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Montel Williams: Brian Williams' apology was an 'insult' to soldiers

Years ago I took a role on JAG as a Naval Seal facing court martial for hitting a Congressional candidate who fabricated his military honors. I was an actor paid to play a part. 812 more words

Commentary

Lester Holt expected to remain Nightly News anchor

It looks like Lester Holt’s temporary seat in the “Nightly News” anchor chair will be permanent.

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Holt will head the “Nightly News” broadcast for good following a four-month interim stint. 144 more words

Leadership

The Changing face of the Television Industry

Today, television production is a different beast than it was when John Logie Baird developed his black and white format for the television transmission in the early 20th century. 379 more words

Analysis

My Experience in the TV Industry

Well this is partly true. I am currently working on a web series for a university course–cool right?! I’ve had the pleasure of taking part in the production of  440 more words

Life

Watch: Sesame Street's parody of "Game of Thrones" nails it all in six minutes

“I’m sorry, it looks like you choked, Joffrey.”

These are not the witty words of Tyrion Lannister from the HBO series Game of Thrones. Rather, they are said by “Grover Bluejoy” in the  309 more words

"12 of the Most Distracting Extras in Movie History"

An article written by, Rudie Obias labeled, 12 of the Most Distracting Extras in Movie History. When I saw this pop up on my newsfeed I had to give it a click; after all I am quite the experienced movie extra. 127 more words

Just For Fun

Three of the best bosses in the business

Through good luck and better work habits, my son Charlie has enjoyed the influence of three amazing bosses during his relatively short professional life.

He interned, and then worked for Oprah Winfrey, who taught him how to command an empire with grace and humor. 320 more words

Family