Category Archives: television

Power Dynamics Below the Line in Hollywood (and everywhere else)

If you’re anywhere near Hollywood this week, you’ve got a hot take on Harvey Weinstein. I’ve only been here a few years, exclusively “below the line”, and I heard all the rumors too. I dreaded ever having even secondhand contact with … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap to Opportunity: A Conversation with 3 First-Time NAB Show Attendees

Imagine this: you’re in your early twenties, at the start of your career in post production. You come from a working class family with no connections in the media industry, and you’ve had many challenges to overcome along the way. … Continue reading

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I don’t like "V".

You’ve probably seen advertising for the ABC show “V” this month. You might have even watched it. I noticed that a number of my friends are becoming “fans” of it on Facebook, tweeting about how much they’re enjoying it, or … Continue reading

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Filled with Glee

Oh, how I adore Glee. It airs Wednesday nights on FOX, in case you’ve been living under a rock. It’s centered around a Glee Club at an Ohio high school, and all the dramas that come along with it. And … Continue reading

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