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Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

Waite never won an Emmy and was never even nominated for an Oscar. His mistake, I think, was making it look too easy … too natural. Too many Hollywoodists love to SEE the acting, the strings, the technique… How else to explain the increasingly awful Meryl Streep's ongoing Academy love. You never caught Waite acting. Feb 14, 2014 6:55 AM PT

Media Ignore Planned Parenthood $2 Million Wrongful Death Payoff

With the national controversy swirling around various Republican governors and state lawmakers passing laws to increase the health standards at abortion clinics, you would think national abortion provider Planned Parenthood paying out a $2 million wrongful death settlement would be news. But if you think that you are obviously unfamiliar with a news media that considers abortion its own kinds of sacrament. Feb 13, 2014 11:45 AM PT

With No Factual Data NBC News Declares Victory for ObamaCare Enrollments

With the announcement from our government that as of the end of January, 3.3 million have signed up for private insurance through ObamaCare, NBC's First Read declared victory for Obama Thursday. The headline reads: "[G]ood health-care news for the White House -- enrollment is no longer a problem." There is just one problem. No one at NBC News has any idea what the real enrollment numbers are. Feb 13, 2014 10:11 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Four major new film releases this week; three of them -- Robocop, About Last Night, Endless Love -- are remakes from the 1980s. The fourth is something called Winter's Tale. Sad. Feb 13, 2014 9:32 AM PT

Comcast to Buy Time Warner Cable

Comcast has made an official bid to purchase Time Warner Cable for $159 per share, or $45 billion. THR reports that the merger would mean that this one company would now "command three-quarters of the market" and that the motive behind the deal is to "give companies increased leverage in carriage talks with TV network operators, which have in recent years become more contentious." Feb 13, 2014 5:33 AM PT

Rome Diary: Day Six

No one, though, could point me to the Colosseum’s most sacred spot: where Bruce Lee beat Chuck Norris like a drum before snapping his neck. So, unfortunately, my trip to Rome has been kind of a waste. Feb 10, 2014 9:34 AM PT

Rome Diary: Day Five

Pompeii is breathtaking. After sitting in an audience before Pope Francis, touring St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, and standing before St. Peter’s tomb, getting on a bus at 6:30 AM this morning for a three hour drive to see a bunch of ruins felt like something of an anti-climax. Brother was I wrong. Feb 8, 2014 5:47 PM PT

Rome Diary: Day Three

Until this dig, everyone assumed the Tomb of St. Peter (which we are visiting tomorrow) was merely a symbolic place. Modern archeology proved otherwise. During the tour, this was a common refrain from our guide: that modern science has turned what had been written off as Biblical legend into fact. Think about that … think about the fact that science is proving not disproving my Catholic and Christian faith. This is happening in the Middle East, as well. Feb 7, 2014 4:05 PM PT

Rome Diary, Day Four: St. Peter's Basilica and Death-Defying Traffic

In the 1960’s a female archeologist capable of reading the graffiti scrawled onto an ancient wall found at the North end of the excavation, located a missing piece of this wall (that an excavator had taken home as a souvenir). This piece would solve a two-thousand year-old puzzle. Once it was put into place, the graffiti identified the spot as Peter’s resting place. “Peter is Here” it read. Feb 7, 2014 12:20 PM PT

Rome Diary: Day Two

One thing larger than life is Pope Francis, who we saw this morning. It’s winter here. Cold. It poured rain on and off all morning. Still, along with about 10,000 others, we huddled under umbrellas waiting for the Holy Father to arrive for his weekly Wednesday appearance. Feb 6, 2014 9:07 AM PT

Rome Diary: Day One

Outside of a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean, a few days in Canada, and a weekend in Santa Monica, I have never traveled outside of America. That all changes this week, as the wife and I begin to make our way to Rome, where we will arrive Monday night after an overnight layover in Chicago and another layover in Munich. Feb 6, 2014 8:28 AM PT

NBC In Miami Calls Republican Party 'Reprehensive'

NBC does it again, this time through a Miami affiliate that broadcast a graphic (see above) that read: "Reprehensive Party of Florida." You have to ask yourself what kind of culture there is at NBC News that makes staffers believe that dehumanizing Republicans in this way is okay. This isn't a one-off. It is a troubling pattern that just never stops. Jan 31, 2014 11:25 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

This is two digital revolutions coming together at once. First you have digital technology bringing down the cost of television production in ways that were unimaginable 20 years ago. Secondly, the bottleneck of distribution has been shattered. It used to be you either had to get the okay from a handful of movie studios or a handful of television networks. Today the outlets are endless. Jan 31, 2014 9:25 AM PT

Poll: Fox Remains the Most Trusted Name In News

Fox News once again found itself at the very top of Public Policy Polling's annual survey of the most trusted news networks in America. A whopping 35% of those polled trust Fox News more than any other television news outlet. Fox even embarrassed second place. PBS earned that spot with only 14%. Jan 31, 2014 5:54 AM PT

Poll: NBC, MSNBC Sink to Bottom of Public Trust

Democratic pollster Public Policy Polling's annual survey of the American public's most and least trusted news outlets found that NBC and MSNBC have sunk to the very bottom this year. Only 3% choose either as the networks they trust above all others. Fox News is the most trusted, with 35% choosing the "Fair and Balanced Network." Jan 30, 2014 2:08 PM PT


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