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After the coffee. Before making my Oscar picks. The Skinny: I'm through three episodes of the Netflix drama "House of Cards" and I have to say, so far it's not changing my life. I'll keep going only because I'm trying to avoid having to watch "Downton...
After the coffee. Before seeing who took my Grammy Award tickets. The Skinny: Hope my East Coast peeps find shelter from the snowstorm. Friday's headlines include a preview of the weekend box office, how NBC fell so fast and a look at the jockeying that...
Al Jazeera hopes it can succeed where Al Gore failed with Current TV. Gore and his business partner Joel Hyatt tried to turn Current TV into a legitimate news/talk channel and compete with MSNBC for liberal-minded viewers. Current spent heavily to woo...
The National Football League is still the most dominant programmer in television, but even it is not immune to shrinking audiences in an overcrowded media landscape. Not only that, but the median age of the typical NFL viewer went up from 46 to 47. That...
Tags: Entertainment, ESPN (tv network), Sports, News Corp., Football
NEW YORK (AP) — The Barry Diller-backed Internet company that challenged cable and satellite TV services by offering inexpensive live television online plans to expand beyond New York City this spring. In the wake of a federal court ruling that...
Tags: ESPN (tv network), Entertainment, Business, Tampa, Judges
The three public television stations that serve the New York-New Jersey region got the greenlight from the Federal Communications Commission to broadcast Wednesday's "12-12-12," which is the concert that Cablevision President Jim Dolan, the Weinstein Co....
After the coffee. Before figuring out how to get to the Redskins playoff game this Sunday. The Skinny: My New Year's Eve celebration was last night when the Redskins beat the Cowboys. For all you folks partying tonight, don't drive drunk! The life you...
Is the National Football League biting the hands that feed it? That's the view of Sanford C. Bernstein media analyst Todd Juenger who, in a report released Monday, called the the NFL a "frenemy" to the broadcast networks and ESPN. Every Sunday ...
AMC, the network that helped turn Sunday into a night of appointment television with its shows "Mad Men," "Breaking Bad," and "The Walking Dead," will attempt to do the same for Thursdays. The network plans to launch a new night of original unscripted...
Univision Communications' top lawyer, C. Douglas Kranwinkle, is retiring after 12 years with the Spanish-language media giant, leaving the company without a corporate presence in its marquee market of Los Angeles. On Monday, the company said...
Comcast Corp.'s NBCUniversal is wrapping up a new distribution deal with satellite broadcaster DirecTV, people close to the talks said. For NBCUniversal, parent of broadcast networks NBC and Telemundo as well as cable channels CNBC, Bravo, USA and...
Not too long ago Easton Area High School expressed concerns about live TV coverage having an impact on attendance at some of its sporting events. But one event that the Red Rovers never have to worry about TV affecting is the annual Thanksgiving...
Tags: ESPN (tv network), Entertainment, Radio, Sports, Holidays
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