The Internet is breaking down the invisible boundaries between the art world and mass culture; influence knows no boundaries.
It must be great to be an executive like Jeff Zucker and make zillions of dollars, continually getting moved upwards even as you make decisions that have ruined the once top network.
Every news provider and we, as media trainers, whose job is to prep people who talk to news providers, know one essential truth: it's all about story-...
The pop-psychology de rigueur depiction of familial dysfunction where members act as arm chair psychologists and solve each others' problems is America's cheapest form of mental health care.
The Cleveland Show is simultaneously inventive and familiar in how it chronicles the adventures of a loving and garden-variety dysfunctional American family.
Calling for some sort of decorous avoidance of politics during politicians' funerals is downright ridiculous. It'd be like eulogizing Charles Lindbergh and not mentioning airplanes.
America's Most Wanted has successfully bridged the gap between entertainment and law enforcement; The Wanted attempts to do this on an international scale.
Souter spoke of the spectacular ignorance of the American electorate about the government they select people to serve in. And the consequences of that ignorance.
There's a strength and purpose to her showgirl style, and for the past 15 years Midler's taken that spirit offstage with a mission: making New York one of the greenest cities in the world.
No matter how cool a boxed set may look, 99 times out of 100 most people would prefer a tight, compact boxed set that fits right onto their bookshelf alongside their other DVDs.
Stylistically somewhere between the great superhero parody The Tick and Marx Brothers-style vaudeville, Freakazoid! was absurd, nonsensical, but absolutely hilarious.
I convinced myself that if I could possibly enjoy Gossip Girl, then maybe 90210 would quench my fashionable-teen-drama thirst. I was wrong.
...and we just live in it. Seriously, has any female comedian ever dominated the zeitgeist the way Tina Fey is doing right now? (Certainly almost no m...
"Voters shouldn't worry," said Michelle Schafer of Sequoia Voting Machines. "We're in much better shape than in 2000 and 2004. Poll workers and election officials are better educated. New guidelines are in place..."
Disney's plans for hand-drawn animation are unclear, with only one project currently announced: The Princess and the Frog, a musical set in New Orleans that is scheduled to premiere in December 2009.
I know I'm a day late on this, but hey - my posts go up on Wednesdays. But first, before I begin, let me state for the record, for posterity, for m...