Monthly Archives: July 2013

Univision is winning the summer

Remember back in March when I noted that Spanish-language broadcast television network Univision had finished fourth in the February sweeps among adults age 18-49?  Well, for the last three weeks, Univision has been winning with that prized audience. At a … Continue reading

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Questions Worth Asking (Maybe)

Why would a big name director like Spike Lee choose to fund a movie using Kickstarter? Well, let’s let him answer that question: If you had a button that would let you turn off all news about the Royal Baby, … Continue reading

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Was SyFy’s Sharknado really the big deal that Twitter made it out to be?

That would be a definite NO. Some of you may have noticed last week when the SyFy Channel showed the over-the-top silly original movie that Twitter absolutely exploded with talk about the movie.  Everyone from Lost/Prometheus/Star Trek scribe Damon Lindelof … Continue reading

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Travels to China – Part 8: Pictures From a Trip

Over the last several blog posts, I’ve been choosing photos that help tell the story of my trip through China.  But for this final update on my week-long-plus expedition through China, my only goal is to highlight several photos that … Continue reading

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