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Just Ask the Question

Posted by Brian Lee on December 1, 2017 in Radio, Television

I’ve been listening to more and more podcasts recently. Here’s something I’ve noticed: Interviewers need to get better at asking questions concisely. For example, they’ll start a question, reword it to provide unnecessary clarification and then throw in an anecdote to provide unnecessary illustration. The interviewee and the audience have long understood the gist of […]

 
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Super Bowl ads: staff opinions

Posted by Brian Lee on February 6, 2017 in Sports, Television

BRIAN: (Frankly, I wish I had turned off the TV after Lady Gaga’s halftime show, just so I could have been spared watching the Falcons’ epic collapse. At least this New York Times article titled “Why Do Fans Excuse the Patriots’ Cheating Past?” made me feel better.) A “Walking Dead” fan, my favorite commercial was of […]

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Super Bowl ads: staff opinions

Posted by Allison Wallner on February 8, 2016 in Sports, Television

BRIAN: Once upon a time, Super Bowl commercials generated buzz by being funny, eliciting emotions or creating a “wow” factor. Nowadays, creativity is rarer to find, and 2016 was no different (see Persil laundry detergent ad for an example of zero creativity). This year, I’ll pick the Toyota Prius car chase as my favorite. Although […]

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