hollywood on Friday night at the Peninsula Hotel during a pre-Emmy dinner.
For most of the big pop culture events, I host a Twitter party to discuss brand marketing in real time. We gather together to talk about how the brands are participating in events like The Super Bowl, The Oscars, and last night ... The Emmy Awards.
This photo is not usually taken by the subject, but rather by a friend (or even stranger) but preferably by a friend who can continue to take photos until you run out of storage or until the perfect editable image surfaces.
Twitter realized its natural connection with television opened up multiple opportunities. It could be more than the consumer home for social television: with key partnerships, acquisitions and new ad products, they could become an advertiser-friendly platform for brands and networks to reach viewers.