Lighten up. The depiction of smoking in Herman Cain's political commercial hardly signals the irreversible breakdown of a campaign or the decline of western civilization. Published October 29 2011
So far over two dozen new or returning TV shows have been cancelled. Is your favorite next to go? Published October 16 2011
Like so much of history, Steve Jobs' and Apple’s TV commercial "1984" has become the stuff of half-truths and mistruths. Published October 7 2011
The King of Pop has a new title: The King of Apps. Could Michael Jackson's death and the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray end up being the savior of the TV news industry? Published October 3 2011
Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR, is President of the Falcon Valley Group, a San Diego based public relations consulting firm. Falkenthal worked as an award winning broadcast editor, producer and talk host before launching a second career as a communications consultant ...Read More
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