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Cinema 15 to show student-selected films

Lauren Cuervo

January 20, 2011

To help start off the spring semester, the Residence Hall Association is introducing its very own television channel. Cinema 15 will show movies chosen by students each month. Different selections will run throughout the day a...

TCF class holds auditions for television pilot

Lauren Braun

September 21, 2010

Last year, a new course was added in the department of telecommunication and film, TCF 451: Advanced Television Production. The class is designed to give upper-level students in the College of Communications and Information Sc...

Internet killed the television star

Sean Randall

July 29, 2010

Raise your hand if you consider yourself a television watcher. My guess is not a lot of hands went up. The first reason is probably that raising your hand because of something you’re reading might look weird to the passerby....

Writer talks “Family Guy,” social satire

Drew Taylor

April 22, 2010

When he was young, Andrew Goldberg would write stories as a way to calm down and collect his thoughts during school, where he described himself as “the class clown.” Now, Goldberg is a staff writer on the animated Fox sitco...

Neil Gaiman: A Primer

Avery Dame

February 18, 2010

Neil Gaiman has worked in many different mediums, from film to comics. Here’s a primer on some of Gaiman’s most well-known and significant works. “The Sandman” (comic series, 1989-1996) - Widely considered a modern co...

Some Super Bowl commercials generate controversy

Jamie Lyons

February 4, 2010

Nearly 100 million Americans will tune in to see the Super Bowl this Sunday on CBS, according to the network. Every year, companies spend huge sums of money to air their best and most creative commercials during the event. Ho...

Do Super Bowl ads actually sell products?

Bryan Bofill

February 4, 2010

There’s a lot more to the Super Bowl than watching football, drinking beer, eating chips and being with friends. Besides the halftime show, Super Bowl commercials have become a huge staple of the event itself. A good ad c...

The sun sets on MTV’s Jersey Shore tonight

Meghan Hollis

January 21, 2010

The first season of MTV’s fist-pumping, open-shirt-wearing, radically crazy phenomenon is coming to an end tonight in the series finale of the popular show, “Jersey Shore.” MTV has taken viewers to meet eight young adults li...

The Golden Globes have become popularity contest

Peterson Hill

January 21, 2010

I don't watch much TV. The Golden Globes for me have always been, and probably always will be, about film. Of course I was rooting for "Mad Men" and "Entourage," which by my estimations are the best shows on television. But, ...

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