Say It isn’t So, Stephen Colbert

Am I the only one who feels Stephen Colbert might have harmed his career Thursday night? I’m bringing this to your attention because I don’t want you to be fooled by an advertisement that is disguised as an editorial.

Watch the video. After Colbert’s monologue, which was a stinker, he announced that we would not be breaking for the usual commercial. Instead, he took the cameras to Andy Cohen’s dressing room where they proceeded to talk about Andy’s new radio show on Sirius radio.

That conversation was a paid advertisement. CBS can deny it all they want, but I have been working with TV producers who have suggested this type of paid advertisement for a number of my clients.

I don’t know if I am right about the Colbert segment, but I bet the reason why his Thursday monologue was so lousy was because the TV host was busy arguing with the executive producers about doing the phony editorial on his show. He had no time to focus on his opening remarks. He lost the arguments.

In any case, I hope tonight is better. Please CBS, no more phony shows.

Don’t Miss This Performance By Katelyn Ohashi, For The Perfect 10! – UCLA

I have watched this video 10 times and I can’t believe this college student goes beyond previous gymnastic heights, a perfect “10” score. Katelyn Ohashi of U.C.L.A.’s performance was so brilliant that it attracted millions of views on YouTube. I wanted to be sure you got to see it too.

Stephen Colbert’s Tech Segment Silly, But True

Eliot Did It!

Bill Clinton Joined Twitter Last Night

clintonIn less than 24 hours, Bill Clinton has over 300,000 following him on Twitter and he barely sent our four tweets. The guy is just a magnet. The media was all over the story today because everyone is so curious as to what he will say. Continue reading