The Radice Files — Issue #19 “Everything Is Gonna Be All Right”
“The tedium is the message.” Jonathan Chait, NY Mag.
When President Joe Biden delivers his first address to Congress on Wednesday, two of the past year’s ground-shaking events will be hard to ignore.
Rather than a CEO-slamming sound bite free-for-all, Tuesday’s big tech hearing on algorithms aimed for more of a listening session vibe — and in that sense it mostly succeeded. The hearing centered on testimony from the policy leads at Facebook, YouTube and Twitter rather than the chief executives of those companies for a change. The […]
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp will not launch a fully fledged Fox News-style news channel in the U.K., finding that this would not be financially viable.
The actor, who played The Caddy, believes one of the AC-12 gang will leave the BBC show and “deserves nothing but a hero’s exit”.
The Oscars may have had by far the worst ratings in history, but a bump in interest has been a boon to “Nomadland” and other winners.
Global time spent streaming increased 36% year-over-year, according to new data from Conviva. Here’s how streaming time has changed
Introducing the 2021 TIME100 Companies: TIME’s inaugural list of the world’s 100 most influential businesses
The model once known as “The Back” on a Hollywood career cut short.
QAnon adherents and other far-right influencers are making thousands of dollars broadcasting election and vaccine conspiracy theories on the streaming site.
Allen, owner of theGrio, proudly calls Local Now “the most localized news and entertainment free-streaming service on the planet.”
If TikTok and other social video platforms really are intent on stealing traditional media’s lunch, is proving the effectiveness of TV advertising really the best way of going about it?
Crypto speculation accounting for a quarter of an EV maker’s net income may not be an encouraging sign.
Samba TV sees 3.8 million households tuning in, topping ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’
“Bedrock” is set two decades after the original cartoon, with Banks voicing a twentysomething Pebbles
West Virginia will give $100 savings bonds to 16- to 35-year-olds who get a Covid-19 vaccine, the state’s governor announced this week.
In Case You Missed It…
The actor offered to accept via Zoom but the academy said no. Still, he won because of a release strategy that ensured his film would peak at the last minute.
The Wayback Machine
When “Last Call with Carson Daly” premiered on NBC Latenight, I executive produced a series of spots directed by Joe Chapura. This one featured the band “No Doubt” stuffed in an elevator at 30 Rock!