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  • Slicing the baby in two

    "To all of our atheist friends: Thank God you're wrong." Move over, We Buy Ugly Houses.com and Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa. Here was religious faith on a billboard, refuting non-belief in letters three feet high. I was visiting Los Angeles, driving with...
  • Bingeing on the many ways to watch TV

    Bingeing on the many ways to watch TV
    In the opening segment of Sunday's 65th Primetime Emmy Awards, host Neil Patrick Harris said the industry had gathered to celebrate the best in television. "For our younger audience, that's the thing you watch on your phones," Harris quipped....
  • Discovery 3Q Profit Rises 24% On Ad Growth In U.S., Overseas

    Discovery Communiications, the operator of cable networks including Discovery and TLC, said third-quarter net income rose 24% on the strength of improved performance at both its U.S. operations and foreign holdings. The Silver Spring, Md., company, which...
  • Facebook profit surges on mobile ad sales

    SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook's 60% jump in revenues may put to rest any nagging doubts investors have had about the giant social network's ability to sell mobile ads. Advertising on mobile devices accounted for nearly half of Facebook's third...
  • Facebook posts massive 60% increase in revenue; shares surge 17%

    Facebook Inc. had another impressive quarter, reporting strong profit and revenue that soundly beat Wall Street expectations. The world's largest social network said it earned $425 million, or 17 cents a share, compared with a $59-million loss a year...
  • All eyes on mobile ads as Facebook reports third-quarter results

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Will Facebook wow investors with mobile again? That’s the question as the giant social network prepares to report third-quarter earnings after the closing bell Wednesday. The company excised some of the concerns that dogged...
  • Oscar Ad Prices Hit All-Time High as ABC Sells Out 2014 Telecast (EXCLUSIVE)

    Madison Avenue is placing new importance on the Oscars. ABC has sold out its advertising inventory for its March 2 broadcast of the Academy Awards, according to media buyers and other people familiar with negotiations for the event, and has been...
  • Comcast 3Q Revenue Dips Without Benefit Of Olympics

    Comcast Corp. said third quarter net income fell to approximately $1.723 billion, or 65 cents per share, from $2.113 billion, or 78 cents a share, in the year-earlier period, the result of comparisons with a year-earlier quarter that included one-time...
  • How Subway Sandwiches Devoured TV's Shows, Scripts

    In real life, people chow down on everything from McDonald's to Chinese food. So why does it feel like everyone on TV has a yen for Subway sandwiches? Over the past six years or so, Subway has chomped its way into dialogue, plotlines and sets on...
  • L.A. fights plague of garbage in central city neighborhoods

    L.A. fights plague of garbage in central city neighborhoods
    Jose Fernandez looked out his apartment window near MacArthur Park and admitted, in defeat, that he's grown accustomed to the view: Torn couches, dingy mattresses, broken dressers, dusty headboards. The procession of rejected furniture piles high...
  • Two distant worlds meet in Wyoming's smallest town

    Two distant worlds meet in Wyoming's smallest town
    They're two men from nations once at war, faraway realms with starkly foreign languages, cultures and such opposing weather as frozen wind and tropical heat. But these days, Don Sammons and Nguyen Dinh Pham prefer to concentrate on what they have in...