Friday, June 20, 2014

Anti-Christian Bigotry on Display in Salem

Set at the time of the witchcraft trials, WGN America's Salem exhibits all the depth, historical accuracy, and understanding of the nuances of 17th century America to be found on a Bazooka Joe bubble-gum wrapper. MORE

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Broadcast Networks Don’t Understand “Family Entertainment”

Last week, the annual PURPOSE Family Entertainment and Faith-Based Summit convened in Beverly Hills. All the convention’s attendees demonstrated a clear understanding of the concepts of “faith” and “family” entertainment — except America’s broadcast networks. MORE

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Can't See MTV? A Million Viewers Don't Care

The mega-conglomerates that run the entertainment industry love to claim that “we’re just giving people what they want.” But in a battle over cable fees, nearly a million subscribers have demonstrated they don’t miss networks like MTV. MORE

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Roundtable Reveals What's Important to TV's "Comedy" Writers

The Hollywood Reporter recently detailed a roundtable meeting between some of the most influential “comedy” writers working in television today. The article revealed how such writers revel in subjects many Americans don’t find notably funny. MORE