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  • Anchorman Brian Williams says he's taking himself off the NBC evening newscast temporarily

    Brian Williams said he is temporarily stepping away from the "NBC Nightly News" amid questions about his memories of war coverage in Iraq, calling it "painfully apparent" that he has become a distracting news story. In a memo Saturday to NBC News staff...
  • Brian Williams' fib and credibility in the anchor chair

    WASHINGTON -- Back during the Vietnam War, CBS news anchorman Walter Cronkite was judged in the polls to be "the most trusted man in America" for his straightforward nightly reports. When he went to Vietnam and returned saying the war was "mired in...
  • 'Two and a Half Men' breakup; 'Mentalist' marriage?

    'Two and a Half Men' breakup; 'Mentalist' marriage?
    CBS has taken promotion to a different level with the preview of the "Two and a Half Men" finale. "Charlie Harper is alive. Or is he?" the network teases. The episode title seems to answer the question: “Of Course He’s Dead – Part...
  • Capsule: UConn At Tulane

    Site: Devlin Fieldhouse, New Orleans Time: 6 p.m., Saturday TV: CBS Sports Network (Brad Johansen, Alaa Abdelnaby) Radio: WTIC AM-1080, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH-AM 1490 (Joe D'Ambrosio) Series history: First meeting Streaks: UConn, W1; Tulane,...
  • Effects Of Inflation: Once Again, We're Talking About Football

    It doesn't matter if we want Deflategate. It doesn't matter if we don't want Deflategate. We NEED Deflategate. Whether the Patriots purposely took some of the air out of their footballs Sunday as they were taking all of the air out of the Indianapolis...
  • Sweeps: Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys

    Sweeps: Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys
    The February sweeps start Thursday, and you've probably noticed the increased promotion for special reports (starting Thursday) by local stations. The sweeps are usually about broadcast networks presenting big events to bolster their stations and...
  • Review: 'Backstrom'

    Review: 'Backstrom'
    "Backstrom," it turns out, is just 2015-ese for "House," with Rainn Wilson's Dwight Schrute elevated to the leading-man role the character always thought he deserved in "The Office." A mildly defective detective (sorry, Monk) with a bad attitude, Wilson's...
  • Sign here if you don't want to see Marshawn Lynch grab his crotch

    Sign here if you don't want to see Marshawn Lynch grab his crotch
    Today is Super Bowl Media Day, and I hope somebody asks Marshawn Lynch a very simple question. "Are you going to grab your crotch on Sunday?" Seattle's running back will probably be in his famed "Beast Mode," meaning we'll be lucky if he doesn't...
  • Miss Universe jolts ratings

    Miss Universe jolts ratings
    UPDATED: The 63rd annual Miss Universe Pageant gave NBC reason to cheer. CBS had the most viewers Sunday night, but NBC drew the most young adults, thanks to the pageant. Miss Universe averaged 7.7 million viewers over three hours. Miss Colombia...
  • 'Empire,' 'Scorpion,' 'Idol': week's winners

    'Empire,' 'Scorpion,' 'Idol': week's winners
    Without football, the prime-time audience fell off last week. CBS had the most viewers, and Fox was the favorite of young adults. Each network could point to strong performances by freshman dramas: "Scorpion" on CBS and "Empire" on Fox. The most-watched...
  • 'Blacklist' renewed; 'Big Big Theory' amuses

    'Blacklist' renewed; 'Big Big Theory' amuses
    On the day it is moving to Thursday nights, "The Blacklist" has been renewed for a third season. NBC also is bringing back "Chicago Fire" for season four, "Chicago P.D." for season three, "Grimm" for season five and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"...