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<b>FiTV:</b> Ratings (fools) gold

FiTV: Ratings (fools) gold

Recently, Stephen Colbert hosted the 69th Annual Emmy Awards. As expected, his opening monologue skewered the president.
<b>FiTV:</b> TV's new fall season is here

FiTV: TV's new fall season is here

Every fall, Hollywood tries to capture our curiosity with new and intriguing stories for television.
FiTV: Litigation and a giant squirrel

FiTV: Litigation and a giant squirrel

Robert Murray, CEO of Murray Energy Corporation takes his mining company and his reputation very, very seriously.
FiTV: America's got...heart

FiTV: America's got...heart

Television’s reality competitions and their contestants have long understood that the best way to gain notoriety and audience appeal is a good backstory. Check that: a good sob-story.
FiTV: The double (trouble) standard

FiTV: The double (trouble) standard

During James Comey’s recent televised testimony, Senator John McCain asked about a double standard regarding the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email and the Russia election tampering.
FiTV: A whole new world of dance

FiTV: A whole new world of dance

Every summer, I look forward to the return of So You Think You Can Dance. I love to see the different styles and the choreography that comes out of the show. Not to mention the talent.
FiTV: The resounding thud of the reboot

FiTV: The resounding thud of the reboot

Recently, I was clearing out an old cabinet full of audio cassettes and CD’s. It’s was like a time capsule of my past, each song bringing back a memory. Television networks love our sense of nostalgia.
FITV: Last Man no longer Standing

FITV: Last Man no longer Standing

The networks have presented their new fall schedules, causing shock and awe among fans of one Friday night comedy: Last Man Standing.
Fair or foul play?

Fair or foul play?

Competing under the bright lights of reality television
Game show nostalgia

Game show nostalgia

Sunday night, ABC opened up the time capsule to pull out two classic game shows to reboot for 2016. While this may seem like an easy ratings plan for summer, it’s hard to reproduce that kind of magic and nostalgia.