Now Olympic organizers have four years to breathe some life into those tired old events before the torch is relit in PyeongChang, South Korea. Here are a few suggestions.
The Olympic Medal Count that is broadcast and printed all over the place has always bothered me. As a fan of the Olympics, I always wondered why the Olympic Medal Count was not handled like a grade point average.
In broadcast journalism making people cry is a refined skill. You lean in, lower your voice, put your hand on their forearm and talk to them like a friend.
After the interview, there has been a firestorm of criticism aimed at Christin Cooper with the general consensus that she was going to keep pressing Miller until he cried on the air.
Not yet forty, Jimmy Fallon already has an impressive history to look back on. Between Saturday Night Live and hosting Late Night with Jimmy Fallon...
Here again are white people doing bad, and yes, at points offensive cultural imitations and appropriations of Asian people and culture -- essentially yellowface -- and no one said, or is saying anything about it.
A chronology of Jay Leno's first day as retired Tonight Show host: 3 a.m. Wake up and write down funny President Obama health care joke from dream. P...
This episode begins with William Lewis' crazy psychotic face creepily saying "Tick tock." Then the kettle whistles and Liv snaps out of her daymare.
I have wondered why much of the U.S. mainstream media had been promoting Chris Christie.
When I was younger you were my first real taste of a grown up sketch comedy. In many ways you were the cultural arbitrator of much of my grown up comedic tastes. The problem is the country has changed and you have not.
What's next for Leno? Will he just do stand-up appearances and work on his cars? Not a chance. I worked with him at The Tonight Show for 18 years. He has the mentality of a boxer. No boxer would ever walk out of the ring in the middle of a fight in which he was pulverizing his opponent.
Over the past few days I've met a ton, literally, of innovative men and women at the National Association of Television Producers and Executives (NATPE) conference who are creating incredible ways to create, produce and deliver great content to you wherever you are.
This week, I was lucky enough that work brought Andrea to DC, so we could meet, and chat about football (it's that time of year... her accurate prediction is that the Broncos will defeat my beloved Patriots), but also about fashion.
With the latest real-life developments in New Jersey's political scandal pointing out some flaws in real life New Jersey politics, the possibility exists that this episode of Law and Order: SVU may have more truth to it than we'd probably all like to think.
Journalists have an insecurity complex. Dealing with mayors, senators and heads of countries, reporters are relative nobodies. Their job has no actual power and they can't wear rows of ribbons on their chest like a general.
Luckily, this week takes a break from the Save Benson storyline. In fact, the episode starts on a high note for Liv with a party celebrating her relatively new status as a sergeant.