The Radice Files — Episode 37: “The one with the looped cat”
Today we’ve got it all. Broadcasting, cable, film, social media, a catchy logo, and some very unique music.
CloutHub and Skylab Apps are among companies vying to work with the former president, who was sidelined by Facebook and Twitter.
Key insiders speak candidly about U.S. failures in the Afghanistan war and the government’s lack of strategy and shifting goals
The BBC journalist who conducted a bombshell 1995 interview with Princess Diana has resigned for health reasons, shortly before a report is to be published investigating whether he acted improperly to secure Diana’s permission to take part.
Advertisers are ready to spend big again on TV. But the largest linear networks now need them to move dollars to streaming video platforms.
“Didn’t mean to set the internet on fire. What I said last night was true. ‘CNN Tonight with Don Lemon’ is no more,” host says
Marv Albert, the legendary sports broadcaster currently calling NBA games on TNT, will retire after this year’s NBA Playoffs
The so-called Frag Attack vulnerabilities could let hackers steal data or compromise connected gadgets.
The slanted text in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s logo, and its break from the traditional red, white and blue color palette, has formed a new graphical language for progressivism. Imitators abound.
The Savannah College of Art and Design says it plans an expansion of its film and digital media studio that will make it the largest college movie studio in the country.
Spoiler: McKinnon’s Fauci failed to clear things up
Neil Young, Phoenix, and more lucky souls who now play their heroes’ own instruments.
And finally…2 of my favorite things…cats, and looping.
Alugalug Cat X The Kiffness (Soulful Singing Cat Live Looping Remix)