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  • The CNN App That Will Change TV

    I have seen the future of TV, and it is CNNgo. If the mere mention of a digital extension to a network triggers reflexive skepticism, that's understandable; all they really do is just mimic linear channels or on-demand libraries. But CNNgo, currently...
  • Save $3 on tickets to Fort Lauderdale Home and Remodeling Show

    Save $3 on $10 admission to the Fort Lauderdale Home Design and Remodeling Show on Oct. 17- 19 at the Broward County Convention Center Buy an online ticket to save $3 off a $10 adult admission. The annual show features thousands of home-improvement...
  • Bungalow expo set for Oct. 25 at Chicago State

    Bungalow expo set for Oct. 25 at Chicago State
    Home improvement specialists will offer advice to do-it-yourselfers and bungalow and vintage homeowners at the Chicago Bungalow and Vintage Home Expo South 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Jacoby D. Dickens Center at Chicago State University. The event,...
  • Neil Patrick Harris to Host the Oscars (EXCLUSIVE)

    Neil Patrick Harris will host this year's Oscars on Feb. 22, Variety has learned. Harris has performed on the Academy Awards show, but this will be his first time as host. Harris hosted the Tony Awards last year and Emmy in 2013 and 2009, so with Oscar,...
  • Jamie Durie seeks Orlando backyards

    Jamie Durie seeks Orlando backyards
    Got an overgrown backyard you don't know what to do with? Celebrity landscape designer Jamie Durie could want to help you on a new backyard makeover show. The pilot was shot in California, but the program is looking to do eight episodes in the Central...
  • HGTV at 20: Building for the Future While Staying True to Core

    More than 20 years ago, Ken Lowe was compiling a folder of ideas he thought might make interesting home-improvement shows. Those ideas became the foundation of HGTV. Even with the network in 96 million homes and solidly among the top 10 cable networks...
  • Meet the Key Team at 'America's Funniest Home Videos'

    Meet the key team behind the scenes and in front of the "AFV" camera. Michael Lewis for Variety   Vin Di Bona Creator/executive producer Originally, Vin Di Bona, above, was going to be a balladeer. As Johnny Lindy, he even had a hit in his home state of...
  • 'America's Funniest Home Videos' is Stronger Than Ever in Digital Era

    Pratfalls and goofs caught on camera made Vin Di Bona's career. But that doesn't mean the creator of "America's Funniest Home Videos" is an ideal videographer. "When my daughter graduated from high school, I panned over the stage and she'd already walked...
  • HGTV Makes Digital Connection With Viewers

    The groundwork was laid long before HGTV realized it could seize on the untapped potential of the Internet -- despite not having a website. Twenty years ago, HGTV founder Ken Lowe knew owning the network's content would allow them to repurpose the...
  • New Wave of Exotic Subcultures Takes Hold of Unscripted Series

    In January 2010, Linda Ong, president of Brooklyn-based firm Truth Co. noticed a curious parallel between the ratings for the season 1 finale of MTV's "Jersey Shore" and "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief," which aired on the same...
  • HGTV's High-End Real Estate Giveaways Draw Millions of Entries

    Lots of networks hold sweepstakes, but HGTV has been giving away high-end real estate for almost 19 of its 20 years on the air. "HGTV Dream Home was the first-ever home giveaway and is the biggest television sweepstakes in history," says Kathleen Finch,...