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Tag Archives: television
The kerfuffle between Glee’s creator and the bands Kings of Leon and Guns ‘n Roses may seem frivolous, but the issue at hand — creative control — is nothing to take lightly. Continue reading
TV Sports highlight show hosts forget that they’re not the star of the show — and thereby do a disservice to their viewers. Continue reading
How an over-enthusiastic infomercial actually ended up teaching a solid lesson about enjoying the smaller things in life. Continue reading
Increased access to culinary inspiration — both on TV and in the grocery aisles — has improved our modern dining experience. Continue reading