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  • Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests

    Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., will be a guest this weekend on NBC's "Meet the Press, CBS' "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union." The Sunday guest list: Mitt Romney and Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., are guests on "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on...
  • Simple antenna can help kick costly cable TV habit

    Simple antenna can help kick costly cable TV habit
    As more people rethink ways to get television programming outside the traditional cable and satellite companies, the unsung TV antenna is becoming a fundamental component of their cord-cutting strategy. That makes sense. Not only are broadcast TV...
  • Why originality is overrated when it comes to TV -- and business

    Why originality is overrated when it comes to TV -- and business
    I've probably said it before, but originality is overrated. Which is why the most valuable tool in any enterprise's development arsenal just may be a feather duster, to make presentable something it already has and consumers already know. This is true...
  • 'Walking Dead,' Nik Wallenda, Prince: this weekend

    'Walking Dead,' Nik Wallenda, Prince: this weekend
    Football, great actors and daring stunts figure in this weekend's highlights: Previews for "The Walking Dead" reveal that this weekend's episode, "Slabtown," gives an update on the missing Beth (Emily Kinney). AMC's preview reads: "We get to meet a whole...
  • PBS NewsHour Enters Partnership With The Atlantic Magazine

    The Atlantic magazine is teaming up with PBS's "NewsHour" in a pact that will produce the first regular broadcast adaptation rof reporting from the periodical, which focuses on long-form journalism and ideas. The PBS program and the magazine will...
  • Chef Steve Martorano de Ft. Lauderdale expande su imperio

    Chef Steve Martorano de Ft. Lauderdale expande su imperio
    Steve Martorano maneja cinco restaurantes. Jarros de su salsa para las pastas se venden en Publix. Tiene su propia marca de vinos y línea de ropa. A pesar de semejante éxito, el chef de Fort Lauderdale y empresario de restaurantes piensa que todo podría...
  • PBS Offers Digital Sneak Peek of Kids' Series 'Odd Squad' Before November Debut

    "Odd Squad," a new series about problem-solving kid detectives, won't appear in full on PBS's airwaves until late November - but the audience most likely to watch the program will be able to get clues about it starting today. In the latest signal that TV...
  • Frontline offers harrowing, revealing look into ISIS tonight

    Frontline offers harrowing, revealing look into ISIS tonight
    There have been times the last few years when it has felt like "Frontline" was the last, hard-hitting journalistic outfit left on American television. Screening its latest report, "The Rise of ISIS," was another one of those moments for me. It premieres...
  • Review: Frontline's 'The Rise of ISIS,' Al Jazeera America's 'Informants'

    Review: Frontline's 'The Rise of ISIS,' Al Jazeera America's 'Informants'
    "Frontline" continues to perform vital work in its coverage of the Middle East and the battle against terrorism, with its latest, "The Rise of ISIS," forging what amounts to a sobering, well-reported trilogy with "Losing Iraq" and "The United States of...
  • Commentary: Why is Barack Obama so hated?

    Commentary: Why is Barack Obama so hated?
    Why is Barack Obama so hated? The question cropped up several times Tuesday on "CBS This Morning." CBS News political director John Dickerson looked at what will follow next week's midterms if the Republicans win the Senate. "The question is after this...
  • Poor Barack? Just ask Bill Clinton about extreme partisanship

     Poor Barack? Just ask Bill Clinton about extreme partisanship
    Bill Clinton doesn't get enough credit for what he achieved as president in spite of his fierce right-wing opposition. Just ask him. Charlie Rose on PBS asked him last month what the single biggest misconception about his presidency was. The former...