The New York Times ran an in-depth piece on the trials and tribulations of a struggling “Today Show,” outlining the bungled dismissal of Ann Curry as a symptom of a much greater problem on set. Read More
Matt Lauer appears to be publicly admitting that “Today” is in trouble. NBC’s overall ratings are crap, but its morning show is behind its arch rival, “Good MoringAmerica,” despite Lauer being the highest-paid personality on TV. Read More
TLC’s breakout reality-TV hit “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” may exemplify Mitt Romney’s 47 percent, but the self-admitted “redneck family” is inching ever closer to being in the 1 percent. Read More
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was interviewed on the Today Show this morning, and invariably he was asked about his ability to use technology.
"My three-year-old grandson was teaching me how to use an iPad the other day. To play games. “Angry Birds” or something like that." Cheney answered. Ding! The media bestows on you one point for digital ability! Read More
At 100 years old, San Mateo resident and former teacher Irene Hudson zips through writing thank-you notes and stuffing envelopes as a volunteer for the nonprofit Samaritan House. As she passed the century mark Dec. 2, she was honored by the nonprofit and Assemblyman Jerry Hill, and has been told she will be on a future “Today” show. Read More