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  • In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant

    In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant
    The television news business is trying hard to catch up with rapidly changing technology. Americans are getting more of their news from their Twitter feeds, friends' Facebook posts and websites such as Reddit. There are live bloggers who chronicle...
  • 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...
  • Protesters attend vigil for N.Y. police killed on the job

    Protesters attend vigil for N.Y. police killed on the job
    As dozens of people gathered in Harlem on Sunday to honor two slain New York police officers, President Obama expressed his condolences and the president of the NAACP decried the gunman's claim that he was avenging two unarmed black men who died in...
  • 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....
  • After making bionic arm, UCF students flooded with requests for help

    After making bionic arm, UCF students flooded with requests for help
    They were strangers, desperate for hope in far-flung places, as they wrote about surviving mutilation or dealing with birth defects. The stories of pain and heartache flooded the college students' emails. It was an overwhelming response for the...
  • Ann Curry leaves NBC News to form her own production company

    Ann Curry has negotiated an early exit from her contract with NBC News. The network announced Tuesday that Curry would leave to form her own independent production company that will cover international stories for TV and other platforms. An NBC...
  • Kathie Lee Gifford wines debut on Carnival ships

    Kathie Lee Gifford wines debut on Carnival ships
    A new wine collection from television star Kathie Lee Gifford is now sailing aboard Carnival Cruise Line's 24 ships. Gifford officially introduced her new Gifft wines to media and guests Sunday aboard Carnival Breeze before it departed PortMiami on a...
  • 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...
  • It's a dog's life at Celebrate Dogs! show in Orlando

    It's a dog's life at Celebrate Dogs! show in Orlando
    For Gabriel Rangel, "puppy love" means more than a fleeting infatuation. The professional dog handler is a rock star at events such as this weekend's Celebrate Dogs! show at the Orange County Convention Center. The annual event is billed as "the nation'...
  • With coarsening of politics, can seven dirty words be far?

    WASHINGTON — "The report is full of crap." Thus spake Dick Cheney, on Fox News last week, when talking about the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on torture that occurred during his vice presidency. The line might have been funny, if...
  • Sarah Palin, Oscars, Elly May: 2015 starts

    Sarah Palin, Oscars, Elly May: 2015 starts
    Congratulations to former Gov. Sarah Palin for getting her name out there as 2015 starts. You may not have been thinking of Palin lately, but she electrified the Internet by blasting PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. PETA criticized her...