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  • Turner 'Teamcast' will give Final Four local feel

    Turner 'Teamcast' will give Final Four local feel
    The next phase in sports TV is here. The days of one game, one channel likely are coming to an end. At least for the biggest games. Turner Sports is rolling out "Teamcast" for its first-time ever coverage of the Final Four on Saturday in Arlington,...
  • ACM and CMA square off in awards show showdown

    ACM and CMA square off in awards show showdown
    Broad of shoulder and booming of voice, Bob Romeo is a memorable guy with a seemingly memorable job title: chief executive of the Academy of Country Music. Based in Encino, it's one of that genre's two principal trade groups along with Nashville's...
  • The fight over Dodgers between Time Warner Cable, DirecTV is par for the course

    The fight over Dodgers between Time Warner Cable, DirecTV is par for the course
    Time Warner Cable and DirecTV are so far apart on a distribution deal for the new Dodger channel SportsNet LA that the two companies can't even agree on whether they are negotiating or not. On Thursday, Time Warner Cable Executive Vice President Melinda...
  • David Letterman says he will retire at end of 2015

    David Letterman says he will retire at end of 2015
    The changing of the guard in latenight TV continues with David Letterman today telling a studio audience that he plans to retire at the end of 2015 after what will be 22 years on CBS. The 66-year-old comedian is network TV's longest running latenight...
  • TV ratings: 'Millers' jumps as CBS wins; 'Wonderland' ends low

    TV ratings: 'Millers' jumps as CBS wins; 'Wonderland' ends low
    CBS was the top network Thursday night as "The Millers" surged week-to-week in the ratings, according to early numbers from Nielsen.  The Will Arnett comedy, which drew 11.4 million viewers overall, earned a rating of 2.9 in the key 18-to-49-year-old...
  • Time Warner Cable says talks with DirecTV for Dodgers channel are over

    Time Warner Cable says talks with DirecTV for Dodgers channel are over
    DirecTV subscribers may have to go without the Dodgers for this season and the foreseeable future. Time Warner Cable, handling distribution of the new Dodgers-owned channel SportsNet LA, said DirecTV has ended serious negotiations. "DirecTV has...
  • David Letterman retiring in 2015

    NEW YORK — The days are numbered for stupid human tricks and goofy Top 10 lists: David Letterman is preparing to retire from "Late Show" in 2015, in another generational upheaval that will roil the crowded late-night TV schedule. The host, who...
  • David Letterman to step down. 'Captain America' will fly high.

    David Letterman to step down. 'Captain America' will fly high.
    After the coffee. Before getting my late night audition tape to CBS. The Skinny: I hope CBS names a David Letterman successor in the next few months, I'm not sure I can take a year of speculation. As I say below, if this were 2004 instead of 2014 I'd...
  • Watching the taping of a TV sitcom

    BURBANK, Calif. With all the obvious tourist haunts that Aunt Marge from Kenosha has scrawled on her SoCal vacation checklist Disneyland and the beach, Hollywood's Walk of Fame and Venice's freaks you just know she's also going to want to be part of a...
  • Director Sandy Grossman dies, was heart of sports television's legendary A-Team

    Even behind those oversized glasses, Sandy Grossman's eyes were as intense as his can-do spirit. He was pitching one of the countless ideas he percolated during his creative career as a legendary sports television director. "We need a book on the A-Team,...
  • Bright House: We warned of change

    Bright House: We warned of change
    Some customers of Bright House Networks may be stunned that they have lost their signal in a digital transition. But the cable provider says it has been warning of the change, announced for April, since since mid-January. All televisions need a...