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  • Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings

    Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings
    Shares of Sinclair Broadcast Group leapt nearly 5 percent after the company announced Wednesday that TV station acquisitions and strong political advertising boosted its sales and earnings in the fourth quarter. The Hunt Valley-based TV station owner's...
  • 'NCIS,' 'Walking Dead,' 'SNL': tops for week

    'NCIS,' 'Walking Dead,' 'SNL': tops for week
    UPDATED: The weekly ratings for Central Florida underscore how well the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live" played with viewers. The NBC special ranked second among all programs for the week, and it was second with local young adults. Nationally,...
  • WGA Awards 2015: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'The Imitation Game' take top honors

    At its annual awards show, one of the final bellwethers before the Academy Awards, the Writers Guild of America honored Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” a quirky fable about a feud over a widow's fortune, and Morten Tyldum's...
  • FilmTrack software helps Hollywood keep tabs on content

    FilmTrack software helps Hollywood keep tabs on content
    Back in the 1990s, Jason Kassin was just another aspiring L.A. actor, surviving on a second job. But instead of waiting tables, he relied on his skills as a self-taught computer programmer. "I'd leave an audition, go home and code," said Kassin, 46....
  • 'SNL' reunion scores prime ratings

    'SNL' reunion scores prime ratings
    That "Saturday Night Live" reunion lost viewers in later hours, but the special still attracted a huge audience: 23.1 million, according to early numbers. The event rolled on for three and a half hours. In a "Wayne's World" skit, Dana Carvey joked...
  • CBS bringing back Saturday boxing as part of Showtime, Al Haymon deal

    CBS bringing back Saturday boxing as part of Showtime, Al Haymon deal
    CBS and its premium cable partner Showtime announced a multiyear deal with powerful boxing manager Al Haymon on Tuesday that will bring the sport regularly to network television and include bouts anchored by Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Adonis Stevenson and...
  • It's Showtime for Martirosyan on March 28 versus Charlo

    It's Showtime for Martirosyan on March 28 versus Charlo
    CBS Sports and Showtime Sports announced Tuesday a multi-year venture to jointly present boxing on the CBS Television Network with the first event to air April 4 on CBS. The joint Showtime-CBS endeavor will begin its push a week earlier though, when a...
  • MTV architect Van Toffler to leave Viacom

    MTV architect Van Toffler to leave Viacom
    One of the last of the MTV originals -- a man who helped introduce the world to "Beavis & Butthead," "The Real World," "Jackass," "The Osbournes," "Jersey Shore," and an infamous question posed to President Clinton: "Is it boxers or briefs?" -- is leaving...
  • J Lo puts her work-at-home estate in Hidden Hills on the market

    J Lo puts her work-at-home estate in Hidden Hills on the market
    Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez has put her work-live estate in the gated equestrian community of Hidden Hills up for sale at $17 million. The more than three-acre spread centers on a 17,129-square-foot mansion with views of the San Gabriel Mountains...
  • 'Two and a Half Men,' 'Mentalist' end runs

    This week the end comes for two CBS series, Donald Trump names the victor on "The Celebrity Apprentice," and ABC counts down 15 movies that changed America. The week's highlights: "Two and a Half Men" wraps up a bawdy 12-year run at 9 p.m. Thursday with...
  • Brian Williams' fall reminds networks on cost of ignoring journalism

    Brian Williams' fall reminds networks on cost of ignoring journalism
    Suddenly, there's money on the table in the world of network news — big money, tens of millions of dollars, waiting to be scooped up, thanks to the implosion of Brian Williams. As a result, the genre usually defined by the metaphor of dinosaurs...