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  • "Manhattan" Season 2
    WGN 'Manhattan' Open 'Casting Call' at Santa Fe, NM on March 7, 2015
    "Manhattan" (WGN) will begin filming its' second TV season in the state of New Mexico 2015. You can watch season one (13 episodes) over at "Hulu Plus." An open casting call for background extras will be at Santa Fe, NM on...
  • A Niagara wine co-stars with an Oscar winning actresss, sort of
    A Niagara wine co-stars with an Oscar winning actresss, sort of
    Historically, when a film receives Academy Award attention, its box office receipts and word-of-mouth buzz increase as more and more people decide to see what all the fuss is about. The folks at the Black Willow Winery no doubt will be happy about...
  • Bi.Org is up for sale
    Bi.Org is up for sale
    A hot commodity for bisexuals in the Internet world is up for sale. Bi.Org is going up for auction soon and bisexual activists are concerned that it could go the way of an adult site.The site ofBi.org wasan international bi domain that was run by...
  • Dakota Johnson, Oscars 2015
    Oscar celebrity women and body confidence
    The night after the Oscars most people can expect to find out one thing: what everyone wore. Most questions about appearance are directed at the female celebrities, possibly to the detriment of the body confidence of young fans.When they step on...
  • Fox Broadcasting names Studio City's Missy Halperin to executive spot
    Fox Broadcasting names Studio City's Missy Halperin to executive spot
    A longtime Fox emloyee and local Studio City, Calif. mom, Missy Halperin, was promoted this week to Executive Vice President of Talent Relations for Fox Broadcasting.Fox executives made the announcement Friday through Joe Earley, the chief...
  • Lame duck Obama beginning to feel like a trapped animal with mainstream media
    Lame duck Obama beginning to feel like a trapped animal with mainstream media
    President Barack Obama is becoming more confusing by the day to many journalists and the American people as a whole. In a prior interview in late January with Vox editor-in-chief Ezra Klein and executive editor Max Iglesias he noted that the...
  • A political rally on one side, the stands at a football game on the other. Notice the similarities.
    Another take on the question 'How did politics get to be so personal?'
    New York Times op-ed writerThomas Edsallhas an interesting column today titled "How did politics get so personal?" It's a question I've long wondered about myself, and Edsall does a good job of digging for an answer, turning to...
  • Hang 10 is marketing it in St. Louis
    Hang 10 Productions is the right choice for great events and talent branding
    I am always searching for something for my subscribers and fans to sink their teeth in. St. Louis is named for a lot of things, however the greater things always get swept under the river.I take great pleasure in being a wonderful observer of a...
  • Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Major media outlets follow Examiner scoop on 9/11 secrets
    Days after Examiner.com broke the news that U.S. lawmakers were demanding the White House release 28 top-secret pages from the federal 9/11 Commission report, major media outlets followed suit.Among them:Newsweek, Fox News, The New York Times, New...
  • Comcast Time Warner Cable logos
    Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger translates into lower cable bills for consumers
    Despite what critics of this deal want to make the public believe, the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger is the best deal that consumers need. Why? Because believe it or not, it equates to lower prices for consumers.The television networks who have...
  • Reporter Walter Cronkite  circa 2007
    How to return to the moon part 5: Selling it to the media
    At first glance, selling a return to the moon plan to the media should be the easiest task at all. As skeptical and as cynical as many reporters pretend to be, they can become wide eyed children when they get to cover a space mission. This...
  • Legendary Urban Radio Executive Kernie L. Anderson
    Legendary Urban Radio Executive Kernie L. Anderson Dead at 74
    Urban radio lost one of their legendary leaders on Saturday, December 20 when broadcast executive Kernie L. Anderson died at age 74. He was retired after serving over 30 years as a Vice President or General Manager of radio stations, in various...
  • Exaggerated health news found to originate in research
    Exaggerated health news found to originate in research
    Press releases from research universities are the source of exaggerated claims of health benefits from new health research and not the news media. This is the conclusion reached by Professors Petroc Sumner and Chris Chambers at Cardiff University...
  • Taming your GoPro Camera
    Taming your GoPro Camera
    The GoPro camera has redefined the way that adventurers look at the world. That's a pretty outstanding accomplishment. This miniature camera has truly opened our minds and eyes. It goes without saying, if you are going to blog about your...
  • More unrest over grand jury decision
    Ferguson; the monster the media created
    On Monday night the town of Ferguson, Missouri exploded after the grand jury returned a decision freeing Officer Darren Wilson from thepossibility of indictment over the shooting death of Michael Brown. Breitbart states thatRobert McCulloch,...