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Cable Companies Won't Let Cord Cutters Go Without A Fight

HuffingtonPost.com | Timothy Stenovec | Posted 03.26.2015 | Technology

Your options for how to watch TV continue to grow, but cable companies could make you pay dearly if you want to “cut the cord.” Sony and Dish ...

Comedian Julie Goldman: 'I Would Be Lesbian Maude' in Modern-Day Remake

Sarah Toce | Posted 03.20.2015 | Gay Voices
Sarah Toce

It makes sense that Goldman would have an unapologetic outlook on her comedy. Joan Rivers was, after all, one of her favorite comedians.

Tyler Oakley is on TV, But His heart is Still #TeamInternet

Shira Lazar | Posted 03.17.2015 | Entertainment
Shira Lazar

While he doesn't like to call himself "the new TV star", Oakley considers himself "a new type of entertainer." He believes that whatever the "next step" is for YouTubers, it won't be moving to television or moving to film, but adding other types of media to a continuing YouTube channel.

Timothy Stenovec

Cable Companies Should Be Seriously Terrified Of Apple Right Now

HuffingtonPost.com | Timothy Stenovec | Posted 03.17.2015 | Technology

The rumored Apple TV service could change TV as we know it.

Destressing 101

Betty Revah | Posted 03.13.2015 | College
Betty Revah

Watching really bad TV shows/movies: I have a confession to make. Of this, I am an expert. Think something bad, something so, so bad, it's actually good. The Bachelor is a great example of this, and the finale this Monday (which I totally didn't see), an even better one.

Making Change: Nordic Countries And Gender Equality in Media

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 03.13.2015 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

Would Swedish actress and Casablanca star Ingrid Bergman have made a good producer or director? Hollywood movie fans may not know much about the Sca...

Legislative Challenges to the Audiovisual Media in Jordan

Daoud Kuttab | Posted 03.13.2015 | World
Daoud Kuttab

Jordan TV, like most Arab public broadcasters, is treated more like a government mouthpiece than a public service broadcaster.

My Life in Front of the TV

Renee Fisher | Posted 03.12.2015 | Fifty
Renee Fisher

When LBL and Now Husband jumped onto the current productions, everything changed. Conversations with friends revolved around the bottomless smarminess of Frank Underwood, the ordeals of Piper, the horror of the Red Wedding. Was Brody really a terrorist?

I Binge-Watched 9 Seasons of 'Seinfeld' to Find TV's Funniest Joke

Steven Shehori | Posted 03.10.2015 | Comedy
Steven Shehori

If Seinfeld is TV's funniest sitcom, what in turn is the funniest joke from TV's funniest sitcom? And would this joke then, by sheer elimination, be the funniest line ever uttered in a situation comedy?

Time Warner Cable Is for Straight People Only, Please

Em & Lo | Posted 03.05.2015 | Women
Em & Lo

Let's start with the first page, which begins with the instructions, "Let's start with an easy one: Are you a guy or a girl?" Wait, what? Do movies buffer differently for guys and girls? Do women need their tech advice given in a pretty pink font?!

Top 10 Life Lessons from 'The Bachelor' (The Women Tell All)

Em & Lo | Posted 03.03.2015 | Women
Em & Lo

Just watching "The Bachelor" to make fun of other people's highly entertaining foibles and personality flaws would not be honorable. Bettering ourselves in the process makes it meaningful. See, this is God's work we're doing here, people!:

YouTube Kids: Implications for the Kids Media Industries

David Kleeman | Posted 02.26.2015 | Media
David Kleeman

Kids already spend lots of time with YouTube, and it's become not only a top entertainment destination, but a key contributor to their learning. Increasingly, young people look for visual demonstrations to answer questions.

LOOK: Actors Amber Stevens And Andrew J. West's Cozy Winter Wedding

BRIDES | Posted 02.26.2015 | Weddings
BRIDES

Amber Stevens first met Andrew J. West on the set of ABC's Greek in 2008, where they played an onscreen couple.

