Fox News’ slant on Comedy Central’s Sanity/Fear rally raises questions about what is fair and balanced. But is the joke on us for even asking the question?
A little after Wimbledon and just before the MLB pennant races heat up, a lot of people with foreign names wear spandex and race bicycles crazy fast up and down mountains in a far away land we love to visit and Fox News loves to criticize. Beginning today in Rotterdam and ending three weeks later in Paris, it’s the Tour de France.
2010 has been good to the TV ratings business but the 2009 revenue story for TV’s scorekeeper wasn’t as rosy.
Will Apple’s iPad save print or put the final nail in paper-based media’s coffin? Here’s one dream sequence about how things could work out for the best.
Forty years ago this summer, Woodstock was the place to be…or so the media and fading memories of today’s baby boomers would have you believe. Peter Gordon, who spent summers in the Catskills not far from the Bethel, NY site of the Woodstock Music & Arts Festival, remembers it all quite differently.
Although Internet Advertising may be the fair haired child of the ROI set, it has its share of measurement problems.
If you think that the newspaper business is having a tough time today — read your history books.
It’s all about shelf space and being eye-level with the consumer. Even on the Web.
No longer imprisoned in your TV past, The Prisoner is online again.
Contest idea: See if you can guess which major news organization will be the first to use the headline, “I Don’t Like Ike” to describe the hurricane now headed for Texas. For those of you aren’t up on your post-WWII political history, it’s the flip side of the 1952 campaign slogan for President Dwight Eisenhower. My money is on Colbert,… Read more →