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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details

     MAC schools, ESPN say partnership offers exposure, but reveal few financial details
    Northern Illinois shooting guard Anthony Johnson's 3-pointer had barely dropped through the net when Patrick Gorman, perched in a cramped TV control room just off the arena floor, fired a string of commands. "We got a second angle?" Gorman said....
  • Former Ebony editor joins TV and film company

    Former Ebony editor joins TV and film company
    Former Ebony editor Mitzi Miller has been named head of development for Rainforest Entertainment, a new film and television company from Rob Hardy, producer of such movies as "Think Like a Man" and "Stomp the Yard." In her new role, Miller, who...
  • Budding sportscasters gain experience as schools televise games online

    Budding sportscasters gain experience as schools televise games online
    Watch out, Vin Scully. Don't get too comfortable, Bob Miller. Stay sharp, Ralph Lawler. Across Southern California, teenagers who dream of a career in broadcasting are getting started earlier than ever as a growing number of high schools broadcast...
  • Big pay-TV bundles going the way of the dinosaurs

    Big pay-TV bundles going the way of the dinosaurs
    Anyone who's been thinking about cutting the pay-TV cord now has more food for thought. Apple made headlines this week with plans for an online TV service featuring 25 channels. Sony took the wraps off its PlayStation Vue video service. And HBO revealed...
  • 'Ghoul' an inept 'Blair Witch' wannabe

     'Ghoul' an inept 'Blair Witch' wannabe
    "Ghoul" trails the fictional American crew of an ill-conceived television pilot about 20th century cannibalism. As the troupe arrives in Ukraine to investigate remnants of the 1930s Holodomor, a real-life mass extermination by famine during which...
  • Man arrested in deaths of TV cooking show finalist, husband

    Authorities have charged a North Carolina man with first-degree murder in the deaths of a former contestant from the TV show "Food Network Star," her husband and their unborn child. Robert Jason Owens is being held without bond in the deaths of Cristie...
  • Netanyahu victory leaves damage in wake

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's strong showing in national elections this week has come with a price: He has managed to antagonize friends and foes alike with hard-line rhetoric on the campaign trail. While the tough talk gave Netanyahu a...
  • A second look at Steven Spielberg's '1941'

    Steven Spielberg was riding high in 1979. His previous two films, 1975's "Jaws" and 1977's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," were groundbreaking blockbusters that earned a total of five Oscars. Hopes were high for his first comedy, "1941," which...
  • Captain Comics: 'Orphan Black,' others made smooth trip from TV to books

    It seems like comic books are taking over TV. But it goes the other way more often occasionally with great success. Such is the case with "Orphan Black," the BBC America sci-fi show about a woman and her many clones on the run from various forces that...
  • NBC gives Lester Holt's 'Nightly News' an after-hours ratings boost

    NBC gives Lester Holt's 'Nightly News' an after-hours ratings boost
    NBC is turning to insomniacs to get ratings help for evening news anchor Lester Holt. The network has quietly added second airings of “NBC Nightly News” in overnight time periods on 10 affiliate stations in such markets as Cleveland, St....
  • 'The Jinx' proves that documentaries can draw big audiences

    The nation buzzed about the Sunday finale of the HBO documentary series "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" as if it was the shocking twist of a Shonda Rhimes drama series or a marriage proposal gone wrong on "The Bachelor." Just over 1...