Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Advertisements For Myself

Tonight at 9 Eastern / 8 Central, our audio/visual division premiers its latest side-project, "Dropout Nation," which will also be viewable on the PBS Frontline website, in case you're south of the border or behind on your cable payments.  No American newspaper (other than our hometown paper, the Swampscott Reporter) saw fit to review it, but according to the PBS publicity department, it's "an unforgettable portrait of four students in crisis and the teachers, counselors, and principal waging a daily, personal struggle to get them to graduation. A troubling and inspiring journey through the maze of an inner city high school" &c, &c, &c...




In what may go down in history as the Worst Marketing Decision of All Time, Burro Hall's chairman and executive editor will be live-Tweeting the #DropoutNation broadcast, because if there's anything that will compliment complement [thanks to the self-correcting blogosphere] a "troubling and inspiring journey," it's two hours of running Beavis & Butthead commentary. Join us, won't you?

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

"complement" not "compliment"

Anonymous said...

Relax, Burro Hall and Anonymous Byron. It wasn't meant as a criticism. Clearly Burro Hall is a excellent writer and knows the difference between the two words. It wasn't intended for publication, really, only as an alert in case he wanted to correct it. A lot of people make such errors when typing quickly.
I do hope Jesus will help you. When he's not peeing on himself.

Anonymous said...

A good documentary on Mormons in Chihuahua from Brooklyn's Vice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpIyaIHsJbc&feature=youtu.be

Anonymous said...

Byron....I shouldn't jump in here, but just wanted to take exception to your "it's ONLY Burro Hall."

August, absolutely.

Dave said...

Oh great, my first post as "anonymous" -right on the heels of the anonymity discussion.

By the way, Frank, truly awesome job on the documentary-from all angles.

JustaCanuck said...

LOVED your doc, kudos on the great work!

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