A brilliant, hilarious, exhilarating look at the Gore Vidal v. William F. Buckley paradigm-busting 1968 debates that changed TV journalism for the worse.
“Unexpected demand” brought down the stream. Unexpected? It’s the Oscars. The Oscars. No amount of demand can be unexpected.
*In a few places, as long as you already have access to it on your TV.
Mine was Shaun Cassidy. *sigh* Between the bubble-gum pop music and The Hardy Boys Mysteries on ABC on Sunday nights, I was a complete preteen goner.
Links my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
There are so many aspects to this, and the next question might even be: Are there good reasons why we wouldn’t want a world without advertising?
On the Oscars red carpet last night.
Michael Fassbender? Tilda Swinton? Michael Shannon? Elizabeth Olsen? But Jonah Hill gets a nom… *sigh*
The corporations whose lobbyists are responsible for SOPA and PROTECT IP are the same corporations who run the mainstream news media. It is not in their best interest to tell you about all the things happening that will affect you.
Is it a moot point, since broadcast TV is clearly on its way out, or at least on its way to being much less culturally influential?