A Collection of Thoughts on Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell, the bellowing heart throb of the grunge era best known for his time as the lead vocalist for Soundgarden, died Wednesday night in Detroit. He was 52 years old. Police were called to Cornell’s hotel room in the MGM Grand casino at around 12 am after receiving a 911 call from a family […]

Kids Crash BBC Live Shot in Must See Video

Working from home is often a challenge. There is always some laundry to do, lunches to make and a honey do list to complete, not to mention, children lurking behind closed doors waiting for their moment to destroy your moments of silence. Such is the life of Robert Kelly, a political science professor at Pusan […]

Why Everyone Should Watch Local TV News

When Howard Stern first started to make a name for himself in radio, people said they listened primarily because they had no idea what was going to happen next. In a world where everything seemed obvious and predictable, Howard Stern brought out the opposite. The same holds true for local TV. Don’t believe me? In […]

Most Popular Entertainment Jobs of the Week – 1st Edition

We’re just a few days away from one of the biggest nights in television – the presidential election. And while the country is divided in who they will choose, one thing is for sure, TV news networks will have Super Bowl-esque ratings as the viewing public tries to figure out the next four years of […]

Music and Its Effects on our Creativity, Social Interaction, and Intellect

Music has been around since the very dawn of time, existing in nature and later developing structure as humans found their way on planet Earth. It has provided us with great benefits, particularly in the emotions department. And whether you admit it or not, we all have songs for almost every event of our lives. […]

Australian Local TV News Even Worse Than US

A month or so ago we shared a video of KTLA weather person Liberte Chan being handed a shawl to cover up on air because her outfit was “too revealing” according to emailers into the station. We, or I should say I, railed against this made for TV moment as being sensationalized, over-blown, sexist and […]

Survival Guide for Coachella Music and Arts Festival

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is like deja vu all over again, as the late, great Yogi Berra would have said. This year, it begins with a 3-day festival at the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California from the 15th to the 17th of April. Then, because it’s always so much fun, it repeats itself the […]

Remembering the Best of 2015 Through 506 Viral Videos

End of the year lists and video tributes are the backbone of December television and digital programming, but are also one of the biggest pains to produce and edit. In the above video, director, editor and actor Luc Bergeron strung together 506 viral videos from 2015 into a glorious 21 minute ode to the year […]

The Best Movies of 2015 and the Best Editing All in One

If you were tasked with the assignment of creating a piece of content highlighting the top movies of the year 2015 – how would you do it? The easy answer is the ever popular listicle. The headlines would create themselves – “The Best Movies of 2015 That You’ll Hate Yourself if you Don’t Watch Today” […]

16 Ways to be Just Another Mediocre Job Seeker

You’ve been a job seeker for months, tried various tactics, read industry blogs, had some interviews…but nothing good has happened in some time. Chances are, you’re mediocre. You haven’t made yourself good enough to be hired, but you also aren’t bad enough to be completely ignored. If you are offended by that statement, I’m sorry, […]