1949 TV commercial from Camel cigarettes.
Published on Mar 24, 2012 by WatchMojo
“People want to be told what to do so badly, that they’ll listen to anyone.” Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we explore the TV series Mad Men.
From LiquidGeneration. Can provoke a good debate. Is it racist simply to depict a particular ethnic group?
Being proved innocent in court can pale into insignificance in America, especially when a guilty verdict is already at large in the media.
Even in the wild world of recreational drug use, sometimes the real thing just isn’t enough. Sometimes writers need to imagine a narcotic with new effects–or new combinations of effects–to suit their needs. In this week’s Inventory, we explore Glint, Spank, and Melange.
In the future there will be a lot of shows like Cheaters, but at least this one has a surpise guest appearance and a twist ending that doesn’t involve someone caught having sex with someone on camera!
Do you care about the Royal Wedding? Neither do we! RT is mourning the media madness of this culture-clutching calamity by forgoing the expected coverage route and offering you this instead.
Russia Today then proceeds to cover the royal wedding, but cynically.
Royal Wedding madness grips DC
‘Twas the morning of the Royal Wedding and all through DC, hundreds and hundreds sat glued to TV. Americans threw their hearts—and hats—into the British Monarchy in Washington this morning for the marriage of Kate Middleton and Prince William, scooping up memorabilia, fêting the royals and dropping serious money to recreate the royal wedding for themselves.
Royal Wedding: Tuning in to get away
According to Nielsen, over a quarter of all Americans have been following coverage of the Royal Wedding. What about overseas? Hardly. America’s fascination with Harry and Kate has outshined interest in both the UK and Australia. Why is this the case? Georgetown University Professor Chris Chambers says that this ratings builder is being capitalized on by mainstream media as outlets everywhere market a distraction that Americans are gladly eating up.
12,000 journalists cover Royal Wedding freakshow
As many Americans eat up the Royal Wedding, those on the other side of the spectrum are left wondering why? Author Mark Oppenheimer weighs in on the media blitz surrounding Harry and Kate’s sideshow nuptials, and how commemorative cupcakes are just a sampling of America’s outrageous overindulgence.