Category Archives: Infotainment

Can Broadcasting Become Dangerous?

Sinclair Media Group is the owner of the largest number of TV stations in America. Most Americans don’t know it exists. Yet, Michael Copps, the George W. Bush-appointed former chairman of Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the top US broadcast regulator said, “Sinclair’s probably the most dangerous company most people have never heard of.” Sinclair’s close associations to Trump have allowed

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The Misunderstood Affliction

  Julie Rehmeyer was so sick she sometimes couldn’t turn over in bed. The top specialists in the world were powerless to help, and scientific research on her disease was at a near standstill. She was running out of money. And she was all alone, with no one to care for her. This is the beginning of her powerful and

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Star Signs & Life Changing Music

“May 21 rolls around again, and another year in my journey through life has passed,” says Norman B, referring to his birthday. “Looking back over the years,” he continues, “I’m fortunate to have wonderful memories, each with their own soundtrack!” In the next edition of Life Elsewhere, Norman B recalls the music that has made an impact on his life.

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An Engaging, Insightful Discussion about TV and Movies with Experts, Eric Deggans and Bob Ross

If you missed the latest edition of Life Elsewhere, no worries, the Podcast is available here. Eric Deggans, TV critic for National Public Radio, explains the difference between News and Infotainment. Film and media critic, Bob Ross joins the program to discuss this summer’s releases and forthcoming cinematic highlights. Plus, you’ll hear this week’s Hit That Never Was, “Shoulda” by

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Next On Life Elsewhere

TV News or Infotainment? with Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR Once upon a time, we listened and watched when the newscaster spoke.  If  Walter Cronkite adjusted his glasses to read the update on the news coming out of Dallas,  we paid attention to his every word.  He had no props, there were no computer generated graphics or a Richard Quest

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