In January The Silver Tour will begin a three-month saturation TV campaign broadcasting "Should Grandma Smoke Pot?" in Washington D.C, and as many cities as finances permit. As little as $10,000 can buy 100 half-hour broadcasts.Read more »
"Sheldon Cooper's behavior may be unconventional and annoying, but his broadcasting of these quirky requests is a mutually beneficial service to those who value spending time with him, whatever those reasons may be."Read more »
"America is facing an information war ... and we are losing that war." That is what Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, said as she spoke before the Senate foreign relations committee.
The war, she says, is being won by networks that offer "real news". She praised Al Jazeera and said that it is changing peoples' minds and attitudes.Read more »
Even in the land of the rising sun they know the TSA is all about "hands-on" communication and "feel-good" customer service.Read more »
Aldous Huxley, social critic and author of Brave New World, talks to Wallace about threats to freedom in the United States, overpopulation, bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television.Read more »
TV shows can get four-letter filthy after an appeals court ruling Tuesday declared the Federal Communications Commission's indecency rule unconstitutional.
The ruling, with provocative implications for evening TV, prompted cheers and jeers - and means the F-word might soon air on a network near you.Read more »
56-year-old Stephen Perry, who wrote for the 1980s cartoon series Thundercats, was officially announced murdered. He'd been missing for nearly two weeks, and police reportedly found his arm inside of his abandoned vanRead more »
NBC admits to implanting "socially conscious" messages in its programming.
All the more reason to ditch the tube.Read more »
The Simpsons has brought us incessantly lasting phrases like "eat my shorts!" and "d'oh," but which has been the most influential on the English language?Read more »
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