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  • Media Harassment In Ferguson, Mo., On Rise As Al Jazeera America Adds To Complaints

    Police in Ferguson, Missouri, fired rubber bullets at a news crew working for Al Jazeera America, according to the cable-news outlet, raising the number of journalists who have reported tussles with authorities there as they seek to cover violence and...
  • A look at the three finalists for MLB commissioner

    Major League Baseball owners have not had to worry about electing a new commissioner since 1992, when Milwaukee Brewers owner Bud Selig was named on an interim basis to succeed the ousted Fay Vincent. Six years later, Selig was named to baseball's top...
  • Eyewitness in fatal shooting of Michael Brown sticks to his account in various interviews

    ST. LOUIS The outrage over a Ferguson police officer's fatal shooting of Michael Brown is partly grounded in the account of the teen's friend: Dorian Johnson. Johnson, 22, may be the closest eyewitness to the shooting. He has repeatedly told media...
  • Ryan Seacrest Prods., CBS TV Studios Strike Scripted Overall Deal

    Omnipresent radio and TV personality and producer Ryan Seacrest and his eponymous shingle have partnered with CBS Television Studios on a two-year overall deal that will focus on developing scripted content. Under the pact, Ryan Seacrest Productions'...
  • Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein: Don't Call Us an 'MCN'

    Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein runs one of the biggest YouTube multichannel networks. But he shuns the MCN label -- insisting that his company's focus on videogamer and tech-fanboy audiences makes it look and feel more like a TV network. Gutstein, hired...
  • WGN America continues original programming with two new projects

    WGN America continues original programming with two new projects
    WGN America continues its push in the original programming arena, announcing Wednesday that it has given a straight-to-series order to Appalachia-set drama "Titans" and has begun initial stages on series contender "Underground." The Tribune-owned...
  • Stickergate charges 'a bunch of nonsense,' DA says

    Nazareth police Chief Thomas Trachta was called a "cupcake" by a district judge, who this week threw out charges his police department filed against three men who posted stickers around town calling for his firing. No surprise, Trachta fared just as...
  • Al Gore sues Al Jazeera America for allegedly withholding $65 million

    Former Vice President Al Gore has sued Al Jazeera America, claiming the satellite TV service owned by the Qatari royal family has withheld $65 million of the proceeds from the sale of cable channel Current TV. Gore and his business partner, Joel Hyatt,...
  • TV's new microaudiences are shaking up the business

    TV's new microaudiences are shaking up the business
    The business end of show business is made up of numbers. It's a thing of charts and tallies, receipts and ratings. There are counters on everything nowadays, toting up the hits, keeping track of followers. In television, which I write about, there are the...
  • Jumping into streaming TV

    Jumping into streaming TV
    More TV viewers are picking up so-called streaming media boxes in the hope of fulfilling a simple wish: Let me watch what I want when I want. Basically, the devices, some as small as a thumb drive, link the TV to the Internet so users can watch...
  • Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times

    Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators' new "net neutrality" rules should classify Internet providers more like public utilities to prevent them from potentially slowing users' access to some Web content, the New York Times said in an editorial in...