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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Moves by HBO, CBS could be tipping point for a la carte pricing

    Moves by HBO, CBS could be tipping point for a la carte pricing
    In the Game of Thrones that is the pay-TV industry, HBO has unleashed the dragons. The premium network said it would offer an online streaming service next year, making its programs available for the first time to anyone with an Internet connection...
  • CBS joins HBO in chase for cord-cutters

    CBS joins HBO in chase for cord-cutters
    HBO grabbed headlines this week with its plan to offer a stand-alone streaming service next year, with details yet to come. Meanwhile, CBS is actually launching one. The Tiffany Network launched the CBS All Access service Thursday, providing online...
  • ArtsQuest chef Ashley Sherman eliminated from 'Hell's Kitchen'

    ArtsQuest chef Ashley Sherman eliminated from 'Hell's Kitchen'
    For Palmer Township chef Ashley Sherman, the end of the road on Fox's "Hell's Kitchen" came Wednesday when celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay told her to hand in her jacket. A tearful Sherman said afterward she was disappointed that Ramsay didn't think "she...
  • With a new film, Albert Maysles maintains his empathy, and longevity

    With a new film, Albert Maysles maintains his empathy, and longevity
    As the director who gave us personalities like Big Edie in "Grey Gardens" and several of the Rolling Stones in "Gimme Shelter," Albert Maysles has captured a few colorful subjects in his day.‎ That day, it seems, shows few signs of winding down....
  • TV ratings: ABC, CBS tie for No. 1 in key demo

    TV ratings: ABC, CBS tie for No. 1 in key demo
    Charlie Brown is a great pumpkin for ABC. The network tied with CBS with the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic on Wednesday night with help from its annual Halloween specials. Its presentation of "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" rounded out the...
  • 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...
  • Playwright Josefina Lopez Gets 'Fabulous' with ABC, Brings Shakespeare to East L.A.

    Seizing a moment when diversity is being embraced by the small screen, prolific playwright Josefina Lopez is trying TV again with a dramedy about four sisters set up at ABC and ABC Studios. Lopez, best known for writing the play and 2002 feature "Real...
  • Elisabeth Moss and Alex Ross Perry listen up to some common notes

    Elisabeth Moss and Alex Ross Perry listen up to some common notes
    Elisabeth Moss, she of Peggy Olson fame on "Mad Men," was circulating last month in the airy living room of a country house. Coffee-table books and discarded beer bottles were scattered throughout the space. She stopped to joke with several young people...
  • HBO to offer its programming over the Internet

    HBO to offer its programming over the Internet
    In a blow to cable and satellite TV providers, HBO will offer its programs directly to consumers over the Internet — potentially giving millions more Americans another reason to cancel their pay TV service. The premium network — home to...
  • CBS to Launch SVOD 'All Access' Service with Current and Classic Programs

    HBO isn't the only big TV outlet taking its TV series straight to the masses. CBS Corp. is launching its own subscription service for on-demand consumption of its flagship network's TV programs, as well as older series to which it owns the rights. "CBS...
  • Neil Patrick Harris as Oscar Host: Edgier Than You Think

    Neil Patrick Harris was the perfect choice to host the Oscars -- but maybe not for the obvious reasons. When Variety broke the announcement of the host Wednesday, industry reaction was positive. He's like the Sara Lee of performers: Nobody doesn't like...