The Enjoyable and Oddly Gripping NBC Series 'The Blacklist'

Ahmad Khan | Posted 02.26.2015 | Entertainment
Ahmad Khan

A notable and transformative shift has taken place at NBC. The network has chosen to bet its Thursday night on more serious dramas in hopes of aligning its programming with the viewing preferences of American audiences.

Who Else Wants to Be Happy?

Marshall Goldsmith | Posted 02.24.2015 | Business
Marshall Goldsmith

The Great Western Disease is "I'll be happy when..." This is our belief that happiness is a static and finite goal, within our grasp when we get that promotion, or buy that house, or find that mate, or whatever.

Alaska's Film Industry Is Growing, but Budget Crunch Puts Tax Credits in Limbo

Alaska Dispatch News | Posted 02.20.2015 | Entertainment
Alaska Dispatch News

Tax credits documented in a new state report show that Alaska's film industry has continued to grow even as state lawmakers prepare to gut the film incentive program.

Advancing the 'Weird Brown Girl Movement'

Sarah Beauchamp | Posted 02.19.2015 | Black Voices
Sarah Beauchamp

An African City is creator Nicole Amarteifio's web series chronicling the lives of five young Ghanaian women. In the comments on YouTube, someone asks, "Why are they acting like white girls?" Filmmaker, and one of the stars of An African City, Nana Mensah has never known how to answer that question.

Bogus Reps Anger Even More Comcast Customers

Christopher Elliott | Posted 02.18.2015 | Business
Christopher Elliott

What follows is easily one of the most bizarre epilogues to an already bizarre story about bad customer service. It involves harassing phone calls, threats to cut off service and the use of unusually vulgar language, even by Internet standards.

Disruptive Women: Erin Day, New York Television Festival and Indie TV

Maura Kelly | Posted 02.17.2015 | Business
Maura Kelly

Erin Day is the Festival Director of the New York Television Festival (NYTVF). Founded in 2005, the NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of artists with leading networks, studios and brands.

Let's See More #DeafTalent in Hollywood

Lydia L. Callis | Posted 02.17.2015 | Entertainment
Lydia L. Callis

With so many talented deaf/HoH performer working to catch their big break in Hollywood, it is inexcusable that hearing actors and actresses continue being cast for these roles. Deaf parts belong to deaf performers.

The 11 Hottest TV Affairs

www.vanityfair.com | Posted 02.17.2015 | Entertainment

TV today is jam packed with clandestine clinches and scandalous sex scenes. I mean, a show called The Affair won the Golden Globe for best drama. Sapp...

Here's Why NBC MUST Keep Brian Williams

Mike Hegedus | Posted 02.10.2015 | Media
Mike Hegedus

Network news has been 'localized' and I think we can use Brian Williams to remind us of that. So please, NBC, don't fire Brian Williams.

Fresh Off The Boat Makes People Uncomfortable, And That's A Great Sign

Sahra Vang Nguyen | Posted 02.11.2015 | Entertainment
Sahra Vang Nguyen

Fresh Off The Boat is centered around perspectives of the Asian American experience, inspired by the real life voice of Eddie Huang, positions the white experience as different, and features Asian characters played by real Asian people.

Brian Williams, NBC, Social Media, PR and Branding

Jeremy Harris Lipschultz | Posted 03.19.2015 | Business
Jeremy Harris Lipschultz

I am not ready to conclude, as some have, that the new media age offers a free pass on traditional media ethics and credibility. If anything, our social media age demands higher standards of transparency, authenticity and believability.

For 'Ultimate Survival Alaska' star James Sweeney, mixed feelings about reality TV fame

Alaska Dispatch News | Posted 02.09.2015 | Entertainment
Alaska Dispatch News

If you've watched the reality TV show "Ultimate Survival Alaska," you know James Sweeney. In a field of mild, mostly upbeat competitors, he stands ...