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Magazine articles on television shows, trends, actors, and actresses.
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November 2008
Tim Sohn
Take No. 1,472 The author describes his first TV assignment for The Travel Channel, in which he traveled to New Guinea to investigate a deadly mystery and swim with sharks, crocodiles, and snakes. Which was a lot less scary than getting in front of the camera. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 12, 2008
Kate Schweitzer
Scientists Say Fringe Parasites are Far From Realistic Is the wormlike parasite seen in last week's episode of the popular TV show Fringe a true possibility? Scientists weigh in on the question. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
November 2008
Gillespie & Welch
30 Years of Dallas The TV show that won the Cold War mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
October 30, 2008
Erik Qualman
Trick or Tweet for CNN Social media is revolutionary. It allows CNN anchor Rick Sanchez to have a relationship with 30,000 people, and make a connection with them that can translate to other media. mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
October 27, 2008
Jack Yan
Femi Emiola, an angel in Los Angeles American actress Femi Emiola, who was introduced to Lucire readers in a campaign for Toyota, talks about her life growing up in the Philippines and Nigeria, her work on US TV including The Practice, and the New Zealand connection in her wedding vows. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 22, 2008
Kate Schweitzer
On Fringe, Radioactivity is Real, But Cures are Junk Science Radiation experts give their opinion on the mad science of this television show. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Fast Company
November 2008
TV on the Web: What Works and What Doesn't Seth MacFarlane's "Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy" joins a mixed bag of other attempts at original cybershows. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 15, 2008
Kate Schweitzer
Scientists Debunk Personal Electromagnetic Fields on Fringe This week's episode of Fringe, Power Hungry, was full of high-voltage twists and turns. From the electromagnetic fields of humans to GPS-enabled birds. Here's a look at what is fiction and what is true science. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
October 2008
Philip Winchester
What About Mary Ann? NBC is bringing the original desert-island castaway to television. Crusoe features a ship-wrecked Brit who learns to live off the land while warding off pirates and cannibals. mark for My Articles
Popular Mechanics
October 1, 2008
Erin McCarthy
MythBuster, Eco-Legend and More TV Know-It-Alls Test PM Skills How television celebrities Chris Grundy, Dave Salmoni, Adam Savage, and Paul Watson stack up on the do-it-yourself skills quiz. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
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