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HBO’s New Comedy Is Political Loser

  HBO’s newest comedy, “VEEP,” is pretty much horse bleep. Except the bleeps aren’t bleeped. The fictional incompetent vice president of the United States, Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), has a pretty foul mouth along with most members of her equally job-challenged staff. Julia Louis-Dreyfus Created ...
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Top of Newscast Salutes to Clark Deserved

  A close friend and I debated whether the death of Dick Clark deserved to be the top story on Wednesday evening’s network newscasts. He wasn’t so sure it deserved to be as we watched the Clark story lead the “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams” over the latest in the Secret Service Scandal. I ...
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Murphy’s WGR Show Expected to Start in July

It looks like John Murphy’s WGR radio show featuring the Buffalo Bills will premiere around the time the National Football League team heads to training camp in July. That’s the word from Tim Wenger, the operations manager for WGR and other Entercom Communications stations in Western New York. “It ...
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The News Suspends Sports Reporter

  The Buffalo News ran another promotional story this morning with the headline “News draft coverage a top pick” that mentions its “deep roster” of sports reporters and columnists who will be involved in the coverage of the upcoming NFL Draft. Rodney McKissic, who has been covering ...
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The Boss Is Back; Wallace Special Hits Right Notes

This is what I’m thinking: Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen fan alert. If you haven’t had enough of the Boss after Friday’s concert, tune in tonight or set your DVRs to “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on Channel 2. The show is repeating the late February appearance of Springsteen ...
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HBO’s “Girls” Is More Honest Than Funny

"Girls "creator Lena Dunham and executive producer Judd Apatow Girls, girls, girls. They are everywhere on TV this season, with varying degrees of success and realism. CBS has “Two Broke Girls,” Fox has “New Girl” and ABC has “Don’t Trust The B- in Apt. 23.” Now HBO gets into ...
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Cooper Reacts to “Stupid” Overreaction

Buffalo native Diane English   I think he was talking about Dyngus Day, but maybe he was talking about his own behavior. I hope nobody is offended, although I can see “Y” they would be. The entire ridiculous bit made me laugh almost as loudly as Cooper. Those were the words I wrote Wednesday after ...
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Dyngus Day Makes Cooper’s RidicuList

Anderson Cooper: Laughs Himself Silly There is nothing like going to bed after laughing yourself silly or watching someone else doing the same thing. Which brings me to the end of Anderson Cooper’s CNN program Tuesday night. Cooper ended the show with something he calls “the RidicuList.” It deals ...
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Like Wallace, Eulogies Are Honest and Complex

Mike Wallace: One of a Kind   As I said Monday, just about everything about broadcasting legend Mike Wallace will have been said or written by the time “60 Minutes” gets around to its celebration of his life on this Sunday’s edition of the CBS program. Sure enough, there were Morley Safer ...
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Lauer, Seacrest Engage in False Suspense

This is what I’m thinking: Ryan Seacrest: Joining NBC's Olympic Team It was kind of strange to see NBC’s Matt Lauer interview Ryan Seacrest Wednesday on “Today” about the rumors that Seacrest might eventually replace him. It was all in good fun, but Lauer knew he was dishing out some ...
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