Press 2012

New York Times: Newtown Massacre Changes Plans at Movie and TV Studios, by Brooks Barnes and Bill Carter, December 19, 2012 Mackinnon Advises TV Drama on Nerve Injuries, by Elizabethe Holland Durando, November 28, 2012

Los Angeles Times: Huell Howser Quietly Retires from Public TV’s ‘California’s Gold’, by Scott Collins, November 28, 2012

Los Angeles Times: Looking for Political Meanings in Films During Election Time, by Scott Collins, Ben Fritz and Rebecca Keegan, October 30, 2012

New York Times: It’s A Real Slice of History, Meathead, by Neil Genzlinger, October 26, 2012

Los Angeles Times: Bill Maher, TV’s Pugnacious Pundit in Chief, by Greg Braxton, October 21, 2012

Variety: Fox News Apologizes for Suicide Telecast, by AJ Marechal, September 28, 2012

Reuters: Eastwood, Empty Chair Hijack Republican Media Coverage, by Jill Serjeant and Piya Sinha-Roy, August 31, 2012

New York Daily News: Clint Eastwood’s Debate with Empty Chair “Unique,” Ann Romney Says, by Tracy Connor, August 31, 2012

ARD German National Public Radio: New Media and the Future of Television, Johanna Blakley interviewed by Jan Tussing, July 10, 2012

Los Angeles Magazine: God and Coffee: Los Angeles Magazine’s Breakfast Conversation on Faith in Entertainment, by Shayna Rose Arnold, June 27, 2012

Neon Tommy: Facebook Goes Public, by Sarah Ledesma, May 18, 2012

Jakarta Globe: Fashion Confusion: Plagiarism or Inspiration? by Dian Kuswandini, May 1, 2012

New York Times: Seacrest Assembles TV Empire, by Brian Stelter, April 30, 2012

Digital Journal: How Are Drugs Portrayed in Prime Time?  by Tim O’Brien, April 19, 2012

Barcelona Media Newsletter: The Transformation of the Content Industry, March 2012

Los Angeles Times: Parents Television Council Study: Anatomy of a Trend, by T.L.Stanley, March 21, 2012

Los Angeles Times: Video on Ugandan Militia Leader Joseph Kony Sparks an Uproar, by Christopher Goffard, March 8, 2012

Orlando Sentinel: Disney Announces Debut Date of Its New Disney Junior Channel, by Steven Ford, January 9, 2012

Variety: The Politics of Pop Culture, by Ted Johnson, January 7, 2012