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  • Heads up: Voting now open for THA 'hat person of the year'

    Heads up: Voting now open for THA 'hat person of the year'
    We just received word from the pro-chapeaux folks over at the Headwear Assn. (THA) that votes may now be cast for their annually bestowed honorific of "hat person of the year." THA members suggested some 60 hat-wearing celebrities for the sixth annual...
  • Ecuador goes for Super Bowl exposure with halftime ad

    Ecuador goes for Super Bowl exposure with halftime ad
    During Super Bowl halftime Feb. 1, you can expect to see high-priced commercials for beer, fast food, cars, soft drinks and a small South American banana exporter. Ecuador is expected to become the first foreign country to buy a 30-second ad during...
  • NBC's Savannah Guthrie has many more tomorrows on 'Today'

    NBC's Savannah Guthrie has many more tomorrows on 'Today'
    During the commercial breaks on NBC's "Today," Savannah Guthrie's eyes are often focused on an iPhone to check live video of her 5-month-old daughter, Vale, back at their Manhattan apartment. "My husband is really into baby surveillance," the morning...
  • NBC News to bring back Noah Oppenheim to head 'Today'

    NBC News to bring back Noah Oppenheim to head 'Today'
    NBC News is turning to a name from the past to help lead "Today" into the future. Noah Oppenheim, a senior producer of the morning program from 2005-08 when it was No. 1 in the ratings, is returning as the top executive in charge of the entire editorial...
  • Ring them big bells

    Ring them big bells
    There are supersized meals, oversized vehicles and, I'll bet you didn't know this, 11-pound handbells. A Princeton, N.J., handbell choir is schlepping them down to Florida this month, as part of their Southern tour, which will stop Sunday, Jan. 18, in...
  • Paula Deen returns to 'Today'; is the world ready for more?

    Paula Deen returns to 'Today'; is the world ready for more?
    Paula Deen is ready for a comeback, but is the world ready to welcome her? In the first step of a campaign to return the disgraced former queen of Southern television cooking to the airwaves, Deen and her sons Bobby and Jamie appeared Tuesday morning on...
  • Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image

    Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image
    As former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice tries to rehabilitate an image sullied by domestic violence — a crucial step in restarting his NFL career — branding experts and sports analysts say he faces a straightforward, yet imposing task:...
  • Orlando, Pasadena star in New Year's parades

    Orlando, Pasadena star in New Year's parades
    If you love a parade, you'll have several to pick from on television on Thursday, New Year's Day. Al Roker and Hoda Kotb of "Today" co-anchor NBC's live coverage of the 126th Rose Parade from Pasadena, Calif. WESH-Channel 2 says its coverage runs 11 a....
  • New Year's Eve: Norm Lewis on PBS

    New Year's Eve: Norm Lewis on PBS
    Central Florida's Norm Lewis has a major role tonight in "New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve: Gershwin Celebration" at 8 p.m. on PBS. Lewis and jazz superstar Dianne Reeves help celebrate the music of George and Ira Gershwin in the two-hour special....
  • One Direction concert at CityWalk

    One Direction concert at CityWalk
    When a release reads that One Direction's superstars will "take over" NBCUniversal, that's not an overstatement. The group and NBCUniversal on Wednesday said they were announcing "an unprecedented and expansive cross-platform partnership for the...
  • Texas nurse found free of Ebola to be released

    Texas nurse found free of Ebola to be released
    The second of two American nurses who became infected with Ebola while treating a Liberian man who died of the disease in Texas three weeks ago will be released from the hospital on Tuesday having been declared free of the virus, officials said. The...