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Chat with Richard: Aereo Loses Supreme Court Case Against Big Broadcasters

For nearly 18 months, I have been a consumer, fan, and advocate of a service called, Aereo. This past week, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a case, American Broadcasting Company v. Aereo, that Aereo’s service

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This column tri-weekly column, “From Richard’s Oft Cluttered Desk” appears every third Wednesday. Not very often does a television program come along that tells a great story. Sure, a lot of what is written for television is

Movies While You’re Sick

Recently I was sick and spent an entire day on the couch, sleeping and watching movies. That got me thinking: What are the best movies and shows to watch while you’re under the weather? I’ve broken them

Just Another ‘Reality’ Check

Poor American Idol. Poor reality television. Poor mother. Poor us. Television sucks… end of column. Before I go on my tirade that has been building for three months, I must say, I do watch some reality television.