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Posts Tagged ‘Veep’

What’s the PR Value of an Emmy Award?

Here we present one of the very few memorable moments of the 2012 Emmy Awards, a ceremony that managed to be incredibly boring despite celebrating the work of some of America’s most talented entertainers.

We love this clip for several reasons. It’s always encouraging to watch a well-known actor practice the art of humility, and while we have great respect for Julia Louis-Dreyfus (and we did enjoy “Veep” at times), we have to agree that Amy Poehler just got robbed again. And this all begs the question: What’s an Emmy worth, anyway?

Everyone likes to receive official recognition for their work–especially when it happens in front of a group of their peers.

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Presentation Writing: Design and Delivery

Presentation Writing: Design and DeliveryLearn how to use storytelling techniques and visual content to create and deliver successful pitches and presentations! Starting August 6, Amanda Pacitti, the manager of learning at Time Inc., will teach you the best practices for presentations, from using software like Prezi and Powerpoint, to writing your script, and using images, audio, and video to drive your points. Register now! 

New York Mag’s Frank Rich Talks About the ‘Comedy, Satire, and Farce’ Behind HBO’s Veep

In the first of our three-part part Media Beat interview with New York writer-at-large Frank Rich, we talk about his new HBO program Veep, how he first came in contact with Veep creator Armando Iannucci, and how he feels about being the inspiration for a character on the program dubbed “The Beltway Butcher.”

“I think comedy, satire, and farce, which is also a little bit of Veep, heightens everything,” Rich says.

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Part 2: As a Columnist, Frank Rich ‘Tunes Out’ the Praise and the Criticism
Part 3: Frank Rich on the ‘Great Theater’ of Politics and Pop Culture