Saturday, March 2, 2024

Media

Superstar Hollywood Publicists Merge Firms, Will Operate as One to Represent Everyone from Denzel Washington to Robert Redford to Elton John, Rolling Stones

The superstars of Hollywood PR are joining forces. PMK and Rogers & Cowan, separate agencies that are owned by InterPublic, have announced they will...

TOLD YA (Twice): Mario Lopez Going to “Access Hollywood” as Billy Bush Gets Paid Back by Trump and Fox Takes Over New “Extra” Propaganda...

Told you in May that Mario Lopez was on his way to Access Hollywood. I told you in February that "Extra" was being retooled as...

Showtime’s Roger Ailes Mini-Series Skips Monica Lewinsky-Bill Clinton Scandal, Rewrites History of How Fox News Became a Powerhouse

Showtime's "The Loudest Voice" mini series about Roger Ailes and Fox News is a ratings loser so far. On its opening night, only 299,000...

No Network Coverage for Trump’s Military Fourth of July Parade as CBS. NBC, ABC Opt Out, You Tube Channel Only Has 3K Subscribers, Facebook...

Who exactly is Donald Trump's Fourth of July military parade for? It won't be seen on the major networks. CBS, NBC, and ABC have...

Reports Say Mad Magazine is Shutting Down After Nearly 70 Years, Influential Humor Magazine Was Home of Alfred E. Neuman

It does seem like Mad Magazine, born in 1952 and signified by the fictional gap toothed Alfred E. Neuman, is coming at an end....

New Republic Magazine Seeks “Inequality Editor” And Gives Them First Story: Part Time Job Has No Benefits And Isn’t Part of Union

The New Republic magazine, which I didn't know was still in business, has a job opening: Inequality Editor. The job is to produce four columns...

Another Print Mag Almost Bites the Dust: “Entertainment Weekly” Becomes “Entertainment Monthly,” Website Remains

Another era ends in print magazines. Entertainment Weekly is becoming Entertainment Monthly after the July 4th weekend. I knew EW when it was a baby, and...

Exclusive: Chris Christie as Oprah? Dr. Phil? Former NJ Governor and Wife Mary Pat Pitching a Syndicated Talk Show from Controversial Producer Garth Ancier

Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie sees himself as the next Oprah. Or even Dr. Phil. I'm hearing that Christie and wife Mary Pat are...