Television

Times Laments Lack of Blacks on TV, Uses "Redneck"

The Times' Edward Wyatt uses the word "redneck" in a politically correct story arguing for greater racial diversity on television.

Anti-War Opinionizing Not "Exterminated" in TV Reviews

Neil Genzlinger finds an anti-war message in a reality show about pest control.

Critic Works "Extreme" Patriot Act Criticism Into Review of Oppenheimer Doc

TV critic Mike Hale: "And the more extreme features of the Patriot Act may come to mind when witnessing some of the tactics used in the campaign to smear [J. Robert] Oppenheimer and remove ...

Hollywood's Best and Worst

New Tube vs. Old Tube

One study reveals teens watch less TV than older generations but another study finds access to racy material is just a click away.

Apostles of Atheism

How the broadcast and print media helped spread the Gospel of Godlessness in 2007

Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine

I do not agree with what you have to say, but Ill defend to the death your right to say it. - Voltaire

Teen Pregnancy and TV

Potty Mouths OK for TV but Not for the Supreme Court

As profanity explodes on television, lawyers arguing a broadcast decency case before the High Court are using euphemisms.

Sexy TV Shows, Violent Video Games Linked to Teen Sex, Aggression

Two studies published by Pediatrics find that sexy TV shows are associated with higher teen pregnancy rates, and violent video games with increased hostility in children.
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