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  • When It Comes To Viewer Habits, Ad Folks Are The Stranger Things by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog on 04/25/2017)

    Also,  100% of the parents on media conference panels strictly limit the amount of time their kids watch TV, but on the other hand, or at another conference, their three-year old spends all day watching cartoons he/she has downloaded from YouTube. 

  • 'NYT' Makes 'Truth' Easier To Find, New Spots Break On TV, Online by Joe Mandese (Publishers Daily on 04/21/2017)

    This is still the best New York Times commercial:

  • Anatomy Of A Masterpiece: The Making Of 'Pet Sounds' by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 04/07/2017)

    Sounds good! "Love and Mercy" the docudrama about Brian Wilson staring Paul Dano and John Cusack as Wilson at different times in his life, is among the best rock/music dramas I've ever seen, and fairly accurate from what I have read. 

  • Pro-Trump Group Plans Digital, TV Ad Blitz by P.J. Bednarski (Around the Net in Video on 03/30/2017)

    Will fix! Thanks for catching....

  • The New Breed Of Cord-Cutter by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog on 01/31/2017)

    Well, I asked Forrester for data on cord nevers but then, for space, clarity and time (mine), I didn't delve into it. But one takeaway from an October 2015 report from Forrester said, "Cord-nevers come in two flavors, and the youngest pose the most threat: Total cord-nevers are 18% of the population. The youngest among these, those under the age of 32, already represent a larger segment of the population than the entire set of cord cutters" (as of 2015). Just FYI. PJ

  • Social Media Gets Defiant by P.J. Bednarski (VidBlog on 01/30/2017)

    I'm sorry, Clint, but the two photos were taken at about the same time--Trump's just after he was sworn in after noon and Obama's between 12:07 and 12:26. That is approximately the same unless you're photographing the finish line at the Kentucky Derby. And, as far as I can tell from what's been reported, the park service re-tweeted the side by side photos and the other comment about agenda items take off the White House side. I think I have the moral, ethics and integrity to tell the truth. If you want to give me proof from a well-regarded news source that confirms your versions, I would love to have it. Here is a Reuters story about the timing of the two photos. Thank you for reading.

  • Bud Light Unveils First 'Famous Among Friends' Ad by Karlene Lukovitz (Marketing Daily on 01/23/2017)

    That's a nice commercial. But I missed the part that says, "We've also made it taste a lot better."

  • Why Fox Wants You To Pay Attention To What David Levy Is Doing by Joe Mandese (MediaPost Weekend on 12/24/2016)

    I agree with you Joe, but I think when Fox first started, some complained that Fox owned stations were running off-network shows in the prime time access time period where first-run syndication,or local shows, were supposed to be. That would seem to be a violation of the rules. Fox argued that according to the FCC's definition of a TV network, Fox did not qualify, for most of the reasons Ed Papazian noted. It was not, by definition, a network. Maybe it still isn't. Murdoch used a loophole. What do you know!!

  • I'll Drink To That: The Worst TV Shows Of 2016 by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 12/21/2016)

    I hope you keep up your negative attitude, Adam.

  • Comparing The '70s To Today After Stumbling On 'Sonny & Cher' by Adam Buckman (TVBlog on 11/21/2016)

    Were Sonny & Cher the Kardashians of that era?  Semi-scandalous, vapid, famous for being famous.Re "What were we thinking?" Sonny was elected to Congress. 

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