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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Lucie Arnaz stars in 'Pippin' in Hartford

    "Pippin" is a decades-old, treasured, award-winning circus-themed musical about a prince in search of meaning. And the Tony Award–winning Broadway revival is coming to Hartford with a cast member who is also treasured and well-known. Lucie Arnaz,...
  • WNBA, ESPN Announce 2015 Schedule

    This just in from the WNBA: The reigning WNBA champion Phoenix Mercury, led by 2014 Finals MVP Diana Taurasi and 2014 Defensive Player of the Year Brittney Griner, will be among the 10 teams in action on June 5 when WNBA tips off its 2015 season. The...
  • Golden Globes 2015: The Globes' rise in stature? Blame TV

    Golden Globes 2015: The Globes' rise in stature? Blame TV
    As anyone even remotely connected with it will tell you, awards season is a pain, an annual collective descent into a frenzied war of opposing forces. Every year, the studios, the stars and the media sagely "reconsider" the wisdom and meaning of...
  • TV Golden Globes exalt cable, online comedy over broadcast sitcom

    Newly minted comedy on cabletelevision and online streaming platforms beat the broadcaststalwarts to win favor with the Hollywood Foreign PressAssociation for its Golden Globe nominations on Thursday. Premium cable network HBO's raunchy femalecoming-of-...
  • Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise

    Golden Globe nominations 2015: 'Fargo' leads; 'Affair,' 'Virgin' surprise
    FX's acclaimed "Fargo" got the most Golden Globe TV nominations on Thursday, but the voters also had a few surprises up their sleeves. Showtime's critically praised but little-seen "The Affair" — which tells the story of an extramarital...
  • Comcast, Verizon go after millennials with cheaper packages

    Some area cable television customers might want to look into whether their providers might sell them slimmed-down TV and Internet. Two of the nation's largest pay-TV operators, Comcast Corp. and Verizon Communications Inc., are marketing low-cost TV...
  • FCC, give cable and satellite TV viewers wider access to set-top boxes

    Electronics stores are a TV lover's paradise, filled with a rich bounty of high-definition sets, Blu-ray disc players and Internet video adapters. What they don't offer, however, are many good replacements for the set-top boxes that consumers have to rent...
  • J.K. Rowling's Cormoran Strike books to be adapted into crime series

    J.K. Rowling's Cormoran Strike books to be adapted into crime series
    The BBC is to adapt J.K. Rowling's Cormoran Strike crime novels, which were written under the pen name of Robert Galbraith, as a series. The books center on Cormoran Strike, a former army officer turned private investigator. The first book in the series...
  • NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected

     NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected
    Riding an Amtrak train from Washington, D.C., to New York last week, Brian Williams gets the greetings and nods of recognition from passengers expected for someone who has spent 10 years in the anchor chair at "NBC Nightly News." Yet half of those...
  • Sony limits media access to 'Interview' premiere after hacking

    Sony limits media access to 'Interview' premiere after hacking
    Sony Pictures Entertainment plans to roll out the red carpet for the Thursday premiere of "The Interview," but the stars of the controversial comedy about North Korea will not face the customary glare of TV news cameras. The studio said Wednesday only...
  • Army-Navy TV ratings up 7 percent over last year

    Army-Navy TV ratings up 7 percent over last year
    The TV ratings for Saturday's Army-Navy game in Baltimore were up 7 percent over last year, according to CBS, which televised the game. CBS said it was the highest-rated Army-Navy game in 15 years. Nationally, the game drew a rating of 4.5 and share...