Pivot TV Gives Couch Potatoes A Chance To Change The World

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If you’ve seen shows like “Hit Record On TV” (with Joseph Gordon-Levitt), “Human Resources,” or “Please Like Me,” you’ve encountered Pivot TV, a new network available on a growing list of various platforms. If you don’t know Pivot TV, you might want to check them out. They’ve got a pretty great thing going. Pivot TV isn’t just another network — it’s a network with a purpose. Their goal is to

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Powerful new documentary explores sexual assault on campuses

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IT HAPPENED HERE is a compelling new documentary from award-winning director Lisa F. Jackson (The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo) and producer Marjorie Schwartz Nielsen that explores sexual assault on campuses through the personal testimonials of five survivors who transform their experiences into a springboard for change. The film debuted on Pivot TV January 21, 2015 and has screened on college campuses as a part of the It’s On

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The Expanding Universe of Stories Beyond One Medium

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There was only one comic book I wanted as part of Free Comic Book Day last Saturday: Bob’s Burgers. I managed to snag a copy at the second comic book store we went to, and later that night I read it from cover to cover, laughing hysterically the entire time. I love the Belcher family. Bob’s clever burger names, Linda and Gene’s flair for the dramatic, Tina’s confidence and Louise’s

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I’m Still Holding Out For A Hero Because Avengers: Age of Ultron Falls Short

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If there weren’t years of comic books, cartoons, and films depicting the Avengers team as heroes, I’d say Joss’s plan was to make them villains. Avengers: Age of Ultron has a lot of issues, including but not limited to the whitewashing of the Maximoff twins (half-Roma, half-Jewish characters in the Marvel universe), the mishandling of the scene between Natasha Romanov and Bruce Banner in which she reveals she feels like

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