Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Out of the Arena.  From The Wrap: CNN cancelled Eliot Spitzer’s talk show “In the Arena” Wednesday, causing a major shake-up in the network’s prime-time slate. Spitzer’s show, which aired at 8 p.m., will be replaced by Anderson Cooper’s “AC 360,” which…

Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Was Robert H. Schuller ousted from Crystal Cathedral Board? From The LA Times: A Crystal Cathedral spokesman on Monday denied reports that the church’s founder, Robert H. Schuller, was voted off the board of directors in a meeting more than a week…

Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Tracy Morgan steps in it again. From E! Online: The Arc, a nonprofit advocacy group serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is the latest organization demanding an apology from the comedian for remarks he made during his stand-up routine Saturday—his first…

Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Aronofsky’s proposed Noah movie rides a wave of support. From SlashFilm: Darren Aronofsky‘s wish to make his Bible-based fantasy epic Noah an “event” film is about to take one step closer to coming true. The project has been seeking a studio to…

John W. Kennedy
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John W. Kennedy

John W. Kennedy is the founder and Dir. of Development of The Creative Universe Entertainment™, a media consultation and development company focusing on the creation, development and support of high-quality mainstream entertainment that upholds positive timeless values, including trust in God.

Current projects include "Bryant Park" (an uplifting romantic-comedy) and "Photo Finish" (an award-winning sci-fi TV pilot). He has written over 100 children's novels based on episodes of the Cartoon Network series "Ben 10", "Ben 10: Alien Force", "Ben 10: Ultimate Alien", "Ben 10: Omniverse" and "Generator Rex" among others. He also writes Beliefnet’s "Faith, Media & Culture" blog.

Previously, he has produced successful news and talk programming for CNN, Fox News, Pax TV and SiriusXM.

Specialties: Script Writing, Movie/TV Novelizations & Adaptations, TV Content Creation and Development, Creative Consultation, Producing and Booking News and Talk shows.

He can be reached for writing, producing and consulting services at 516-640-1182.

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