Tag: TV

Vacation = TV Overload!

As we integrate back into the rigorous schedule of the High School student, tales of February break are circulating around the student body. Though a few lucky peers were able to venture to tropical climates, most were left high and…

CC News: “Extreme Fun.”

At CC we have our own newspaper; we have our own radio station; and we will soon have our own news channel. Concord-Carlisle Television (CCTV), a nonprofit organization headquartered in the I building that plays on Channel 99 and at…

Get Excited for Marvel’s Agents of Shield

Before you read this article, I have a survey for you. 1. Do you consider yourself a fan of either comic books, or movies based on comic books, or “geek culture” in general? If you answered “no” to that question,…

Why watch football?

  After spending a weekend of watching game upon game of professional divisional playoff football, I asked myself this one simple question: why watch? Why watch 200 or 300 pound grown men hit each other for three hours? This question…

Moments from the 63rd annual Emmys

On September 19th, 2011, many stars gathered to celebrate the 63rd annual Emmys.  The show, hosted by hilarious comedian and actress Jane Lynch, honors many celebrities for their outstanding work and performances within the TV industry. Throughout the show, audience members were…

First TV broadcasts of Student News

As people are getting settled into the new school year, many students are slowly noticing the absence of the daily announcements. But soon, instead of announcements, there will be a new medium of communicating student information. Hopefully  near the end…

2010: The Best and Worst in Media

2010 was a good year for me personally, but that’s not what I write about.  I write about media, and now I’m going to give you my favorite and least favorite media over the late 2010. It’s hard to decide…

A (Somewhat) In-Depth Guide to the Fall TV Season

Every year there is a lot of what could politely be referred to as “bad” television, both in new shows and returning shows.  As a result, I attempt here to provide a guide, network-by-network, of what’s good and what’s bad…