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  • Amex-Sponsored Documentary About Financial Hardship to Run on Young Turks' YouTube, Hulu Channels

    "Spent: Looking for Change," a documentary sponsored by American Express about Americans struggling outside the traditional financial system, will debut next week on the YouTube and Hulu channels of online news network the Young Turks. The film, narrated...
  • Jeff Bewkes: Cord Cutting 'More of a Notion Than a Reality'

    The kids are all right, Time Warner chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes assured investors and analysts at the Sanford C. Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference on Thursday. Sure, mobile devices and digital video are challenging the cable industry, but today's...
  • Kevin Reilly exits Fox Broadcasting after tough season

    Kevin Reilly exits Fox Broadcasting after tough season
    The top entertainment executive at Fox Broadcasting has resigned in the wake of a bruising television season. The departure of Kevin Reilly as chairman of entertainment for Fox comes less than three weeks after he presented a new fall schedule to...
  • Classic films fan Bill Hader back for more of TCM's Essentials Jr.

     Classic films fan Bill Hader back for more of TCM's Essentials Jr.
    Growing up in Tulsa, Okla., Bill Hader became obsessed with movies. "I would watch movies at night with my family and go to the movie theater," said the former "Saturday Night Live" funnyman. "That was my existence." Hader, 35, especially enjoyed...
  • Artist Rob Schamberger creates portraits of WWE Superstars

    Artist Rob Schamberger creates portraits of WWE Superstars
    I first discovered Rob Schamberger on Twitter, around the time the Kansas City native was promoting his artwork and prepping for a trip to Wrestlemania 29. His work has featured the likes of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson; Hulk Hogan; Randy Savage; Mae Young;...
  • Letters: Can't see what they can't hit

    Letters: Can't see what they can't hit
    I understand from reading the L.A. Times sports page that Josh Beckett threw a no-hitter followed by Hyun-Jin Ryu's seven innings of a perfect game, but I don't believe it because "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to see it...."...
  • 10 Baltimore shows and stories to look for on TV this summer

    10 Baltimore shows and stories to look for on TV this summer
    From Rep. Elijah E. Cummings playing a leading role in televised hearings on American deaths in Benghazi, to the Game Show Network visiting a Baltimore church to play matchmaker for a member of the congregation, there is going to be a distinct local...
  • Experts puzzle over $2-billion bid for Clippers

    Experts puzzle over $2-billion bid for Clippers
    Steve Ballmer's $2-billion offer for the Los Angeles Clippers — nearly four times the record sale for an NBA team — has experts puzzling over how the former Microsoft chief plans to make any money on the deal. But Ballmer, with a net worth...
  • Analysis: Kevin Reilly's Exit Opens Door to Reshaping of Fox Network Biz

    When Kevin Reilly announced his intention to step down as Fox's entertainment chairman, the knee-jerk response from people across the biz, myself included, was "so who is it?" Usually, exec transitions at that level come when the network or studio...
  • Dodgers, TWC could take legal action over SportsNet LA

     Dodgers, TWC could take legal action over SportsNet LA
    This is not the first time the Dodgers moved to a new cable television channel that most of their fans could not see. The Dodgers have been virtually invisible to much of Southern California this season. The SportsNet LA blackout hit its most...
  • PASSINGS: Joan Lorring

    Joan Lorring, 88, who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in the 1945 Bette Davis film "The Corn Is Green," died Friday, said her daughter, Andrea Sonenberg. Lorring had been ill and died in a hospital in the New York City suburb of Sleepy...