Much of New Jersey showed its support for Florida while it was beset by Hurricane Irma Saturday and Sunday, including Gov. Chris Christie. Everyone in NJ understands how Floridians feel tonight. We have sent NJSP, NJ Nat’l Guard & NJ utility men. We stand with you today & always — Governor Christie (@GovChristie) September 10, 2017… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: September 10th, 2017 | Author: admin | Filed under: Media, News, Social Media | Tags: Florida, Hurricane Irma, New Jersey | 1 Comment »
Ken Kurson has resigned as Editor-in-Chief of Observer, according to multiple published reports.
Described as a close friend of Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor who owned Observer prior Trump’s inauguration, Kurson was publisher since 2013. During his tenure, Observer dropped “New York” from its title, becoming an online only publication. Kurson merged PolitickerNJ, another Kushner property into Observer.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Media, New Jersey, News | Tags: Jared Kushner, Ken Kurson, New Jersey, Observer, Politickernj | 2 Comments »
Fox News has officially cut ties with its biggest prime time star, Bill O’Reilly, following sexual harassment claims lodged against him. “After a thorough and careful review of the allegations, the Company and Bill O’Reilly have agreed that Bill O’Reilly will not be returning to the Fox News Channel,” 21st Century Fox said in a statement.… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: April 19th, 2017 | Author: admin | Filed under: Media | Tags: Bill O'Reilly, FoxNews, Media, sexual harassment | 5 Comments »
This morning (March 2nd 2016) people in the shore area in the central part of New Jersey woke up to an editorial in the Asbury Park Press, the only daily newspaper that serves two large counties, viciously attacking Governor Christie and demanding his resignation.
“Wow” the people of Monmouth and Ocean counties must have thought. “This editorial staff must have really put a great deal of independent thought into this, to be this hard on the Governor,” they must have thought.admin | Filed under: Asbury Park Press, Chris Christie, Media, NJ Media, Tommy DeSeno | Tags: Asbury Park Press, Chris Christie, Courier Post, Daily Record, Gannett, Media, Monmouth County News, NJ Media, Opinion, Tom DeSeno, Tommy DeSeno, USA Today, USAToday | 7 Comments »
After months of internal investigation into the “NBC Nightly News” anchor’s work, Brian Williams will stay at NBC, according to a CNN report. When his suspension from the network ends in August, Williams will take on a new role, the report says, citing sources with knowledge of the decision. The specifics of that job are not… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: June 18th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Media, News | Tags: Brian Williams, MSNBC, NBC | 3 Comments »
“I never thought I’d see so much of your anatomy” –The Camel Toe Movie
By Art Gallagher
Respected columnists on both the left and right have come to Governor Chris Christie’s defense against the viral social and new media reaction to the ridiculously embarrassing photos of Christie in a way too tight softball uniform last week.
Star Ledger sports columnist Steve Politi writes that we should give Christie credit for not being ashamed of his body and applaud him for putting on the skin tight uniform that revealed both girth and a lack thereof and getting on the field to raise money for a very good cause–the families of slain New York City police officers. Politi noted that he was fat in high school and that he’s covered high school sports. Therefore, he argued, we should not ridicule Christie because fat kids might stop participating in sports.
A Star Ledger editorial, presumably written by Editorial Page Editor Tom Moran who launched Christie’s YouTube career when he lectured to Governor on his manners, lectures his readers for acting like fifth graders, asks if we’d tolerate such nastiness if a female politician dressed like Christie did last week, and like Politi, asked if it would have been better if Christie had not taken the field in his tight white pants, as if Christie did not have another choice. Moran, if he wrote the editorial, did not mention if he has ever been fat.
Ken Kurson, publisher of The Observer and a friend to many MMM regular readers, writes that he used to be fat and probably will be again while dubbing the social and new media’s reaction to the Governor’s appearance as “Disgraceful and Stupid Fat Shaming.”Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2016 Presidential Politics, Chris Christie, Media, Opinion, Social Media | Tags: 2016 Presidential politics, Art Gallagher, Camel Toe, Chris Christie, Chris Christie white shorts, Chris Christie's baseball pants, Christie baseball pants, Christie white shorts, Ken Kurson, Moose Knuckle, Opinion, Star Ledger, Steve Politi, The Observer, Tom Moran | 1 Comment »
By Art Gallagher
In a report about Jersey City Police Officer Melvin Santiago’s murder, Bergin went off script and closed the segment by saying, “The underlying cause of all of this, of course: Young black men growing up without fathers. Unfortunately, no one in the news media has the courage to touch that subject.”
News12 executives responded by proving Bergin’s point about the spineless media. They suspended him and then offered him a one day a week job, for $300 per week, covering fluff like broken fire hydrants or other inane subjects. They covered their asses by saying the discipline was for breaking company policy. Bergin turned them down and quit.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Media, News, NJ Media | Tags: Jersey City Police Officer Melvin Santiago, News12, Sean Bergin | 15 Comments »
During Sandy, Bob “Weatherman” Burger kept people informed. | Courtesy Bob Burger October 29, 2012 — call it “the night the lights went out in Jersey,” literally. That’s when Superstorm Sandy roared up the East Coast as a hurricane, made…
admin | Filed under: Hurricane Sandy, Media, Social Media, Superstorm Sandy | Tags: Bob "Weatherman" Burger, Citizen Journalism, Jersey Shore Hurricane News, Justin Auciello, Superstorm Sandy | 2 Comments »