NBC is one of the longest running broadcasting networks, and the Tonight Show is one of the longest running and one of the first talk shows for both NBC and for TV itself. The historic lineup of Tonight Show hosts include: Steve Allen (1954-57), Jack Paar (1957-1962), Johnny Carson (1962-1992), Jay Leno (1992-2009, 2010-2014), Conan…… Continue reading From TV to Ride?! The Tonight Show Gets A Ride At Universal Studio’s Orlando
Pepsi is in some hot water right now, just a day after releasing their new ad campaign, “Live For Now” featuring Kendall Jenner. It was a 2 minute and 40 second ad that involved Pepsi, Protesting, Cops, and Kendall Jenner, and people did not take it well at all. To summarize the Pepsi Commercial (watch…… Continue reading Not Everything Can Be Solved With A Pepsi….
Netflix is all about talking about issues that “mainstream” tv shows tend to stray away from, because they don’t know how to talk about the issue. Since Netflix is doesn’t have to deal with as many restrictions because it is streamed/is it’s own company, so they are a little more free to talk about issues…… Continue reading The Reasons Why Netflix Talks About The Important Issues
Lilly Singh aka IISuperWomanII, is the “Beyonce of YouTube”. She is an Canadian, with Indian decent, and uses her uniqueness and heritage to make her YouTube channel into a channel you can’t find anywhere else. She does videos on pretty much everything, from scripted skits like, “Types of People Who Watch YouTube” to videos with her…… Continue reading “It’s Your Girl, IISuperWomanII!” Lilly Singh and Her Media Empire
In today’s post, I will be talking about the social media segment that has helped Jimmy Kimmel keep his audience coming back for more. Like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel has a major Twitter and YouTube influence as well. This segment that is part of Jimmy Kimmel Live! is called simply, “Mean Tweets”. Every talk…… Continue reading Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Mean Tweets
In today’s blog post, I am going to talk about another late night talk show host named James Corden, and why one of his segments that he does on his show creates media madness every time a new one is aired on his show, The Late Late Show with James Corden. James Corden, who is orginally…… Continue reading The Carpool Karaoke Phenomenon
Today, I am going to talk about how The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon uses Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter in/for their show, and how I think it has helped with the success of the Tonight Show since Jimmy Fallon took over for Jay Leno in April 2013. Let’s start their incredible presences on social media, by talking…… Continue reading Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show, And Social Media