We are in the midst of watching humanity awakening to what it is and is not true: what is and is not valuable; what is and is not sustainable; what is and is not worth a moment's thought.
For some unfathomable reason, Matt Lauer moderated the event. Lauer is not exactly the first person on the NBC bench I would pick to host the kickoff political event of the campaign season's homestretch, to put it mildly.
Presumably the actual debates won't be quite so easy for the billionaire bully boy. In the meantime, Trump -- who is now pretty close in the latest national polls if he is not actually slightly ahead -- had a pretty decent night.
Asking candidates to answer questions about their positions on education, infrastructure repairs, on fighting addiction, job creation and building the economy seems foreign to today's media.
'Parks and Rec' had Amy Poehler's golden touch all over it. It was smart and hilarious without ever going in the dirt for jokes. It even had a diverse and vibrant cast that brought the plot to the next level and gave it a life of its own.
The media are dumbing down what is presented to readers and viewers to the extent that I'd argue it's bordering on criminal.
In the midst of his first campaign for president, Barack Obama was forced to explain his long association with a pastor spotlighted for racially incendiary remarks from the pulpit of an African American church in Chicago.
In business and life, it doesn't take much to ruin your reputation. One mistake can cost a business, personality or brand millions of dollars in lost revenue and sponsorship dollars. Ryan Lochte know exactly what this feels like!
A sure sign that a campaign is failing is when the candidate blames the press for his problems. The latest example is Republican presidential nomine...
How we engage with the Olympics now is only the gateway to what's to come for the future of sports viewing, interactivity and fandom.
For a network that thinks it has put together the perfect Rio 2016 package for all of us female non-sports fans, it sure has done a stellar job of hiring announcers who have insulted us.
For this American viewer, I am sick of all the pretending and posing, the fake endorsements, the irresponsible lying. I'm sick of our games and I'm sick of the games there.
While the incident with our Board Chair was unfortunate, it reminds us why the work we do is so important and why we will not be deterred.
Good marketing follows universal truths. To succeed in an increasingly skeptical and fragmented marketplace, therefore, it behooves marketers to app...
The producers of Despicable Me, The Lorax and Minions bring us another family-friendly animated film in this story about a terrier named Max whose qui...