Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Snow Baseball

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Ghosts Don't Exist Tix Available Now

Thank you to all who have been patiently waiting for the 2010 DC Independent Film Festival tickets to become available. Ghosts Don't Exist will be closing out the festival on Sunday, March 14th, at 4:30pm.

There are 2 ways to get tickets.

1- You can purchase tickets specifically for the last day using THIS LINK This will give you access to the 4:30 "session" where 3 other movies; "Twilight Zone", "Back To Life", and "When It Will Be Silent" will also be shown along with Ghosts Don't Exist. Purchasing tickets using this option will also allow you to print out your tickets. Tickets are $10 each.

2- If you're planning on bringing a group of people you might want to consider buying the Festival "10" pack. These are general admission tickets allowing you to watch 10 different "sessions" throughout the duration of the festival or using all 10 tickets for 1 screening. If you choose this option, your tickets will be held at Will Call under the purchaser's name. No tickets will be sent through the mail. The 10 pack is $50 essentially giving you 10 tickets for $5 each.

Don't wait until the last minute, seating may be limited so make sure to get your tickets now! Everyone at 19W is excited to see you at our first film festival and we want to thank everyone for all your support!

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Friday's Media Day for OCNN

Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Cooley Zone on College Humor

Thanks to Jake and Amir for playing along and putting it up. Check out their site

OCNN: News Update

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Striper Fishing with Chad Pennington

LAS VEGAS — The only odd part of the situation was that they were in a limo.

There were champagne glasses, couches and running lights. But everything else looked and sounded pretty much like a standard fishing trip.

Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington was in boots, jeans, a Reebok jacket and a camouflage Dolphins hat from the new Reebok/Realtree Open Field Collection. Redskins tight end Chris Cooley was in jeans, with a Realtree camo jacket and hat.
The 40-minute drive to Lake Mead saw the conversation move from Cooley's dad fighting Cowboys fans, to climate change, the Lake Mead water level and the environmental effects of coal.

It was just another group on its way to the lake to catch some fish (and promote a new clothing line) — a group willing to get up early in a city where there is no early (or late) to have a shot at catching fish.

It was two very different NFL football players, who fish for different reasons, with different styles, for different fish, stretched out in one limo with striped bass on the mind.

"You have to get a photo of me getting out of this limo in the camo jacket," Cooley said, after the limo pulled up 300 yards down a Lake Mead launch ramp that keeps getting longer because the lake's water level keeps getting lower.

The players found their captain on the dock and piled into a 22-foot, center console boat that looked more suited for saltwater, but makes sense on the 247-square-mile reservoir -- the largest reservoir in the United States.

The 250-horsepower motor fired up, the boat pulled out of the cove and the game had started: man versus Lake Mead striper.

For the rest of the story CLICK HERE.

Day One Happenings

Listen to Chris on the Scott Van Pelt show. Just click on the picture and find the link.Listen to Chris on Elliot in the morning. Audio will start when you click the photo.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Interview with Jason LaCanfora for OCNN

News Team Assemble

Monday, February 1, 2010


From the Redskins Blog
It's been a surprisingly quiet offseason for Chris Cooley. His Twitter account vanished for a bit, his blog (as I write this) hasn't been updated once in 2010 ... aside from a chat on and a corresponding appearance on NFL Network, he's been almost mime-like.

Apparently that's going to change this week, as Cooley joins Chad Ochocinco's OCNN venture for the week running up to the Super Bowl.

To be perfectly honest with you, I didn't pay much attention to OCNN when Ochocinco announced it on his Twitter, and his further announcement of the addition of Cooley, Ray Rice, and Darnell Dockett similarly failed to make an impression on me.

But if this Motorola press release that just showed up in my inbox is to be believed -- and when has a press release ever steered you wrong? -- this could actually be an entertaining little Super Bowl week stunt.

Per the press release:
The "News Team" will have a customized OCNN News Van, NFL media credentials, a broadcast spot on famed "Radio Row" and access to every meaningful event taking place in South Florida. The "News Team" will cover "Media Day" and critical press conferences leading up to the game.

"Believe it or not, even I have limitations," said Ochocinco. "There is just too much going on around Super Bowl for one man to cover. So I have hand-picked some rising social networking stars who can give the OCNN Nation their perspectives on the game, the parties and players in Miami the way only an athlete can."
I enjoy Ochocinco's schtick, and Cooley's as well, so I'm susceptible to this sort of thing. (Plus I enjoy the mental image of Ochocinco bellowing "News team, ASSEMBLE!" and blowing into a conch like in Anchorman.)

More realistically, it promises to be a lot more interesting than your average local-station-on-radio-row thing. Heck, even ESPN980's Steve Czaban is absolutely skewering that, and he's one of the guys actually sittting on radio row. Here's Czaban:
No doubt, if you listen to sports talk radio, you will hear one (or more, or all!) of your favorite shows coming from an increasingly din-filled convention hall populated by hundreds of radio blowhards (me included) screaming at each other in close proximity.

You will hear the same collection of marginal guests cycle through just about every show on the planet.

"Hey, it's Chad Ocho Cinco joining us here on radio row! Hey Chad, what are you pimping?"

We will then listen patiently to Chad's newest product, a lemon-scented performance sweat sock, with the "Ocho Cinco" signature stitched into the side.

Once that is over with, Chad will joke it up the hosts, offer mostly bland thoughts about the upcoming game, get one more plug in for the OchoSocko...... and move one table to his right.

It's somewhat ironic that Czaban picked Ochocinco as his example for this, since the thing Ochocinco is actually marketing is ... well, hopefully the exact antithesis of what Czaban's describing.

Back to the press release:
Pro Bowlers and social-networking enthusiasts Rice, Dockett, Cooley and Jake and Amir [of] will fan out during Super Bowl week to ask the tough questions and attend every party they can to ensure OCNN followers know what is happening on the ground in Miami. "It's a tough job, but somebody has to give the OCNN Nation a taste of what it is like to have an all-access pass to the toughest tickets to get during Super Bowl week," said Rice. "I can't tell you exactly what I am going to see or hear, but I can tell you that OCNN followers will know about it first."

Fans who want to follow an individual member of the news team can click on links for each player at Follow OCNN on Twitter at @ocnnfeed and become a Facebook fan at
There's still plenty of time for this to turn into a completely dull marketing stunt that produces nothing of any real interest. But at the moment, it at least it offers the hope of a Super Bowl Media Week spectacle worth watching.