Press 2012

New York Times: Newtown Massacre Changes Plans at Movie and TV Studios, by Brooks Barnes and Bill Carter, December 19, 2012

HealthCanal.com: 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