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  • Fox adds channels to its over-the-air TV lineup

    Fox adds channels to its over-the-air TV lineup
    TV lovers in the Lehigh Valley and beyond who watch shows, movies or other programming via antenna will be able to add more stations to their lineups. Fox Television said Monday that residents of the Valley and elsewhere who get their TV via antenna...
  • In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant

    In Internet age, ratings show TV news remains relevant
    The television news business is trying hard to catch up with rapidly changing technology. Americans are getting more of their news from their Twitter feeds, friends' Facebook posts and websites such as Reddit. There are live bloggers who chronicle...
  • First F-150 ads focus on durability, not fuel economy

    DETROIT The first national advertising campaign for the 2015 Ford F-150 will begin airing Wednesday to tout the capability of the new truck. Notably absent in the first three TV spots is any mention of the fuel economy figures for the lighter, aluminum-...
  • Prolific reality producer Howard Schultz dies at 61

    Prolific reality producer Howard Schultz dies at 61
    Howard Schultz, a prolific unscripted TV producer who started out in Chicago, died Monday while on vacation in Hawaii. He was 61. Schultz's most recent hits included VH1's "Dating Naked" and MTV's "Are You the One?" Schultz was head of Lighthearted...
  • A week with reruns and Christmas saw a dip in TV viewing, but CBS retained its prime-time lead

    As Americans trimmed the tree last week and hung their stockings with care, many viewers turned away from TV screens. During a week of mostly reruns, total prime-time viewership of the Big Four networks dipped by 25 percent from the week before. Even so,...
  • Captain Comics: Flying high on TV in 2014

    The biggest story about comics in 2014 wasn't in comic books, or even in comic shops. It was on TV. Three new shows based on comics debuted this past fall, joining three already on the screen. If you count "Marvel's Agent Carter" which will run for eight...
  • Midseason TV preview: 'Better Call Saul,' 'Empire,' 'The Odd Couple' among the fresh fare

    Who will win Lady Mary's heart on "Downton Abbey"? Is there any life left in "American Idol"? Are Hannah and her "Girls" friends finally ready to grow up? Can Larry Wilmore fill Stephen Colbert's late-night shoes? These are among the key questions as...
  • Firms turn to online 'influencers' to spread the word on social media

    Firms turn to online 'influencers' to spread the word on social media
    After making a chancy investment to open a temporary storefront at the Grove mall this Christmas season, online retailer Revolve Clothing clicked open what it calls its bible and did more than just pray for success. For Revolve's five-person marketing...
  • 'Last Man on Earth' has the last laugh

     'Last Man on Earth' has the last laugh
    So if the world as we know it suddenly ended — let's leave the details aside for the moment — how would you spend your time on a depopulated but otherwise mostly intact planet? Most people probably haven't thought this one through in much...
  • TV networks shuffle lineups at midseason

    It's the TV mid-season and that means a lot of changes for the networks. There are holes to fill after fall launches crashed and burned rest in peace, "Selfie." This has also become a time for short-run series to be wedged into lineups as a way of...
  • DreamWorks' chief creative officer steps down

    DreamWorks' chief creative officer steps down
    DreamWorks Animation announced that its chief creative officer Bill Damaschke will step down from his position as veteran producers Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria transition into co-presidents of feature animation, according to the Los Angeles Times. ...