Ed Driscoll

Ed Makes The Rounds

My TCS Daily piece on Hollywood’s implosion was excerpted in the Washington Times’ “Culture Briefs” section today.

And from the omega to the alpha: the electronic hobbyist magazine Nuts & Volts is running a “Tribute to the Tube” this month, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the vacuum tube. As part of that, they asked me to write a profile of David Sarnoff, the man who launched commercial radio in the 1920s, before starting a television network of the same name a couple of decades later, called NBC. The article isn’t online, but you can find it at your local Borders or Barnes & Noble.