Missing golden opportunities is nothing new for an awards show that celebrates TV, but never makes for good TV.
Far be it for me to ever correct the Boss, but as it turns out Bruce Springsteen was not a true televisionary; there are not "57 Channels And Nothing On" these days. Please tune in Sunday night, and see for yourself.
This past week, the internet blessed us with a couple of videos that gave us a look at two struggling actors before they became the hilarious, good-looking comedians we know them as today.
With the exception of some truly stellar standouts, popular hip hop has become pretty homogenized over the past decade. But don't give up. Give me The Roots "How I Got Over."
Let's face it. Betty White is television and with good writing, it will be a slam dunk. So, I'm officially putting Betty White's hat in the ring to co-host the 2010 Emmy Awards.
For those of you who are news junkies, then you, like me and many others, are saddened when you hear the word Jerusalem, the city of negative spiritually, religious tension, and embarrassing political news.
I was impressed with NBC's Green is Universal initiatives, but the best part was meeting Jimmy Fallon -- who not only told us about how he greened his studio, but sang to me about recycling!
I spent a week watching every minute of every major late night talk show, and I'm pleased to announce that the genre has a new king.
Personally, I'm not sure what the fuss is about. Would Jews claim anti-Semitism if there was a sign honoring Jewish History Month with a menu of brisket, latkes and chicken soup?
Is Jamie Moyer a hero to weekend warriors because he is still throwing at 48? Sure he is. However, his most important work remains the hope and support he provides through his philanthropy.
Watching NBC implode must be great fun to Jeff Immelt and his colleagues at GE. Probably not so much fun for Brian Roberts and Comcast.
In this Week 11/12 THANKSGIVING SPECIAL, we add even more to your feast by giving you a healthy DOUBLE-SERVING of "The NYGMen Podcast."
Letterman's ratings have gone through the roof since his blackmail scandal. Why don't other talk show hosts jump on the bandwagon?
Long before The Daily Show, long before The Colbert Report, Saturday Night Live was making fun of the news in a way that no one had ever seen before.
In the past few months since Fallon debuted, he's led regular and occasional features targeting, among others, an online audience that doesn't stay up for Fallon.