And when journalists decide that an idea is neither deviant nor agreed-upon, but rather up for debate, the television coverage inevitably becomes lazy: Producers book one talking head who takes one side, book another talking head who takes the other side, and then let them yell at each other for a few minutes. “Both sides” get air time but that’s about it. People might be entertained but the public isn’t really served by it. … [Read more...] about Why Is It So Hard for the TV News to Say ‘Gay’?
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Brightburn (2019) ★★ Elizabeth Banks, David Denman. A couple’s prayers are seemingly answered when an object crash-lands to Earth carrying a life-form that looks like a baby boy. As the years pass and the alien grows older, it starts to use its mysterious powers in sinister and destructive ways. (R) 1 hr. 31 mins. Starz Fri. 4:16 p.m. Starz Sun. 5:04 a.m. … [Read more...] about Movies on TV this week: Sunday, Mar. 1: ‘Seven Days in May’ on TCM and more
The Warriors also will unveil a reshaped team, given the departures of Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson’s torn ACL. Curry and Draymond Green are the only members of the now-defunct “Hamptons Five” slated to start the season in the lineup. … [Read more...] about Warriors replace Jim Barnett with Kelenna Azubuike as TV color analyst
“I think there’s a great symbiosis between women and the LGBT community, particularly gay men,” Designing Women creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason says. “They’ve both been marginalized by society, so it was so easy for me to just put all those male voices I loved into the women. Now they’re speaking and have their own names. So I think once the LGBTQ community knew that we were on their side, every speech that was made on Designing Women, no matter what it was about, was a liberal diatribe against bigotry, prejudice—and they felt kinship with us.” … [Read more...] about ‘Visible: Out on Television’: The Entire History of Gay TV, As Told By the Gays Themselves
Play-by-play announcer Leah Hextall, game analyst Cassie Campbell-Pascall and reporter Christine Simpson will work the March 8 game in Calgary on Sportsnet, a group of Canadian regional sports networks. The game caps the network’s week of programming recognizing International Women’s Day. … [Read more...] about All-Female TV Crew in Canada to Work Vegas-Calgary NHL Game