Monthly Archives: February 2011

I’ll Take ‘Game Show Guillotines’ For $600, Alex

First published on MediaPost, February 16, 2011.

This evening, the world learns the answer to the burning question on everybody’s mind: “Are the TV game shows of the future safe for humanity?”  Personally, I believe all game shows are in jeopardy unless the producers and networks embrace the reality that it’s […]

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Wednesday Morning Quarterback — On Culture, Kids, And Cola

First published on MediaPost, Feb. 9, 2011

Somewhere along the way, the media masters that have kept the football portion of the Super Bowl content fairly safe and “super” have unfortunately learned to slowly look the other way while the advertisers and agencies whipped out their checkbooks.  Some might even suggest […]

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Who Wants to Play?

First published by MediaPost, Feb. 2, 2011

There’s something about the Super Bowl that brings out the underdog in all of us.  It even makes some of us want to make a bold, disruptive proclamation — and today is as good a time as any.

Certainly, it wouldn’t be the first time […]

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