The Radice Files — Episode 50 “What Are They Thinking?”
Even though the streaming war is hotter than ever, and Fox is experiencing some pushback from inside, we should look at the 1/6 Commission vote…and remember the names of those who voted against it. After all…there is video!
Streaming behemoths are scrambling in a media-convulsing game of musical chairs.
Bob Costas, who hosted 12 Olympic Games telecasts for NBC, believes this summer’s Tokyo Olympics should not proceed due to Covid-19 risks.
Executives and star talent behind the year’s biggest movies will once again descend on Las Vegas to woo exhibitors
A roundup programming and podcasts tied to the 100th anniversary of the attack on “Black Wall Street,” its aftermath and its historical impact.
ABC and NBC have better Thursdays
In a rough year for traditional TV, some shows managed to stand out even as the overall picture was one of double-digit losses.
Donna Brazile, a Democratic analyst, has left the Murdoch-owned network as some hosts and journalists who questioned Donald Trump have exited or been sidelined.
Somehow it’s Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday this week. Some of you may not think that’s a big deal, but I do. The fact of his talent pretty much drowns out most other ideas of what to write about, but here’s to the birthday boy. Keep up the good work. Back then, we wondered why Dylan […]
“The Talk” has been talking to fewer audience members since co-host Sharon Osbourne split from the CBS daytime series
What do a bunch of comedians and muscle cars have in common? Apparently, not much. And that’s the fun of it.
Why Thursday’s ‘Friends’ reunion special on HBO Max is just one stop of a very long, very lucrative never-ending continuum that may never, ever be duplicated
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