MediabistroTV recently talked to Clyde Phillips, bestselling crime novelist and current showrunner for Nurse Jackie. He shares some advice for aspiring writers, and tells why novel writing is not that different from TV writing:
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The above is an office used by a big name in media. Can you figure out who it is? Does the desk give it away? Maybe the chairs? Below the secret is revealed! Oh c’mon, click through. It’s Friday, you know you don’t feel like thinking.
The ABC complex on Manhattan’s upper west side is home to ABC News, “Live! with Kelly,” and local New York station WABC. Diane Sawyer also makes a cameo in the video (as do her dozens of Emmys).
In the latest episode of mediabistroTV’s “My First Big Break,” Fox News anchor Shepard Smith recalls how he got noticed working as a local reporter in Orlando. The story involves puppies, explosions, and Mel Gibson.
When Travel Channel star Adam Richman stopped by recently to shoot a “Media Beat” interview, we asked him to stay and make his all-time favorite sandwich. The result is about what you’d expect from the host of “Man v Food” and “Best Sandwich in America”: an unruly mix of ingredients, including potato chips, bacon, and a fried egg, piled high on crusty bread.
“Veep,” which stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the U.S.’s flustered second-in-command, includes a character whose “Beltway Butcher” nickname is an homage to Rich’s reputation as the “Butcher of Broadway” during his time as chief theater critic for The New York Times (video below).
In this episode of “Cubes,” we take a behind-the-scenes tour of Hearst Tower, home to the likes of Esquire, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, and Elle. The LEED-certified building contains an exclusive health club, a top-secret app lab, and a dining room that has hosted several U.S. presidents, among many other amazing features.