Wednesday morning left both the electoral map and Republican politicians feeling a little blue, yet there was another group in need of collective introspection: political journalists, commentators and pundits.
A preview of the European Football Championship quarterfinal between Greece and Germany.
The two words that political leaders, have resorted to in the wake of the riots that have spread throughout England since unrest in Tottenham last Saturday night, are “simple” and “criminality”. However, none of these crimes is simple.
What is more remarkable than the accuracy of the predictions made by Paul the Octopus was the absence of compelling onfield stories and game play that allowed for Paul to become the major story of the World Cup.
The Eurovision Song Contest has the unparalleled capacity to make that skeleton of nationalism a little less scary – by putting it into a camp costume and acoustically accompanying it with pop music
Rarely has television fiction been replicated and superseded by actual events as drastically as in Wednesday’s meeting of UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown with Rochdale-based pensioner Gillian Duffy.
Olympic winter games are a rudiment of a bygone modern era of (television) culture. Whereas summer games have adopted to changing viewing habits, Winter Olympics have essentially remained fifteen ways of sliding.