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  • Apple Watch isn't the only gadget out this week

    The public will have its first chance to see, touch and buy the Apple Watch on Friday, as Apple stores in the U.S. and eight markets abroad start previews and online orders commence. Prices start at $349, but can go as high as $17,000 for a luxury...
  • How to hear the Orioles Opening Day radio broadcast

    How to hear the Orioles Opening Day radio broadcast
    In case you missed it and you’re trying to find a way to listen or watch Friday’s home opener, the Orioles switched flagship radio stations in January. CBS Radio's WJZ (105.7 FM) will broadcast all 162 regular-season games, as well as...
  • Pay more attention to Rory McIlroy less to Tiger Woods: CBS' Jim Nantz

    Pay more attention to Rory McIlroy less to Tiger Woods: CBS' Jim Nantz
    CBS booked Jim Nantz for an hour of radio interviews the day before the opening round of the PGA Championship last August. While he expected the perfunctory Tiger Woods questions, Nantz thought he also would be asked about Rory McIlroy, who was on fire...
  • Lionsgate and Comic-Con to launch video streaming service

    Lionsgate and Comic-Con to launch video streaming service
    Movie studio Lionsgate and Comic-Con International are set to launch a new streaming video service this year, as viewing habits continue to move online, especially among the young. The Santa Monica-based mini-major studio behind the blockbuster “...
  • John Legend goes Pop with an a cappella documentary series

    John Legend goes Pop with an a cappella documentary series
    Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter John Legend is executive producing a documentary-style series on an a capella compeition series for cable network Pop. Pop, the former TV Guide Network that has been renamed and marketed as a destination for pop...
  • Producer: Improvising OK for US actors, Brits 'freak out'

    American actors don't always stick to the script the way their U.K. counterparts do, but that's OK, according to two top writer-producers. British actors "really freak out" when given the freedom to change their lines, Lee Daniels, executive producer...
  • Veteran CBS newsman Bob Schieffer to retire this summer

    Veteran CBS newsman Bob Schieffer to retire this summer
    Veteran CBS News "Face the Nation" moderator Bob Schieffer announced Wednesday at the Texas journalism school named for him that he'll be retiring this summer. It's not his first retirement announcement but, at age 78, looks like it has a good chance of...
  • Keeping score on credit

    The use of credit scores and reports dates back nearly 60 years. In 1956, engineer Bill Fair and mathematician Earl Isaac formed the Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO) on the premise that data could be mined and used to inform business decisions. Two years...
  • ABC breaks NBC's winning streak in evening news

    NBC's "Nightly News" lost the weekly ratings competition for the first time since 2009 — and for the first time since anchor Brian Williams was suspended in February for telling a false story about his reporting from the Iraq War. ABC's "World News...
  • Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game

    Greg Gumbel couldn't have been listening to Bo Ryan after the NCAA title game
    TV studio anchors often have a difficult task because they're listening to what others around the desk are saying in one ear and have to listen to the producer barking instructions constantly in the other ear. The latter must have distracted CBS host...
  • James Best, Sheriff Rosco on 'Dukes of Hazzard,' dies at 88

    James Best, whose prolific career included 83 movies and 600 TV shows but is best remembered for his role as Rosco P. Coltrane, the bumbling sheriff on "The Dukes of Hazzard," died Monday night in Hickory, N.C. Best was 88. He died in hospice after a...