Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Hard times over for R.J. From The Wrap:  After two seasons, MTV has canceled “The Hard Times of RJ Berger.” The series starred Paul Iacono as an unpopular schoolkid whose life is changed when his oversized manhood is discovered. Comment: Whether you…

Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1.  Credit Where Credit is Due Dept. From The Daily Caller: Monday, the National Organization for Women (NOW) spoke out against Newsweek’s most recent cover, which features an extreme close-up of Michele Bachmann and the title “The Queen of Rage.” “It’s sexist,” NOW…

Here’s today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. Time to redefine The CW Network?  From The Hollywood Reporter: It’s not like The CW is printing money, most of its shows get beat by cable channels that have done a better job of attracting that core audience (hello MTV, hello ABC Family) and,…

Who is Simon Miller?, the family espionage adventure airing tonight on NBC (8:00 PM ET) and the seventh of the Walmart-P&G Family Movie Night series, has been virtually ignored by the mainstream media (almost like they’re afraid to let people know about it) but it has been receiving strongly positive reviews from outlets concerned with…

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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