Allison L. Venezio

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Allison is a Secretary by day, a writer/blogger by night (and during lunch breaks and in the mornings before work), a nostalgia geek (and a geek in general), worshipper of Thor (and Chris Hemsworth), and honorary Avenger (she has a pin, so it is official). She collects Funko Pops, loves anything that takes her back to childhood, and has confessed her love for Kenny Loggins. Oh, and she listens to Chicago...alot. If any of this piques your interest, she'd love for you to visit her personal blog, Allison's Written Words, where she talks about alot of the same stuff she talks about here, and more! She can be found at You can follow her blog on Facebook (, Instagram @allisonswrittenwords, and on Twitter @AllisonGeeksOut. (Her fiancee is supportive of the whole Chris Hemsworth and Kenny Loggins love thing.)

The Story of SNIPETS! (Pronounced “Snippets!”)

In the later life of the Code of Practices for Television Stations, the ethical set of standards set forth for television stations, Kaiser Broadcasting (and later Field Communications, which bought Kaiser in 1977) produced a series of shorts (approximately 30 seconds to one minute in length) called Snipets (pronounced “snippets”).