Even at their most memorable, presidential debates don’t live up to the hype.
One of the great perks of being associated with the Washington D.C.-based Phillips Foundation is meeting young, enterprising journalists setting out to make their mark in the world. Anna Parashkevova (Anna Moya by marriage), was very much in that category. Born in Bulgaria, she immigrated to the United States with her family, went on to [...]
Of course, there’s the game – THEE game – the Super Bowl. And then there are the commercials, some of the best commercials offered up to television viewers. Now President Obama is getting in on the action. Is nothing sacred – exempt from the media-saturated messages of the Obama administration?
As if co-opting an important Duke/Georgetown [...]
Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld is, in my refined and sophisticated opinion, one of the best and most underrated programs on television. The in-jokes, ironically formulaic production, and all-over surreal quality are simply perfect at 3 a.m., plus the Gregalogue is consistently profound yet snarky. They’ve even had some really good guests lately, like John [...]
When you watch a president give a State of the Union Address on television, you’re always watching three people: the president at the podium, and the vice president and House speaker on the rise behind him. As a TV shot it’s awkward. The vice president and the speaker have been instructed by media professionals not [...]