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Steve Scully: The most patient man on TV faces his greatest challenge

John Oliver has found Steve Scully to be “the most patient man on television.” I was a promo producer at C-SPAN and worked with Steve for five years. I think he’s been there nearly 30 years. He’s C-SPAN’s political editor and senior executive producer. He was president of the White House Correspondents’ Association from 2006 […]

‘Portraits of Faith’ artist profiles is most popular NET show

CONTACT: Terence Donnellan Producer & Host: Portraits of Faith (718) 499-9705, ext. 209 or  tdonnellan@desalesmedia.org BROOKLYN – October 30, 2013 – Since Portraits of Faith debuted August 1 on New Evangelization Television (NET), it has become NET TV’s most popular show on its website. Produced, directed and hosted by Terence Donnellan and executive produced by […]

Steve Martin: ‘Atheists Don’t Have No Songs’

Ain’t it the truth? Enjoy … and click here to get the song.

Is Jerry Seinfeld pro-life?

I’ve been taking a break from TV, but had a craving for it the other night. So, I did a quick internet search and found Jerry Seinfeld’s series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Who knew? A few other people, it seems. Spare yourself the episode with Bob Einstein, he’s a creep. This is my favorite, […]

Julie Borowski slams Obama’s sexist ad

In keeping with its degrading sexist/abortion agenda, the Obama/Biden campaign hired an actress from some trashy TV show to urge young women to lose their integrity – their voting virginity – to Obama. But Julie Borowski slaps them down…

Pinocchio campaigns for Obama

Screenwriter and comedy producer Myrna Sokoloff has teamed up with Bob Arvin and Jeff Holder of Politizoid.com on the following spot. Myrna told me she’ll be writing more political spots before Election Day. See more about Myrna and her work with David Zucker on their Michael Moore spoof in The woman behind ‘An American Carol’

Exercise for people over 40

Begin by standing on a flat comfortable surface, where you have plenty of room at each side.

The woman behind ‘An American Carol’

By Anita Crane Published 10/3/2008 12:08:42 AM If you couldn’t stomach the thought of seeing Robert Redford’s Lions for Lambs or Brian De Palma’s Redacted, consider treating yourself to An American Carol, which opens in movie theaters today. This gutsy satire by David Zucker challenges Michael Moore, Rosie O’Donnell, Barack Obama, the ACLU, the Recreate […]

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