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  • Standoff over Dodgers games could be defining moment in sports TV

    Standoff over Dodgers games could be defining moment in sports TV
    The Dodgers are in first place in their division and gunning for a berth in the World Series in October. But as the second half of the season begins Friday, most local fans aren't able to watch any of it on television. Off the field no progress has been...
  • Fitness Files: Pushing pills for profit, not health

    "Stay out of my bedroom!" I yell at the TV set, as an ad suggests another erectile dysfunction helper. "Hey, menopause isn't a disease, get it?" I scream at the ad hawking a pill to extinguish hot flashes. "Oh really!" I fume. "If I take your little...
  • Durban Festival: 'My Hood's' Fresh Take on Docs

    "My Hood," a new series of six short films, takes an insider's view of the transforming South African urban landscape, a landscape transformed by a post-apartheid influx of people seeking to make a living in the cities -- Johannesburg in particular --...
  • Durban Festival: Restless Producers Move Into High-End TV

    London-based producer Tendeka Matatu has been keeping busy ahead of this month's Durban film fest. In May, he and partner Marie Lora-Mungai announced the launch of Restless Talent Management, a global management company for African talent, and the pair...
  • George M. Thomas: LeBron always thinking beyond basketball

    Poverty has a way of affecting people that should never be underestimated. Far too often, those who continue to hold power in this country assume that those forced to live in that situation choose to do so. Whether it's a young boy who grew up in the...
  • The Mistake Room brings global view to gritty downtown L.A. art scene

    The Mistake Room brings global view to gritty downtown L.A. art scene
    Construction workers hammer away in a warehouse near the southern edge of downtown Los Angeles. A buzz saw hits fever pitch, screeching in the background; the air is thick with dust. Art entrepreneur and curator Cesar Garcia, who is turning this...
  • NFL doesn't have problem if announcers opt not to say 'Redskins'

    The National Football League doesn't have a problem with announcers who don't want to use the name "Redskins" when covering games involving the Washington franchise. "We don’t dictate to our broadcast partners how they cover the game," said NFL...
  • Malaysia's airplane nightmare repeats in Ukraine

    Malaysia's airplane nightmare repeats in Ukraine
    News of the crash of Flight MH17 first reached Malaysia through social media around 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, and the first reaction of many was simple and predictable: how could this happen again? After all, it’s only been four months since...
  • Israeli military thrust into Gaza sows terror, defiance

    GAZA (Reuters) - Gaza's Palestinians hunkered down in fear for their lives while Hamas militants urged defiance after Israel sent forces into the densely populated territory on Thursday after 10 days of cross-border fire. [ID:nL6N0PT00D] Residents...
  • Rob Owen: CBS gives 'Good Wife' new lead-in

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. CBS will pair its returning prestige project, "The Good Wife," with a newcomer that tries to give off a similar polish. Tea Leoni stars in "Madam Secretary" (8 p.m. Sunday starting Sept. 21) as a CIA analyst tapped to become the...
  • 'The Strain' spreads; 'Facts of Life' reunion

    'The Strain' spreads; 'Facts of Life' reunion
    A few weekend highlights to keep in mind: 1. "The Strain," 10 p.m. Sunday, FX This vampire drama is one of the summer's most entertaining new series. If you missed the premiere, FX repeats it at 11 p.m. Friday (tonight). The tension builds in the...