Unlike the glut of original scripted programs in primetime - an estimated 500 titles, a new record, are expected in 2017 on the combination of broadca...
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2016 has been a rough year. We’ve been bombarded by one depressing and/or alarming news story after another, and so many of us are looking for an e...
Those five words from Louis CK will change lives. Last night on Power Players Jeopardy Louis played for Fistula Foundation and crushed it, winning $5...
What if Jeopardy did a special show for Moms? Wouldn't that be cool. I bet us Moms could totally rock the categories, Why are you whining, I didn't ...
It's about 10:00 a.m. on tape day, and I've had my make-up done (which, yes, felt kind of strange), practiced my story for my interview with Alex, and signed all the paperwork. And then comes the moment I've been waiting for -- I walk onto the stage for rehearsal.
Then the show taped, the snap happened, and the rest was history. He didn't realize at first that he'd done something that would become meaningful to millions.
What else don't our elected officials know? And should we be concerned? More important, can we do anything to ensure that our representatives are informed on important issues?
I was in a coffee shop, having breakfast with my daughter, Angela Luhys, on a week when my weight loss had reached the 90 pound mark since November. While sharing this great milestone with Angela, the guy in the booth behind me was trying to sell an annuity.
Data-driven topics like finance and sports are the sweet spot for these robo-journalists. They use algorithms and natural language generators to create articles which are virtually indistinguishable from those written by humans. Can you guess which of these story leads was written by a machine?
Conventional wisdom has it that the knowledge worker will reign supreme well into the 21st century. The thing is, many aspects of "knowledge work" are being replaced by technology, most notably artificial intelligence.
Well-known fact: Ken Jennings won $100,000 yesterday on Who Wants To Be a Millionaire. Little-known fact: Tony Hightower is the guy who couldn't give him the right answer.
This week, the normally controversy-free game show "Jeopardy!" managed to insult female viewers with rather confounding answers to its "What Women Want" category.
If you think that game shows are just about trivia, spelling, quick reflexes and a way for Midwestern housewives to show America what they look like in a donkey suit, then you don't know game shows.
Who Is Arthur Chu? Arthur Chu is nobody special. Just another loser. A loser who's had a run of good luck and is trying to leverage that into doing better. And being better.
Author Zig Ziglar was often quoted as saying, "If you aim at nothing, you'll hit it every time." Your career is no different.