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  • UCF coach George O'Leary wants to keep Knights in national spotlight

    UCF coach George O'Leary wants to keep Knights in national spotlight
    National television exposure outside of Saturday could be the new "golden ticket" for college football teams standing on the outskirts of Power 5 conferences. Certainly, at least, in the mind of UCF football coach George O'Leary. Outside of sustaining...
  • NBC, Fox announce lineups for next year

    NBC and Fox have kicked off the week when the five major networks announce their schedules for the 2015-16 TV season. While FOX is making only a few adjustments, NBC is starting from scratch after a less than stellar 2013-14 lineup. NBC The only NBC...
  • Fox brings back 'American Idol' for final season

    Fox brings back 'American Idol' for final season
    Fox will add comedies with Rob Lowe and John Stamos in the fall and bring back "American Idol" for a 15th and final season in January. The network announced Monday that it will schedule five new series -- two half-hour sitcoms and three hour-long...
  • It's hard to say goodbye to this TV institution

    The summer of 1980 was the first time I can remember feeling like I had made a pop culture discovery. There was this guy named David Letterman, and he had this weird little comedy show on NBC in the morning. It was there that I saw for the first time...
  • Reunited ad agency navigates the digital age

    MINNEAPOLIS Mame O'Meara and Sue Dubbs didn't much care for each other when they worked as associate media directors at competing Minneapolis ad agencies in the early 1980s. To clarify: They really did not like one another, especially after their now-...
  • 'American Idol,' 'Dancing,' 'Voice': This week

    The season finales accelerate as the broadcast networks announce their fall schedules this week. "American Idol," once TV’s hottest series, has cooled off considerably as its 14th season concludes.¬†Clark Beckham, Nick Fradiani and Jax are the...
  • TV networks 'on the defensive' as online video outlets take market share

    TV networks 'on the defensive' as online video outlets take market share
    The usual array of big-name stars and new shows will be trotted out next week when broadcast and cable networks roll out their fall programming plans at the annual "upfront" presentations for advertisers. But there will also be a lot of tough talk about...
  • The Crowd: Women of television lead Chapman panel

    The Crowd: Women of television lead Chapman panel
    Television is the media kingpin of information, like it or not. Today the video images may be delivered via multiple devices but make no mistake, as Marshall McLuhan famously stated long ago, "The medium is the message." Recently, Chapman University's...
  • Cable companies are scrambling as more viewers become cord-cutters

    Cable companies are scrambling as more viewers become cord-cutters
    The cable TV industry is setting its sights on consumers who are shunning their business. Viewers who get their favorite shows for free by using over-the-air antennas have made "OTA" the buzzy acronym at the Internet & Television Expo being held this...
  • Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards

    Chicago Tribune wins 26 Lisagor awards
    The Chicago Tribune took home 26 Peter Lisagor Awards for outstanding journalism at Friday night's competition hosted by the Chicago Headline Club. Among the winners, Tribune reporters David Jackson, Gary Marx and Duaa Eldeib were awarded best...
  • CBS cancels first-season dramas 'Battle Creek,' 'Stalker'

    CBS cancels first-season dramas 'Battle Creek,' 'Stalker'
    The battles are over for "Battle Creek" -- and "Stalker" too. Word came late Friday that CBS has axed "Battle Creek" the low-rated crime drama from "Breaking Bad" mastermind Vince Gilligan, starring Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters as mismatched lawmen...