Where do we begin? Just take a look: CLICK FOR ORIGINAL STORY WHAS11 is claiming that ticket prices for Alison Grimes’ fundraiser featuring Bill Clinton are “soaring.” And Doug Proffitt goes on to portray the $5,200 top ticket price as out of the ordinary. It’s not – it’s the maximum amount you can contribute in [...]
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February 14th, 2014 · 1 Comment
January 30th, 2014 · 2 Comments
How on earth can a legitimate news organization run claims like these without comment from the guy or an attorney? Remember, this station prides itself on journalistic integrity. They’re not from court documents, aren’t backed up by any police records that we can find, come from some guy who claims to have met him on [...]
December 30th, 2013 · 3 Comments
It’s tale of two Louisville shopping districts: one seeing a last minute frenzy, the other lackluster sales. The reason(s) everyone but the folks in television and at the newspaper admit: Jerry Abramson and Cordish. [WDRB] Louisville International Airport is nearing completion of two taxiway projects that airport officials say will make it easier and safer [...]
November 26th, 2013 · Comments Off
We hear Barry Bernson’s working on a documentary about Kentucky history that’s set to air on KET sometime in 2014. According to him, it’s a one-hour piece, in “Bernson’s Corner” style, that is written, produced and hosted by him. Should be good stuff! It’s titled “A History of Kentucky in 25 Objects” and production is [...]
October 28th, 2013 · 7 Comments
So this is a thing? There needs to be an “official” station for regurgitating Ohio River Bridges Debacle press releases? No wonder WHAS11 folks are bitter these days. This kind of crap and the new ND pushing actual journalists to cover hyped up nonsense.
July 30th, 2013 · 1 Comment
If you aren’t watching the circus that is Barbara Shanklin and her attorney at Metro Council Court? You’re missing out! Can’t believe taxpayer dollars are funding this. Seriously – turn on Metro TV.
May 22nd, 2013 · 4 Comments
More than two dozen buildings in both Louisville and southern Indiana still have to be demolished or moved to make way for the new downtown bridge. [WDRB] An alternative census estimate shows that more of America’s seniors than originally thought are living in poverty — and that means the poverty rate could spike under certain [...]
May 10th, 2013 · 1 Comment
Does Kentucky’s new Religious Freedom Act really protect religion, or does it potentially cause discrimination? The issue is still raging weeks after the bill became law. Hint for WDRB: No, the debate isn’t still raging. There’s no additional religious protection but there is the ability to discriminate, thanks to the bill. [WDRB] The city and [...]
January 23rd, 2013 · 6 Comments
You ever read or hear an editor or teevee station manager “editorial” and roll your eyes so hard they hurt? Here’s another one! It’s from Ken Selvaggi of WAVE3. It’s a love fest of Greg Fischer and things that are horribly exaggerated or don’t matter to locals and people who actually pay attention to what’s [...]
December 6th, 2012 · Comments Off
John Yarmuth continued his media tour yesterday to discuss passing the middle class tax cuts: