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  • Tribune Media profit boosted by acquisitions

    Tribune Media profit boosted by acquisitions
    Tribune Media saw its earnings grow 25 percent in the second quarter, according to financial statements released Tuesday morning. The Chicago-based media company reported a net income of $82.9 million, up from $66.3 million in the same quarter a year...
  • Listen to a snippet of Kanye West's 'All Day'

    Listen to a snippet of Kanye West's 'All Day'
    Earlier today, cable network Revolt liberated what is rumored to be a snippet of the new Kanye West song. Titled "All Day," the two-minute preview is a glimpse into what post-Yeezus Kanye sounds like. Bass! Smack talk! I'm already over the moon for it. ...
  • 3 plans to save money on cable and Internet

    Last month Veronica Belmont called Comcast trying to cancel her Internet service. The "retention agent" on the other end of the line made it very, very difficult. At some point Belmont passed the phone to her husband, who began a recording that has...
  • Fairness for college athletes

    In ruling that the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. illegally restrained competition for top student football and basketball players, U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken could have obliterated the last remnants of amateurism in major college sports....
  • With 'The Knick,' Cinemax tries a grown-up brand of adult programming

    For decades, watching Cinemax could trigger a spiral of shame. Many voyeurs waited until their parents or spouse fell asleep, then crawled out of bed, tiptoed down to the living room and watched "The Great Bikini Bowling Bash" at low volume in the dark....
  • Community group plans forum for council candidates

    Mesa Verde Community Inc. is hosting a Costa Mesa City Council candidate forum Thursday evening. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Neighborhood Community Center, 1845 Park Ave. The nonprofit's president, Darnell Wyrick, is the moderator. Mesa Verde...
  • Fox Sports Taps YouTube Space LA for Social-Focused @TheBuzzer Web Show

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Fox Sports, looking to deepen its reach with younger audiences on social platforms, has partnered with YouTube Space LA to produce a daily web-video series explicitly focused on fast-breaking stories that will be shared online....
  • 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...
  • Dora the Explorer is growing up and getting a spinoff series

    Dora the Explorer is growing up and getting a spinoff series
    Dora Marquez, as the pint-sized global superstar herself might say, has gotten muy grande. The beloved cartoon character first walked her tiny feet into the hearts of children 14 years ago with the premiere of "Dora the Explorer" as part of Nickelodeon'...
  • Ed Harris Joins HBO's 'Westworld' as Key Villain

    Ed Harris is heading to TV in a villainous role. The "Apollo 13" and "The Abyss" actor has signed on to join HBO's "Westworld" in key evil role, Variety has confirmed. He joins an already-announced cast of Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright and Shannon...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: NCAA ruling and the myth of the student athlete

    WASHINGTON It may take a bit longer but it seems clear that college athletics is about to change dramatically and one of the most autocratic, often overbearing institutions ever conceived might never be the same. It's about time. The NCAA with its...