앨런 콜 메스 - Alan Colmes

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(1950-09-24)1950년 9월 24일
사망 한 2017 년 2 월 23 일 (2017-02-23)(66 세)
Manhattan , New York City, 뉴욕, 미국
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직업 텔레비전 및 라디오 진행자, 정치 평론가 , 작가, 블로거
고용주 폭스 뉴스 채널
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Alan Samuel Colmes (1950 년 9 월 24 일 – 2017 년 2 월 23 일)는 미국 라디오TV 진행자 , Fox News Channel자유주의 정치 평론가 , 블로거 였습니다. 그는의 호스트였다 알란 콜름 즈 표시 하는 국가 신디케이션 토크 라디오 쇼 에서 배포 폭스 뉴스 라디오 에 미국 전역에 방송 된 폭스 뉴스 토크시리우스XM . 1996 년부터 2009 년까지 Colmes는 Hannity & Colmes 의 공동 호스트로 활동했습니다. , a nightly political debate show on Fox News Channel. Beginning in 2015, Colmes supplied the voice of The Liberal Panel on Fox News Channel's The Greg Gutfeld Show.

In addition to broadcasting, Colmes ran the Liberaland blog and contributed to AOL News. He was the author of Red, White & Liberal: How Left Is Right and Right Is Wrong (2003) and Thank the Liberals for Saving America (2012).

Early life and education

Colmes was born to a Jewish family[1] in New York City. He grew up in Lynbrook, New York on Long Island, attended local public schools and went to Hofstra University, where he graduated in 1971 with a Bachelor of Arts degree from its School of Communications.[2] While at Hofstra, he worked at its radio station WRHU.[3]

Career

Colmes began his career in stand-up comedy.[4] He developed his radio career in the Northeast, eventually working at stations such as WABC, WNBC, WHN, WMCA and WEVD in New York, WNHC in New Haven, Connecticut, and WEZE and WZLX in Boston.[5]

그의 라디오 경력은 WABC가 아침 운전 시간에 그를 고용했을 때 시작되었습니다 . 그는 역의 호출 부호 에서와 같이 "W. Alan B. Colmes"로 청구되었습니다 . 그는 1987 년 WNBC로 옮겼지만 1988 년 NBC 가 라디오 사업부를 폐쇄하겠다고 발표 했을 때 그의 임기는 짧아 질 것입니다. 1988 년 10 월 7 일 WNBC가 마지막으로 방송을 중단했을 때 콜 메스의 목소리가 마지막으로 들렸습니다. [6] 그는 Colmes 및 기타 지역 라디오 호스트가 만든 벤처인 Daynet과의 관계를 시작으로 전국적 으로 신디케이트 되었습니다 . Daynet은 1994 년에 Major Networks, Inc.에 매각되었습니다. Colmes는 Fox News Radio 에서 배포 한 자신의 쇼를 유지했습니다 . [7] 그는 Fox News에 고용되었습니다.CEO 로저 에일 스가 1996 그는에서의 공동 사회자이었다 , Hannity & Colmes 로 시작하는 폭스 뉴스 채널 1 월 9 일 2009 년 10 월 (6), 1996 년 출시과 끝 [8] 그는 또한 Shovio.com의 새로운 라이브 출연 방송 기술, TalkBackTV. [ 인용 필요 ]

Colmes' debut non-fiction book, Red, White & Liberal: How Left is Right and Right is Wrong (ISBN 0-06-056297-8), was published in October 2003. It tackles issues such as civil rights, the war on terror, and the perceived liberal media bias. Interspersed throughout are actual emails from Hannity & Colmes viewers, reprinted verbatim.[9]

Colmes left Hannity & Colmes, with Fox replacing it with Hannity, in January 2009.[10] Colmes continued as a commentator on Fox News, most often on The O'Reilly Factor where he frequently appeared with his conservative sister-in-law, Monica Crowley.[11] He was also an occasional guest-panelist on Fox News' late-night satire program Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.

Post–Hannity & Colmes, Colmes was a frequent panelist on the news analysis program Fox News Watch alongside Cal Thomas, Judith Miller, and other pundits.[12]

Criticism and satire

While Colmes described himself as a liberal and his Fox News biography touted him as "a hard-hitting liberal," he has sometimes been referred to disparagingly as a "token liberal" or a "Fox News liberal".[13] Colmes told USA Today that he considered himself "quite moderate."[14] In an article he wrote in 2013, Colmes described himself as "very liberal".[15]

During his run on Hannity & Colmes, Colmes was criticized for being less charismatic and telegenic than Sean Hannity, and just a "seat-filler" for the liberal side.[16] Some newspapers reported him as being Hannity's "sidekick".[17] Former Democratic Senator Al Franken criticized Colmes in his book, Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, saying he refused to ask tough questions during debates and neglected to challenge erroneous claims made by Hannity or his guests.[17] Franken used a smaller font in his book when he addressed "Colmes" by name[18] and claimed that Colmes did not speak as much as Hannity during the show. Some liberal critics questioned whether both hosts receive equal time to interview guests.[17] Some of Colmes' liberal critics, notably commentators at Media Matters for America, praised him toward the end of the show's run. He began to cite their reports in interviews with some conservative guests on the program.[19][20]

Bob Garfield, interviewing Colmes for On the Media in 2003, asked him if he was "the human straw man" and a "foil" rather than an equal of Hannity. Colmes replied that if the conservative members of the audience saw him that way, that was "their problem," and said "It's more fun for me to be in a situation like this than to preach to the choir."[21]

The Colbert Report

On January 5, 2009, the beginning of his last week on Hannity & Colmes, Colmes was a guest on The Colbert Report in a spoof called "Colbert & Colmes," which parodied criticisms of Hannity & Colmes. In addition to being given a list of pre-approved responses to Stephen Colbert's opinions and forced to sit on a stool (making him appear shorter than his co-host), Colmes' face was covered by the on-air graphics while Colbert discussed issues of the day.[22] Colbert "fired" Colmes by the end of the show for pointing out fallacies in his logic.

