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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Benghazi-inspired 'Madam Secretary' aims to 'pull back the curtain' on DC

    Benghazi-inspired 'Madam Secretary' aims to 'pull back the curtain' on DC
    Call it the Hillary Effect. This fall, two new shows will join already existing series like "Veep" and "Scandal" centering on powerful women in Washington. On NBC's there's "State of Affairs" starring Katherine Heigl as a CIA analyst and Alfre Woodard...
  • COMEDY

    COMEDY
    Comedy Takeover at Gigi's: This monthly event will feature headlining comedian Eric DaSilva at Gigi's Music Cafe. With jokes about gun control, driving in Miami and being chubby, DaSilva has performed at Comedy Central's South Beach Comedy Festival and on...
  • TV Networks To Expand Newscasts To Cover Malaysia Airlines Disaster

    ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox News are among the TV networks that will offer expanded programming Thursday evening to cover the Malaysia Airlines disaster that has taken place earlier in the day in Ukraine. ABC, NBC, and CBS will offer hour-long versions of...
  • Sinclair Broadcast will launch college sports network

    Sinclair Broadcast will launch college sports network
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. plans to launch a college sports network to be broadcast on television stations it owns, the Hunt Valley-based company said Thursday. The American Sports Network, or ASN, will show live events, including football,...
  • Season 5 of 'Downton Abbey' will begin airing in the U.S. on Jan. 4

    Season 5 of 'Downton Abbey' will begin airing in the U.S. on Jan. 4
    "Downton Abbey" is coming back in January — and the chief of PBS is warming up by hurling a few crumpets at TV rivals. Season 5 of the British drawing-room drama will premiere in America on Jan. 4, the public broadcaster announced Tuesday at the...
  • Jerry McNeely, Creator of 'Owen Marshall,' Dies at 86

    Jerry McNeely, Emmy-nominated television writer and creator of series including "Owen Marshall, Counelor at Law," died Monday in Tarzana. He was 86 and had suffered from Parkinson's Disease for several years. McNeely was one of TV's busiest writers in...
  • Google Touts Deals with CBS, Viacom for Google Play Storefront

    Google has inked pacts with CBS and Viacom to sell TV episodes through the Internet giant's Google Play online store, as it continues to ratchet up competition with Apple and Amazon.com. Nikesh Arora, Google's soon-to-be-departing chief business officer,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • One of show business' best-known comediennes to play Sands Bethlehem Event Center

    A trailblazing comedienne with more than 50 years in show business will return to Sands Bethlehem Event Center. Joan Rivers, who has worked in stand-up and been the permanent guest host of "The Tonight Show" as well as the host of television reality...
  • 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...