CNN’s latest advertising campaign seems to be inspired by a certain fictional New York TV producer
It must have been the weird accents that made NBC doubt exactly where in the southern hemisphere the ‘murder trial of the decade’ is taking place
Judging by its frequency on American TV in January, the ‘Internet of Things’ might be for 2014 what ‘twerking’ was for 2013
Ever dreamt of a channel that only airs bloopers, technical errors and awkward moments between anchors? The wait is over! This African News Network only employs the inexperienced and makes for some really great TV.
Linette Lopez on the 3 trendsetting clubs that came to embody the early spirit of Disco in New York Hipster City
While Egypt’s military ousted President Morsi, thousands of Egyptians were shining green laser pointers not out of rage but in celebration.
Twenty-three years ago a forest fire was among one of the most tragic days in U.S. Forest Service history. Jaime Joyce looks back at the prison inmates who died fighting the Dude Fire, and the families who struggled for justice.
As news broke that Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius was charged with murder, American TV news producers and anchors did their best to get the facts (and everything else) right. Few (including Brian Williams) succeeded.
Publishing pictures of Oscar Pistorius crying contravenes a court ruling prohibiting the taking of photographs during the athletes’ first court appearance.
A tribute to Oscar Pistorius’s model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, who was shot dead at his home in South Africa.
During Oprah’s grilling of Lance Armstrong, he revealed how his 13-year-old son’s Instagram account seemed to play a role in his decision to admit to doping.
What sweet nothings are Katie whispering to Barbra? Comment below.
The ‘Lord and God of Algorithms’ now at a church near you
Imagine if every person in Africa saw this video, and this was the only information they ever got about Norway. What would they think about Norway? They’d donate their radiators.
The David Petraeus sex scandal makes great fodder for New York dailies.
Hurricane Sandy is here which means TV reporters have been deployed all along the East Coast to ensure around-the-clock coverage as the storm hits: the perfect opportunity to be seen on TV. Below a guide for what to look out for.
Avoid Twitter when searching for info on what could be a repeat of Hurricane Irene
Spotted at a bus stop in NYC. (Bloomberg paid for this ad)
30 Rock predicted that Paul Ryan will step down. There’s still time.