RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Television Industry

A collection of news and information related to Television Industry published by this site and its partners.

Top Television Industry Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, powerful longtime US ally, dies at age 90

    Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, the powerful U.S. ally who fought against al-Qaida and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom, including by nudging open greater opportunities for women, has died. He was 90. More than his guarded and...
  • News this week has been a strange-go zone

    News this week has been a strange-go zone
    Improbably this week, Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, said she and her city intend to sue Fox News on the grounds that the famously opinionated cable news channel had claimed that certain areas of the City of Light were "no-go areas" for non-Muslims....
  • What about TV is now attracting top directors like Woody Allen, Steven Soderbergh?

    Everyone, it seems, had an opinion about Woody Allen signing a deal recently with Amazon to produce a TV series for its video streaming service. Some praised Amazon for aligning with one of America's most celebrated creative figures. Others worried about...
  • Mark Phelan: Detroit auto show hits and misses

    The 2015 North American International Auto Show has been a stunner, crammed with great new vehicles and technologies that will shape the future, like 3-D printing of cars, autonomous vehicles and alternative fuels. A few of the vehicles left me shaking...
  • Interviewing Andrew McMahon: Jack's Mannequin, Something Corporate singer's solo future In The Wilderness for now

    Interviewing Andrew McMahon: Jack's Mannequin, Something Corporate singer's solo future In The Wilderness for now
    When indie-pop singer Andrew McMahon dissolved his band Jack’s Mannequin in 2012, six years after dissolving his previous band Something Corporate, the idea was for him to finally go solo. But after a quickie four-song EP, “The Pop...
  • Amazon to make 'Transparent' available free to stream -- but not for long

    Amazon to make 'Transparent' available free to stream -- but not for long
    Forget free shipping, Amazon wants to make "Transparent" available for free. For one day. Still on its Golden Globes high from Jan. 11, Amazon wants more people to get acquainted with its half-hour dramedy about a middle-age transgender woman and...
  • Rob Owen: Miniseries 'Sons of Liberty' takes liberties with history

    History's "Sons of Liberty" (9-11 p.m. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday) plays like a contemporary action movie, complete with modern profanity, a rooftop chase and scruffy sexy Sam Adams (Ben Barnes, "The Chronicles of Narnia") as its swashbuckling hero....
  • Man behind 'Galavant' music creates songs of our lives

    PASADENA, Calif. The man at the piano in the lobby of the Langham Huntington Hotel is playing a medley of familiar tunes. Along with a couple of Broadway musical numbers, he's belting out bits of some of the best-known numbers from Disney animated...
  • Retired Chicago cop helps take down master safecracker one last time

    Retired Chicago cop helps take down master safecracker one last time
    Tony DeLeonardis was about three years into his retirement when the former Chicago police officer smelled a familiar rat. He had arrested mobsters, drug smugglers, rapists and serial killers during his 38-year career before retiring in 2008 as a...
  • YouTubers interview President Obama about State of the Union

    YouTubers interview President Obama about State of the Union
    Two days after his State of the Union address, President Obama had to win over a new audience: YouTubers. Hank Green, Bethany Mota and GloZell Green may not be household names by traditional standards, but the three YouTube personalities -- who have...
  • Google wireless service could disrupt carriers

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Internet users from San Jose to Kansas City have been clamoring for Google to lay down its long-awaited fiber-optic network to compete with Comcast and AT&T in speeding up Web and television access. Now the Silicon Valley search...