Slate’s Dana Stevens finds Al Gore TV to be just so… ’90s:
Like the memory of Al Gore’s presence on the political scene, his just-launched new cable venture, Current TV, feels strangely stranded in the ’90s. It’s as ’90s as a Tracy Chapman ballad, as ’90s as the debate over political correctness, as ’90s as an asymmetrical bob. Watching the network for hours at a stretch, as I’ve been doing the past few days to research this piece, you start to get an odd, airless feeling. To quote a song that’s being advertised in endless rotation on the network (by the very ’90s-esque Canadian band Hot Hot Heat) you’re “Stuck in the Middle of Nowhere.”
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