The late Everett Parker helped alter the television industry's guiding ethic.
Loveable bears, deer, and such would "like to snuggle under the [Keystone XL] pipeline [for] warmth," conservative pundit Larry Kudlow fantasized on TV.
From HBO's "Girls" to CNN's coverage of the Steubenville case, it's time for people to start talking about rape in a more productive way.
TV stations should say, "we're sick of gross political ads, too, and we're going to hire reporters with our election-year ad windfall."
The commercial broadcast media is threatening the most important act in a democracy: voting.