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  • 'Butler' likely to beat 'Mortal'; ESPN ditches PBS collaboration

    After the coffee. Before catching up with Affleck-as-Batman tweets.  The Skinny: This weekend I'm headed to KCON, the K-pop convention here in Los Angeles, which should be quite an energetic scene. Today, I'll be bracing myself while listening to Neko...
  • ESPN pulls logo and credit from 'Frontline's' 'League of Denial'

    ESPN pulls logo and credit from 'Frontline's' 'League of Denial'
    ESPN has asked to have its logos and credit removed from an upcoming episode of the PBS series "Frontline" that examines head injuries of football players and the response to them by the National Football League. "League of Denial," a two-hour...
  • Digiplex theater chain kicks off football documentary

    Digiplex theater chain kicks off football documentary
    A documentary about the topical issue of injuries to football players, "The United States of Football," hits cinemas nationwide Friday, thanks to an unusual partnership between a small theater chain and a film production-and-distribution company....
  • 'Hell's Kitchen' Season 11 winner Ja'Nel Witt not taking job

    'Hell's Kitchen' Season 11 winner Ja'Nel Witt not taking job
    "Hell's Kitchen" Season 11 winner Ja'Nel Witt is parting ways with chef Gordon Ramsay. Less than one month ago, Fox TV audiences saw Witt raising a glass of bubbly with Ramsay after enduring the job interview from hell to land a job at the Gordon Ramsay...
  • ESPN denies it quit head injuries documentary over NFL ties

    ESPN denies it quit head injuries documentary over NFL ties
    (Reuters) - ESPN said it has pulled out of a documentary with PBS' "Frontline" about head injuries in the National Football League, but the Walt Disney co-owned sports network denied a media report that its decision was due to pressure from the NFL....
  • So far, there's nothing revolutionary about Al Jazeera America

    Fires may rage and the U.N. roil, but let's scratch one hot-button concern off the national agenda: Al Jazeera America will not be overthrowing the American way of life any time soon. During its first week on air, even with a news cycle heavy on Syria,...
  • TV ratings: No contest for 'Big Brother' Thursday night

    TV ratings: No contest for 'Big Brother' Thursday night
    It's now been about three weeks since any "Big Brother" contestants set off major controversies with racist and homophobic remarks or jokes about child pornography. Nonetheless, the CBS reality series increased its ratings from last week to win Thursday...
  • Review: "American Masters: Billie Jean King"

    Although Billie Jean King is described as the first "sports figure" to be featured on "American Masters," her cultural influence obviously goes well beyond lobs and volleys, as this crisp 90-minute documentary makes clear. Timed to commemorate the 40th...
  • PBS Extends 'NewsHour' To Weekend To Lure Digital Crowd

    Public television's venerable "NewsHour" is loosening up for the weekend. This is PBS, so all things are relative: The show may undo its collar, but it won't be stripping down to a bathing suit. When fans of the PBS perennial tune in for the program's...
  • Death and taxes -- and a funeral and a casket? Maybe, maybe not.

    Death and taxes -- and a funeral and a casket? Maybe, maybe not.
    Open casket or closed? Cremation or burial? The answers to these questions about what to do after a loved one dies are seldom met with criticism or even much of a reaction. The questions are matter-of-fact, sometimes asked by someone who wants to...
  • Fast-food worker strikes coming to Los Angeles; higher wages sought

    The fight for higher fast-food wages is coming to Los Angeles. Just a few days before Labor Day, restaurant workers plan to walk off the job at big-name chains around Southern California to demand $15-an-hour pay, according to organizers. The...