Denver Post TV Critic Joanne Ostrow Signs Off

NY Times Adds TV Critic James Poniewozik

New York Times readers will soon have a new TV critic to pick over the highs and lows of the medium. The newspaper has hired James Poniewozik, who has held a similar function at Time magazine, to fill a slot recently vacated by Alessandra Stanley.

TV Critic Among New Additions To Cleveland HOF

New Beat For NY Times TV Critic Alessandra Stanley


Adam Buckman: His Life As A TV Critic

Chicago Sun-Times Loses TV Critic Lori Rackl

Longtime TV Writer Bill Carter Leaving NYT

Bill Carter, who has covered the television industry at The New York Times for more than 25 years and remains one of the best known writers in the industry, is taking a voluntary buyout. Carter said today that leaving the paper was a “really wrenching and agonizing decision.”

Entertainment Weekly Alum Ken Tucker Joins Yahoo

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TV Critic John Kiesewetter Leaving Cincy Enquirer

TV Critic David Bianculli Still A Breath Of ‘Fresh Air’


NBC’s Greenblat Not A Fan Of TV Critics

Bob Greenblatt, the chairman of NBC Entertainment, “I think in cable TV, critics are important because they raise the profile of a show. But in broadcast TV, the critics are just savage to us.”

NY Post TV Critic Stasi Moves To Daily News

Robert Feder Partners With Chicago Tribune

Longtime Chicago media columnist Robert Feder is launching a standalone media blog next month through a partnership with the Chicago Tribune. The editorially independent website,, will be owned by Feder, but licensed and marketed by the Chicago Tribune Media Group, an agreement based on generating online traffic and ad revenue.

EW Ups Jeff Jensen, Melissa Maerz To TV Critics

The Best TV Criticism Is Pink, But Powerful

Philly Inquirer TV Critic Jonathan Storm Retires


Chicago Sun-Times Names Lori Racki TV Critic