The 10 Greatest Singers of America’s Got Talent-Part One

By: Jacob Elyachar On Monday, America’s Got Talent returns for its seventh season.  It will have new graphics, relocate to New York City and have a new judge in the form of the self-proclaimed King of All Media: Howard Stern. Since the show debuted in 2012, singers have dominated the competition as seven of them […]

The Top 10 Performances from The Voice’s Second Season-Part One

By: Jacob Elyachar Tonight is part one of the Voice’s season finale.   There have been incredible performances from this season but if fans could pick 10, they would have a tough time picking them out.    So, jacobelyacharjournalist.com has picked the 10 best performances from some of this year’s outstanding contestants in a two-part series that […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The Voice’s Final Four

By: Jacob Elyachar After countless blind auditions, battle rounds and live performances, Juliet Simms, Jermaine Paul, Chris Mann and Tony Lucca are the last singers standing.  Tomorrow night, they will perform two songs: one final solo and one with their coach. As always, jacobelyacharjournalist.com has analyzed which of these four remaining singers have a chance […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The Voice Season Two’s Top Eight

By: Jacob Elyachar For the first time in this season’s competition, all eight remaining singers will square off for a spot in next week’s season finale.    This season has presented incredible performances and it’s anyone’s game who will be in next week’s season finale.    Once again, I analyzed which mentor has the strongest team and […]

Jacob’s Eye On…FOX’s 25th Anniversary Special

By: Jacob Elyachar The FOX Broadcasting Network is celebrating its’ 25th Anniversary tonight.   American Idol host Ryan Seacrest will host the two-hour special that will feature appearances from cast members and creators from past hit FOX shows that will include Beverly Hills 90210, Married…with Children, The X-Files and more. In honor to celebrate the network’s […]

A Tribute to Dick Clark (1929-2012)

By: Jacob Elyachar America has lost its’ oldest teenager.   Broadcast legend Dick Clark passed away on April 18, 2012 from a heart attack.    Mr. Clark was one of the most influential figures from the last century.  He helped shaped the entertainment and music industries through his shows like American Bandstand, Pyramid and Dick Clark’s Rockin […]

A Tribute to Mike Wallace (1918-2012)

By: Jacob Elyachar   The journalism world has lost one of its’ greats: Mike Wallace.    The iconic 60 Minutes correspondent was known as one of the most ferocious reporters in the industry. Over his multi-decade career, he has interviewed thousands of newsmakers including former heads of states in multiple countries, crooks and artistic legends.   This […]

Jacob’s Eye On…The Voice Season Two’s Top 16

  By: Jacob Elyachar   Over on my Examiner.com page, I have been recapping this season of the Voice.   Now that the competition has hit the quarterfinals round, I have analyzed which teams are the strongest and the weakest going forward in the remaining parts of the season.   The Strongest: TEAM CHRISTINA   Team […]

Where Are They Now?-The Voice Season One Contestants

  By: Jacob Elyachar   Tomorrow night, The Voice’s Season Two Top 24 singers chosen by their superstar mentors: Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera will perform for America’s votes live for the first time in the competition.   If they want to become successful and stay in America’s mind, jacobelyacharjournalist.com suggests […]

The Best American Idol Performances of All-Time, Part Three

By: Jacob Elyachar   Before you read this article, please read part two of my coverage: http://www.examiner.com/reality-tv-in-kansas-city/the-best-american-idol-performances-of-all-time-part-two   Many of American Idol’s alumni gave outstanding performances during their time on the show.    As the countdown enters the Top 10, these performances will go down as some of the best master class performances in the show’s […]

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