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Television Industry

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  • Al Terzi: The 7th Of October, My Very Close Call

    October 7 is a very special day on the calendar at our house.   Over the years, we have, coincidentally, experienced a number of momentous events on this date, events that have brought us great joy or intense grief, and everything in between.   For...
  • Preditor, Programming

    POSITION: Preditor, Programming DATE: 12/1/10 DEPARTMENT: Creative Services & Marketing REPORTS TO: Senior Preditor, Programming ROLE: Responsible for writing, producing, shooting and editing for CT1 Media Special Programming Team. Manages multiple...
  • P/T Weekend Broadcast Maintenance Engineer (A.M.)

    WTIC/WCCT - TV JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: P/T Weekend Broadcast Maintenance Engineer (A.M.) DATE: 6/13/11 DEPARTMENT: Engineering REPORTS TO: Director of Broadcast Engineering ROLE: Acts as a Broadcast Maintenance Engineer for WTIC/WCCT - TV...
  • Craig Ferguson Signs Off 'Late Late Show' with Jay Leno, Homage to Classic TV Finales

    A wistful Craig Ferguson wrapped a 10-year run on CBS' "The Late Late Show" on Friday with a surprise closing segment that paid tribute to a handful of classic TV series finales. SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading if you haven't seen Friday's edition of "The...
  • Produce industry promises to improve Mexican farmworker conditions

    Produce industry promises to improve Mexican farmworker conditions
    Produce industry officials on both sides of the border say they are launching an effort to ensure that workers at thousands of Mexican farms that export fruit and vegetables to the United States have safe and sanitary housing, decent wages and access to...
  • Minnie Driver pulls up stakes in Hollywood Hills

    Minnie Driver pulls up stakes in Hollywood Hills
    Minnie Driver, who starred in the TV miniseries "The Red Tent," has pulled up stakes, selling her Hollywood Hills home for $1.5 million. The Spanish-style house, built in 1926 and boasting original details, features a central courtyard. Designed for...
  • Review: 'The Nutcracker' from Orlando Ballet

     Review: 'The Nutcracker' from Orlando Ballet
    Orlando Ballet's annual production of "The Nutcracker" has moved to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. In its new home, it hasn't lost any of the visual qualities that make the production such a treat: eye-catching costumes, a handsome set,...
  • Time Warner Cable hikes customer fees for sports channels, Internet modems

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Time Warner Cable will soon charge its 15 million customers for watching sports as the major cable provider tries compensating for the rising costs of broadcasting local channels and athletic programming. Effective Jan. 1, the cable...
  • DirecTV Launches Fox's Suite of Internet TV Services

    DirecTV has launched Fox Networks' lineup of authenticated Internet-video services, with the satcaster having representing the last major pay-TV holdout for the programmer's TV Everywhere push. Under the agreement, DirecTV's 20 million U.S. satellite...
  • How Syria policy stalled under the 'analyst in chief'

    (In Oct. 9 story, corrects paragraph 12 to clarify that size of Obama's National Security Council staff has continued to grow, rather than "has nearly doubled", after the White House clarified numbers it had provided to Reuters. ) Throughout 2012, as...
  • COLCOA French Film Festival Bows TV Competition

    PARIS- COLCOA, the L.A.-set French film festival, is kicking off a competition lineup dedicated to TV titles for its 19th edition. Backed by the Franco-American Cultural Fund (FACF) and promotion org TV France International, COLCOA Television will...