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  • Dodgers still need to get TV act together

    Dodgers still need to get TV act together
    Finally, somebody is putting the Dodgers on more television sets.
  • Why I'm glad the Dodgers may be blacked out again this season

    Why I'm glad the Dodgers may be blacked out again this season
    My colleagues Bill Plaschke, Bill Shaikin and Meg James are reporting that for the second year in a row, Los Angeles Dodger games may be blacked out for TV viewers in Southern California, except for subscribers to Time Warner Cable.  Why? Because TWC,...

    Dead Brother's Name Keeps Showing Up As Her Caller ID

    Dead Brother's Name Keeps Showing Up As Her Caller ID
    Caller ID, like a cable box with automatic time set, is a fundamental technology of modern life that everyone takes for granted until it does not work. When Caller ID failed Stephanie Summers of Willington, though, it was such an over-the-top, macabre...

    Better broadband at better prices? Welcome to Charter CEO's fantasy

    Better broadband at better prices? Welcome to Charter CEO's fantasy
    To hear the chief executive of Charter Communications tell it, his company's acquisition of Time Warner Cable will mean a better broadband experience for all. "We'll offer consumers a broadband product that makes watching online video, gaming and...

    Do flight attendants really hate their passengers?

    Do flight attendants really hate their passengers?
    When, exactly, did flight attendants stop caring about us? I ask for two reasons: First, because of the luscious new trailers for the upcoming TV show "Pan Am," which depicts svelte young stewardesses -- yes, that's what they were called back then --...