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The Sad Legacy of TV’s 'Friends'

In a blog post, author Jonathan Van Maren writes:

It wasn’t until I was doing the research for my book The Culture War that I began to come across ...

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Being Guided Through Prayer

In the book The Cross and the Switchblade, Pastor David Wilkerson mentions the time he was going through a period of restlessness in his spirit. Although ...


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TV Reporter Diagnosed with Cancer with Viewer’s Help

Victoria Price was working as a reporter for her local NBC affiliate station when she received an urgent suggestion to seek her doctor. But the idea didn’t ...


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Netflix's New Release Ushered in Binge-Viewing

In 2013, Netflix ventured into new television territory by releasing all 13 episodes of their new show “House of Cards.” Even Netflix was ...


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Romantic Comedies Set Us Up for Disappointment

A steady diet of romantic sitcom movies sets us up to be disappointed with the imperfect love of spouses or family.

That's the conclusion lead researcher ...


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The Average American Baby Watches Nearly 3 Hours of TV Daily

Children are spending more time than ever in front of a screen, and it doesn't necessarily bode well for their futures. In 1997, babies and toddlers ...


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How Do We Relax?

How do we relax? Mostly through the escapism offered by movies, TV, and the Internet. 41% enjoy superhero movies (Morning Consult). Almost all of us like ...


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Arizona Man Saves a Life by Recalling Sitcom Scene

Tire shop technician Cross Scott had no idea his routine test drive for a customer would help save a life. During the test drive, Scott encountered another ...


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While You Watch TV, Your TV is Watching You

Your social media accounts are tracking you. Now The New York Timesrecently released an exposÉ on the data mining techniques of another form of technology—smart ...


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Media Exposes Children to 15,330 Violent Acts a Year

In his book, Jeffrey Froh writes that an American child who watches three hours of children's television programming a day will see 4,380 good acts in ...


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