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P.J. BEDNARSKI

P.J. Bednarski is the Editor of Online Video Daily and VidBlog. You can reach P.J. at pj@mediapost.com.

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  • Subaru Puts Safety First In Spots by Tanya Gazdik (Marketing Daily on 08/29/2016)

    I own a Subaru. In fact, this is our fourth. It's a great car, and evidently pretty safe. But readers might want to know of this relatively new piece of info. A new test shows Subaru front seat passengers are not very safe. Because I think Subaru overall is a great car, I hope they fix this. Read/watch test video: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/front-seat-passengers-in-small-suvs-face-more-injury-than-drivers-in-frontal-crackups/

  • TV Critics Adopt Role Of Diversity Police, Attack CBS by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 08/11/2016)

    Well, Adam, it's pack journalism possibly at the finest it can be. Everybody at TCA--or a lot of people anyway--asked questions on the same subject instead of hopping around from subject to subject as happens at many/most press conferences, which makes a lot of them worth less than they would if the speaker was grilled more. But inevitably, it does make the headlines read like a verdict because that's what it is.

  • TV Columnist's Desperate Plea: Will Somebody Please Explain 'Star Trek's' Popularity? by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 08/09/2016)

    I'm with you, Adam. Insufferable, over-rated, pretentious. I was happy Shatner went where no man had ever gone before, but then he came back.

  • The Greatest Donald Trump Story Ever Told by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 08/05/2016)

    So I guess we'll never know whether Donald Trump is not at least part orangutan until he produces the documentation, one way or the other.  And yet, my reading of the Constitution is that it would not prohibit an orangutan from the White House. That could be one for the helplessly deadlocked. Supreme Court

  • Obnoxious 'White House' Doc Reveals How First Families Live Like Royalty by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 07/12/2016)

    I just wanted to tell Michael Kaplan he and his dog should check out LaQuintas. They all take dogs and the rooms are nice. They're a good place to "stay."

  • Independence -- From The Multiplex Screen by J. Max Robins (TV Everywhere on 07/06/2016)

    should be "fewer" than 150 million Americans. Hate making that mistake! Fewer than thirty children each year develop the disease. Use less when you're referring to something that can't be counted or doesn't have a plural (e.g. money, air, time, music, rain). For example: It's a better job but they pay you less money.

  • Independence -- From The Multiplex Screen by J. Max Robins (TV Everywhere on 07/06/2016)

    should be "fewer" than 150 million Americans. Hate making that mistake! Fewer than thirty children each year develop the disease. Use less when you're referring to something that can't be counted or doesn't have a plural (e.g. money, air, time, music, rain). For example: It's a better job but they pay you less money.

  • Independence -- From The Multiplex Screen by J. Max Robins (TV Everywhere on 07/06/2016)

    Nice column Max. Obviously there are a lot more entertainment choices than there once were, but it is still mind boggling to consider than in the 1940s, upwards of 60 million people went to the movies every week, when there were less than 150 millon Americans out there.TV was once movies with small budget. Movies are now TV with a big budget-- better explosions, mainly. No self respecting couch potato needs to spend time at the Cinema 28.

  • Dumb & Dumber: The Sad, Pandering State Of The Bud Light Campaign by Barbara Lippert (Mad Blog on 06/30/2016)

    I would like to say I will never drink another Bud Light or America because of these campaigns, but really, I aggressively avoided both before these campaigns. Now I just hate them more. Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen should know better.:Bad material, for lame legacy brand, doesn't help them a all. 

  • Unruly To The Rescue Of The Vertically Challenged by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog on 06/21/2016)

    Hi Doug---Great observation. I heard Sid Caesar, of all people, argue that the device that most changed everything was the remote control tuner. It's kind of true, too. We'd never have that massively wasteful cable lineup--or heavy TV viewers would be a lot thinner!--if they had to get up everytime they wanted to change channels. Of course, it's just a playful observation but Caesar was talking about more than just TV, though. So much stuff works by remote we're not even aware of it. 

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