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  • Comcast Inks Pact with Roku to Provide HBO, Showtime Internet-Video Services

    Comcast -- finally -- is allowing its customers access to the HBO Go and Showtime Anytime online-video services on Roku's TV-connected streaming devices. The nation's largest cable operator, however, still does not have a deal to offer the Starz Play...
  • 'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh

    'The Simpsons' at 25: Still going strong and rolling in the d'oh
    "If TV has taught me anything, it's that miracles always happen to poor kids at Christmas," the now-familiar spiky-haired boy said on Dec. 17, 1989. "It happened to Tiny Tim. It happened to Charlie Brown. It happened to the Smurfs. And it's going to...
  • Have yourself a very teary Christmas

    Have yourself a very teary Christmas
    The simple stop-and-smell-the-Christmas-tree virtues of the holiday chestnut "It's a Wonderful Life," lessons about gratitude, community, friendship and family, never fail to pay off in the raw emotion of its final scenes, guaranteed to warm the heart and...
  • Coca-Cola Ends Sponsorship Of 'American Idol' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Coke adds life, or so a popular 1976 ad slogan for the popular soda once bragged. It has certainly done just that for "American Idol," the venerable Fox program that has long featured big cups festooned with logos for various drinks made by Coca-Cola laid...
  • 'The Interview:' What should Sony do about the film's release?

    'The Interview:' What should Sony do about the film's release?
    The stakes for Sony’s North Korea comedy “The Interview“ got raised higher — a lot higher -- on Tuesday. The group calling itself the Guardians of Peace, which has conducted a devastating hack on Sony, suggested it would physically...
  • U.S. bid seen as 'clear favourite' to land 2024 Games

    Prospects of the Summer Olympics returning to U.S. soil look good, according to domestic sports business experts who rate the United States as the early favourite to host the 2024 Games. The United States on Tuesday became the third country after Germany...
  • U.S. bid seen as 'clear favorite' to land 2024 Games

    Prospects of the Summer Olympics returning to U.S. soil look good, according to domestic sports business experts who rate the United States as the early favorite to host the 2024 Games. The United States on Tuesday became the third country after...
  • The 10 Best TV Comedies of 2014

    Sometimes great TV comedy makes you laugh so hard you cry. And sometimes it just makes you cry. If one thing became entirely clear in 2014, it's that traditional descriptors like "sit-com" are so last century. Defining what makes a small screen laffer is...
  • Michael Mann's Upcoming Cyber Thriller 'Blackhat' is Frighteningly Timely

    Michael Mann's upcoming movie "Blackhat" has been largely overshadowed by intense media attention focused on the Christmas release of the assassination comedy "The Interview," linnked to the disastrous computer hack perpetrated on Sony Pictures. But...
  • Univision, Tribune Media, Fox Stations Join to Devise Alternate Local TV Audience Measure

    Fox Television Stations, Tribune Media and Univision Communications have started NewCoin LLC, a new data venture aimed at creating an alternative to measuring local audiences across TV and digital media. The companies said they would start an initial...
  • Logo Teams with BBC Worldwide, Channel 4 on Dramas 'Cucumber' and 'Banana'

    Logo TV is adding a pair of scripted series to its 2015 slate. The network has signed a deal with BBC Worldwide North America to co-produce two new dramas, "Cucumber" and "Banana," both from "Doctor Who" and "Queer As Folk" writer Russell T. Davies. The...