Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Sunday Mornings Are For Males

Not just the football part either.*

In this made-for-Catherine-Hazelton article, the Chron's Joan Ryan discusses a study showing that TV's political talk shows shun women.

The piece also tips us off to SheSource.org, a site that makes it really, really easy for producers to remember the other 51% of the population can both speak and look good on camera too.

The site comes partly from the fine folks at Fenton Communications - who - if memory serves - also have helped out on founding things like Emerge. Good peeps.

*Phoblog loves football. So do many girls. My love of football combined with my mysterious glasses is like spanish fly. Just kidding. Or not.

8 comments:

jbl said...

Girls who like football aren't as cool as girls who like baseball.

cd said...

I love going to baseball games. But I don't love watching them on TV most of the time.

Plus, while I'm in exile here in NorCal, I'm forced to sit through too many Giants and/or As games.

And they both suck.

jbl said...

Oh my god. How dare you blaspheme the A's! Please don't tell me you're an Angels fan. I may have to stop reading your blog.

cd said...

Dude, I grew up in LA in the 80s/90s. Jose Canseco is the devil.

I was a California Angels fan. I was okay with Anaheim. This LAA stuff is bullsh*t, however.

I'm a Dodgers fan, mostly.

jbl said...

Dodgers fan I can mostly live with since I am largely indifferent to the Giants.

The Angels though... I'm convinced that they didn't have any real fans except for maybe Wally Joyner's mom until they made it to the World Series in 2002. I've never seen so many brand new team hats pop up on the heads of a population so fast as I did in the fall of '02.

PS: Jose Canseco is the devil. That's why we traded him to Texas.

Jared said...

CD, I don't think I ever knew you loved football (unless I just forgot about it). It's funny when you can learn things like that about a person from their blog.

Any chance for Phoblographer fantasy football comments in the future?

cd said...

doubtful.

Anonymous said...

Just saw this. Funny intro, cd. More like, made for Christiana Dominguez. When are we going to see you debating David Dreier on TV. I'd pay to see that.
--catherine