Following Colmes' announcement that he was leaving Hannity & Colmes, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart also paid tribute to him with a guest appearance by rock duo Hall & Oates, who in a parody version of their hit "She's Gone," dubbed him "Tango to his (Hannity's) Cash" and "Laurel to his Hardy."[23]

Personal life

Colmes was married to Dr. Jocelyn Elise Crowley, a professor of public policy at Rutgers University, whose sister is Monica Crowley, the conservative radio commentator, pundit and television personality.[24]

Colmes died of lymphoma at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan on February 23, 2017, at the age of 66.[25]

References

  1. ^ Israel National News: "Jewish-American journalist Alan Colmes dies at 66" February 24, 2017
  2. ^ "Alan Colmes". HCLAS: Faces of Success. Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Archived from the original on 2010-05-27. Retrieved December 2, 2009.
  3. ^ "Alumni". WRHU. Hofstra University. Archived from the original on 2010-01-05. Retrieved December 2, 2009.
  4. ^ Fischler, Marcelle S. (June 12, 2005). "Long Island Journal; The 'Career Architect' for Stand-Up Comics". The New York Times. Retrieved April 23, 2010.
  5. ^ Littleton, Cynthia (2017-02-23). "Fox News commentator Alan Colmes dead at 66". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  6. ^ YouTube Video – "WNBC Radio sign-off on WNBC-TV" The October 7, 1988 signoff of WNBC radio, as covered LIVE by WNBC-TV on LIVE AT FIVE. Reports from Al Roker & Roger Grimsby. The TV station busted Grimsby's prerecorded package, as the final 2 seconds were counted down. Coverage continued with Al Roker at Shea Stadium, where a ceremonial switch was thrown marking the move of WFAN radio down the dial, from 1050 to 660.
  7. ^ Davis, Richard; Diana Owen (1998). New media and American politics. Oxford [Oxfordshire]: Oxford University Press. pp. M1 60. ISBN 0-19-512060-4.
  8. ^ Lewis, Hilary (February 23, 2017). "Fox News Contributor Alan Colmes Dies at 66". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  9. ^ "Nonfiction Book Review: RED, WHITE & LIBERAL: How Left Is Right and Right Is Wrong by Alan Colmes". PublishersWeekly.com. November 3, 2003. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  10. ^ Kissell, Rick (May 15, 2013). "Sean Hannity Hits 1000th Show as Cable News Ratings Winner". tribunedigital-chicagotribune. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  11. Gore, Leada (2017 년 2 월 23 일). "66에서 죽은 폭스 뉴스의 알란 콜름 즈" . AL.com . 만회 2017년 2월 23일을 .
  12. ^ MacNicol, Glynnis (2010년 10월 11일). "Colmes는 Fox News Watch에 도전합니다 : Fox News에서 일하는 모든 GOP 후보자는 어떻습니까?" . www.mediaite.com . 만회 2017년 2월 23일을 .
  13. ^ 자유당 대 공격적인 보수가 결정되는 스티브 Rendall으로
  14. ^ Robin, DeRosa (1995-02-01). Tuning in to high-wattage talk show hosts. USA Today. Gannett Company, Inc. p. LIFE; Pg. 7D. Alan Colmes. I think I'm quite moderate ... I follow Limbaugh on about 100 stations and I precede other conservatives, so I may be the only person giving a different point of view. Colmes had long been a devout fan of the guitarist Eric Clapton.
  15. ^ "Guns, cowards in the Senate and the courageous Kay Bailey Hutchison". Fox News. April 19, 2013.
  16. ^ Cohen, Jeff. Cable News Confidential: My Misadventures in Corporate Media. 2006, pp. 54–5
  17. ^ a b c Rendall, Steve. "An Aggressive Conservative vs. a "Liberal to be Determined"". Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. Archived from the original on 13 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-09.
  18. ^ York, Byron (September 10, 2003). "Al Franken's Ugly Schtick". National Review. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  19. ^ Morlino, Rob (June 15, 2006). "Colmes noted missed opportunities to eliminate Zarqawi prior to war that went unreported by media after terrorist's death". Media Matters for America. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  20. ^ "Colmes confronted Williams with inconsistent statements on No Child Left Behind", Media Matters for America
  21. ^ "No Liberal Limbaughs". WNYC. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  22. ^ Shea, Danny (2009-01-06). "Colbert & Colmes: Alan Colmes Joins Colbert Report For One Night". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 2017-02-23.
  23. ^ "Daily Show, Hall And Oates Pay Tribute To Alan Colmes". The Huffington Post. 2008-12-12.
  24. ^ Sabloff, Nicholas (November 12, 2008). "Monica Crowley, Sister Of Alan Colmes' Wife Jocelyn". Huffington Post. Retrieved 2009-10-17.
  25. ^ Langer, Emily (2017-02-23). "Alan Colmes, co-host of 'Hannity & Colmes' and liberal in 'lion's den' of Fox News, dies at 66". Washington Post. Retrieved 2017-02-23.

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