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Where Do I Keep My Gold Medal?

This article is part of an on-going original series written by Caitlyn Jenner for WhoSay called "The Real Me," which explores issues and people in the LGBT community. Hello friends! I hope your week has been awesome so far. I've been...Show More Summary

Reality Show Production Companies Provide Networks High-End Casting

When producing daytime talk shows in the late '90s to the '00s, we used to produce every genre of pre-dated reality shows in one-hour talk-show formats (46 minutes of actual show time). Topics included: Wishes and Dreams, where -- pre-Oprah's...Show More Summary

My Week Sunbathing in Terror-Torn Tunisia and How We Demonise Terror Victims

In November of 2014, I spent a week at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, Tunisia. It was a great week spent lying by a pool, drinking beer, visiting sights and reading books I had neglected for months back home. Usually a traveler who runs around cities, a relaxed week in a tourist suntrap provided an unusual but much-needed break. Show More Summary

Trump vs. Ramos

Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos is a most powerful force in the Latino community. His nightly Spanish language newscast, which he has co-anchored with Maria Elena Salinas for nearly 30 years, draws more than two million viewers each evening. Show More Summary

Honoring Three Courageous Journalists -- James Foley, Steven Sotloff and Austin Tice

Last year, the United States and the rest of the world was shocked by the videos of the barbaric beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff by ISIS. On Friday, August 28th, the American Society of Journalists will...Show More Summary

Academic Freedom and the Meaning of Courage

Sometimes, it takes courage to stand up for academic freedom. Three months ago I posted an article addressing academic freedom issues that had arisen at Northwestern University. In that piece, I related an incident involving Alice Dreger, William Peace, and an issue of the journal Atrium. Show More Summary

@Pontifex Is Rocking the Charts at Forbes

The earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth. — Pope Francis (@Pontifex) June 18, 2015 Isn't it ironic that the leader of an antique, conservative religion would become an icon for progressive change in the digital age? It's not often a leader catapults to the Forbes Top 10 list, especially a religious leader. Show More Summary

Addressable Screens Will Deliver High ROI: IPG Mediabrands' Tajer (VIDEO)

The scope and scale of the addressable TV market is bound to grow over the coming years, but that's not all. Addressable screens are also likely to come onto the scene as TV operators stitch more devices into their content ecosystems,...Show More Summary

The Thrill of the Media Biz Past, Present and Future: an Interview with Irwin Gotlieb (VIDEO)

In Irwin Gotlieb's view, what should make the ad industry exciting to young people is the variety of skills they'll get to learn and clients they'll get to serve. "If someone were to watch me in any given day, I still read scripts for...Show More Summary

Writing, Me, and Carli Lloyd

Earlier this summer, I wrote an essay about that tragic pool party in McKinney, Texas, where police overreacted, with guns drawn, to complaints from white neighbors about noisy Black teenagers at the community pool. This has been a season of extreme racial tragedies, and I had trouble getting the piece published once the news cycle had moved on. Show More Summary

Join or Leave

Do you know people who haven't officially joined Facebook but are, in fact, looking on the site everyday? You know who I'm talking about. They snoop around Facebook without actually creating an account themselves? Instead, these folks use a spouse's or friend's username and password. Show More Summary

Zero-Cost Recharge

Paul Sullivan's Aug. 21 New York Times piece, "Getting Workaholics to Stop and Recharge," is another welcome addition to the swelling tide of popular and academic articles focused on the balance between life and work. But the piece does...Show More Summary

Does the Ashley Madison Hack Spell the End for Monogamous Marriage?

I was born here. I have spent the majority of my life here. I live in a county with roughly 164,000 people. It's not Leiper's Fork Tennessee with and estimated 650 people, but it is a good sampling of small town USA. Florida is funky because we are a very large state. Show More Summary

Pain and Laughs in New York Fringe's 'Metafictional' Drama

I'm a Scot by origin. So in matters of culture the word "fringe" can mean only one thing. That would be Edinburgh, evoking in part the annual international festival there, but even more its huge and much livelier attendant program of fringe events. Show More Summary

Lebanon's Procrastination Problems May Soon Be Insurmountable

Lebanon is an incredible country teetering on the edge of utter dysfunction. It has been without a president for more than 460 days. It has absorbed almost 2 million Syrian refugees. For decades it has suffered widespread power outages. Show More Summary

With the Rise of $uperPacs and Voter ID, Can '16 Be More About Democracy?

LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green Shrum vs. Lowry: as billionaires "bid" for President and key swing states disenfranchise millions of minorities and millennials, can the process of Democracy grab more attention than Trump's Hair and Wall? Then: Does Donald vs. Show More Summary

Demagogue Du Jour

A demagogue is defined thusly: "a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular desires and prejudices rather than by using rational argument." Sound familiar? In watching the Morton Downey train wreck documentary last night, I realized that he has a lot in common with the demagogue du jour. Show More Summary

Children's Programming Driving SVOD: A "Sticky" Situation

To quote Congressman Morris Udall, "everything has been said, but not everyone has said it yet." When it comes to last week's announcement from Sesame Workshop and HBO, we may be about to prove Udall wrong - at this point everyone, including...Show More Summary

Trumpet-Blowing and Other Necessary Evils of Our Self-Promoting Culture

"But enough about me, let's talk about you... what do YOU think of me?" -- Beaches, 1988 I originally wrote this post from the standpoint of independent authors, certainly one group very much at the mercy of our Rube Goldbergesque self-promotional models of hyper-media 2015. Show More Summary

The Bob & Chez Show Podcast: Trump's Completely Racist Immigration Plan, Plus More Sarah Palin Word Salad and Bad Lip Reading the GOP Debate

Today's topics include: Bad Lip Reading the GOP Debate; Josh Duggar Exposed in Ashley Madison Hack; Hackers are Still Hackers No Matter Who's Exposed; Bill O'Reilly and Sarah Palin React to Trump's Immigration Plan; The Mainstreaming of Slavery; Anchor Babies; Deez Nuts for President; Bionic Dan Bidondi's Bionic Italian Gynecologist; and much more. Show More Summary

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