Tag Archives: Media
ESPN’s overwhelming Tim Tebow coverage looks to be trending downward after network president John Skipper said he told producers to take it back a notch following criticism from Doug Gottlieb Former ESPN analyst Doug Gottlieb evidently lit a fire under … Continue reading
Sometimes people carry out certain tasks and are called “brave,” while “stupid,” “naïve,” and “psychotic” would apply just as well. For war correspondents looking to cut their teeth in the field, sometimes all those words mean the same thing. That’s … Continue reading
The term “blogosphere” has been used so often and in so many ways that word is on the verge of losing all meaning. “Blog” no longer refers to something written by “someone in their basement” with no credibility. Today, … Continue reading
This is the panel we’ve all been waiting for. Toronto’s Blogs With Balls conference was good enough to host the “State of the Hockey Media” discussion over the weekend and, aside from all the dreary lockout talk, it’s an engaging … Continue reading
Public broadcasting takes up $445 million out of an annual U.S. budget, good enough for 1/100th of a single percentage point of the $3.5 trillion federal budget. Neil deGrasse Tyson compared the elimination of the funding to deleting text … Continue reading
The Off The Book web series by PBS is a creative techie’s dream. Along with describing the thought that goes into title designs, something we see everyday but never think about, Off The Book has videos that delve into web … Continue reading
He even bores himself.