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Reality Shows Trump Fiction Showing What Businessmen Are Like

With the entertainment industry pumping out a different crop of reality shows every season, a new phenomenon had occurred. Business, success, and making money are suddenly portrayed positively. ...

Hollywood's Shocking Truth

Celebrities Boost Their Fame through Shock Factor

Commentary: Exposing the Hollywood 'Clique'

Tinseltown Executives Admit Liberal Bias

Catfighting 'Uber-Divas' Get a Reality Show

N Network's Queen Bees features mean girls in need of a personality makeover -- and makes poor character the focus of entertainment.

Tila Success Inspires More Trash TV

Second 'Shot at Love,' plus a new spin-off, a transgender dating show, and an attempt by Cher to capitalize on daughter's lesbianism are in the works.

What Children Watch

Bad Company

For American Businessmen, Primetime is Crimetime

Sweet Sixteen, Buried In Greed

Hit Job: Executive Summary

Networks Emphasize Layoffs In A Year of 2 Million New Jobs

Trade Secrets

Lou Dobbs Tonight Hides Good News Behind Negative View of Free Market
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