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  • NCAA Final Four: Remember, you've got three options for Saturday night's games

    NCAA Final Four: Remember, you've got three options for Saturday night's games
    Don't be fooled if you wander to truTV or TNT tonight and get biased broadcasts on the Final Four games. It's by design. TBS is where you want to be for the neutral broadcast with Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery. Both truTV and TNT will have...
  • Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89

     Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89
    Tom Koch, a laconic satirist whose refined sense of the absurdities of everyday life informed thousands of radio scripts for the comedy team Bob and Ray as well as a memorable Mad magazine sports spoof called "43-Man Squamish," died March 22 at his Laguna...
  • 'A.D. the Bible Continues' a Sunday school lesson in your den

     'A.D. the Bible Continues' a Sunday school lesson in your den
    Maybe the only thing more daunting than living up to the expectations of a miniseries called "The Bible" is making the sequel. After you've chronicled the birth, life and crucifixion of the only son of God, how do you top that? Add a talking cat? That...
  • 'American Idol': How low can it go?

    'American Idol': How low can it go?
    UPDATED: Time to sing a sad song for "American Idol." Or maybe get the hook?  The Fox singing contest drew just 6.6 million viewers Wednesday night. The show posted all-time lows in viewers and the 18-to-49 age group. From last week, "Idol" was down...
  • Bob Schieffer saved CBS News

    Bob Schieffer saved CBS News
    In announcing that Bob Schieffer is retiring this summer, CBS News left out his most important contribution: He saved the news division. Schieffer, who is 78, replaced Dan Rather on the "CBS Evening News" in 2005 and restored luster to that program...
  • 'Big Bang Theory' has ratings force with it

    'Big Bang Theory' has ratings force with it
    UPDATED: Sheldon Cooper found several ways to win Thursday night. He had the most viewers with a new "Big Bang Theory" on CBS that explored his fascination with George Lucas and Doctor Who. The new "Big Bang" averaged 13.9 million viewers, biggest...
  • Chris Hansen using Kickstarter to get back to catching predators

    Chris Hansen using Kickstarter to get back to catching predators
    Chris Hansen is going back into the predator-catching business, but this time he's asking his fans to help him. The veteran network news correspondent, known for the "Dateline NBC" investigative series "To Catch a Predator," is turning to crowd...
  • Jordan Spieth helps Masters TV ratings soar

    Jordan Spieth helps Masters TV ratings soar
    Was it the Jordan Spieth factor? An estimated 14 million viewers tuned in to CBS to watch Spieth clinch the Masters title Sunday. The 8.7 national rating was up 26 percent over last year when Bubba Watson outlasted Spieth on the final day. There...
  • Television puts more faith in religious-themed projects

    Television puts more faith in religious-themed projects
    This spring, a complicated new protagonist is coming to television. A mysterious but charismatic figure from modest origins, he inspires fierce loyalty in his scrappy band of followers but is dismissed as a dangerous impostor. No, he's not the latest...
  • Trevor Noah to be Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show' replacement

    Trevor Noah to be Jon Stewart's 'The Daily Show' replacement
    Trevor Noah, a 31-year-old comedian who has been a contributor to Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," will be the program's new host when current host Jon Stewart leaves later this year, the network announced Monday. “Trevor Noah is an enormous...
  • FCC delays review of Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DirecTV mergers

    FCC delays review of Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DirecTV mergers
    The Federal Communications Commission has acknowledged that its reviews of two enormous media mergers have been delayed. The FCC on Friday officially stopped its so-called "shot clock" on its reviews of Comcast's proposed $45-billion takeover of Time...