Throwback Tunes: The Alan Parsons Project – Sirius

Throwback Tunes is a special segment on BoomPopMedia where we will take a look at a classic song of some kind. Classic is defined loosely and is pretty much just Continue Reading →

TV still the top source of news, but for how long?

The Gallup organization (yes, the same Gallup that predicted a 7-point Romney win last year) is out with some new numbers on where Americans get their news. I talked a Continue Reading →

Rough Second Quarter for MSNBC

The ratings are out for the three cable news networks’ performance in the second quarter of 2013. And the news was not great for MSNBC. The liberal-leaning network had been Continue Reading →

Paula Deen Deserves Forgiveness

Just five days after cancelling a no-holds-barred live interview with the Today show’s Matt Lauer, television chef and businesswoman Paula Deen finally sat down for the interview Wednesday morning that Continue Reading →

Daytime Emmy Review… or Two and a Half Hours This Writer Wishes He Had Back

The editors of BoomPopMedia had better appreciate this one. I realize I volunteered for this assignment for what I thought were two good reasons. First, I didn’t think anyone else Continue Reading →

Where There Was Sorrow, There is Now Hope: A Progressive’s Story of Finding Hope in “The Newsroom” (A Satire)

November 3, 2010 – the darkest of days. Republicans, propelled by the Astroturf movement known as the “Tea Party”, unseat a large number of Democrats. Ostensibly, these Democrats were not Continue Reading →