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Author: Ryann Rasmussen

Megan Boone of “The Blacklist” Proves All the Haters Wrong by Being Awesome

by | May 29, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

The web is buzzing with complaints about Megan Boone on NBC’s “The Blacklist,” saying her performance is flat and uninspired. But all their comments leave me wondering what is wrong with the haters and why they’re complaining so much. In a show where crazy things happen every week, she is relatable and helps ground […]

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The Hot Debate Over The Future of Television Advertising: Commercials vs. Product Placement

by | May 15, 2014 | Industry News | 0 

The commercial verses product placement debate sparks a handful of fascinating questions: Has the era of commercials come to a close? Are product placements the future of television advertising? How willing are viewers to accept product placements? What other revenue generating avenues might networks explore?

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – MLB’s 10 Best Beards and Brostaches

by | Apr 29, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

It’s not just peanuts and Cracker Jacks – or even grand slams – that brings folks to the ball field these days. In addition to stealing home and pitching no-hitters, today’s Major League players give the fans a lot to look at, especially when it comes to facial hair. Whether it’s a fantastic display of […]

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Is The CW Network the Reason Teens are Reading Again?

by | Apr 24, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

It feels like people will do anything to get teens to read these days. We’ve seen an upsurge in book-based media recently, specifically through the CW network. Stories range from contemporary tales, such as “The Carrie Diaries,” to stories based on fairy tales, like “Beauty and the Beast.” Because these stories have been on the […]

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The #1 Show That Nobody Talks About: ‘NCIS’

by | Apr 3, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

The CBS military procedural “NCIS” doesn’t have has many Emmys as “Mad Men” or “Breaking Bad.” But in its 11th season, it continues to beat the competition in one key category. It has more people tuning in to watch. “NCIS” remains the most watched show on Tuesday’s TV lineup, and the number one scripted show […]

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Top TV Dramas for History Buffs – Here It Is, Your History Buff-et

by | Apr 1, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

Producers of historical dramas often have a difficult time striking a balance between accuracy and compelling storylines. If they stick too much to details, it becomes hard for us to follow; but if they sacrifice too many details for intriguing plots, those of us who are history buffs feel cheated. Fortunately, in the past year […]

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The Online Streaming Shift: How TV Networks Are Adapting

by | Mar 31, 2014 | Industry News | 0 

Streaming video is the latest media phenomenon and, as statistics and trends report, it’s not going anywhere. As of 2012, 100 million Americans watched online videos per day, which is up 43 percent since 2010, according to TechCrunch. While this increase was largely driven by YouTube, streaming video services like Netflix (44 million subscribers as […]

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Reports of Cable’s Death from Netflix are Wildly Exaggerated

by | Mar 20, 2014 | Industry News | 0 

Over the course of the past decade, streaming video has taken the place of downloading and file sharing as the chief perceived online threat to established media concerns. As the most visible and successful video streaming service, Netflix inherits many of the fears that were once attached to pirating sites. In short, the fear that […]

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First Look: This Is What Matt Ryan Will Look Like as DC’s “Hellblazer” in “Constantine”

by | Mar 13, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

Production has officially begun for NBC’s new pilot, “Constantine” – from executive producers David S. Goyer and Daniel Cerone. DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television and NBC have wet comic fans appetites today with the release of the first official image of series star Matt Ryan in character as John Constantine. “Constantine” follows enigmatic and irreverent […]

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New “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Brings in Viewers From All Generations

by | Mar 6, 2014 | Entertainment | 0 

Jimmy Fallon is the new “Tonight Show” host, split between two generations, tasked with keeping everyone tuning in and filling their evenings with comedy they all can get a laugh from. Fallon has to draw in the millennials, which he achieves with simple sketches and viral social media content. This includes everything from his “History […]

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