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  • Baltimore Sun Media Group Executive Profiles

      Timothy E. Ryan Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Timothy (Tim) E. Ryan has served as publisher, president and chief executive officer of the Baltimore Sun Media Group since 2007. In 2010, he also became publisher and CEO for additional...
  • CBS wins week in ratings despite 'SNL'

    Television viewers were clearly curious about the anniversary party that "Saturday Night Live" threw for itself on Sunday, with more than 23 million viewers tuning in. The Nielsen company said it was the highest-rated entertainment telecast on NBC...
  • Los Angeles Times Forms Venture with Award-Winning Journalist Jose-Antonio Vargas to Create #EmergingUS Media Platform

    The Los Angeles Times today announced a venture with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to establish #EmergingUS, a multimedia platform which will explore the evolving American identity in the 21st century. Vargas will lead an effort to write commentary...
  • With new mobile apps, states engage citizens via smartphone

    Are you tonight's designated driver looking for a sober place to hang out while your buddies drink? The state of California has a mobile application you can download that pinpoints welcoming places and money-saving deals while you wait to take everyone...
  • N.C. killings linked to Islamophobia

    N.C. killings linked to Islamophobia
    As a result of rampant Islamophobia in much of the media, three Muslim-American honors students who extensively volunteered for charities were killed in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on Feb. 10 ("Police investigate hate crime theory after 3 slain in N.C.,"...
  • Boston's had it up to here with latest snowstorm

    Boston's had it up to here with latest snowstorm
    A yeti-shaped figure, struggling through the snow. Cities and neighborhoods turning into frozen dunescapes. Snowdrifts as tall as windows, fences and street signs. It's either the apocalypse or 2015 is off to a really rough start for New England, and...
  • 4 rules to keep technology from ruining your relationship

    SAN JOSE, Calif. When you gaze into your partner's eyes on Valentine's Day, will they be lit by the warm glow of a candle or the artificial light of a smartphone screen? While technology has made meeting potential partners and communicating with loved...
  • 'Fifty Shades' success upends thinking about winter movies

    'Fifty Shades' success upends thinking about winter movies
    Valentine's Day movies were once forgettable, midrange affairs, romances that took in decent sums and disappeared as quickly as the contents of a holiday chocolate box. But by racking up $94 million in domestic ticket sales since it opened Friday, the...
  • The big lie of TV news

    The big lie of TV news
    NBC News anchor Brian Williams made himself the story. I think I know why. I am a physician and former medical reporter at WBBM-Ch. 2. I had the same role at stations in Minneapolis. In more than 25 years in broadcast TV, I learned two truisms. •...
  • The Internet isn't broken. Obama doesn't need to 'fix' it.

    If you like your wireless plan, you should be able to keep it. But new federal regulations may take away your freedom to choose the best broadband plan for you. It's all part of the federal government's 332-page plan to regulate the Internet like a public...
  • 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,...