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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources. « Show less

Top Television Articles

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  • Turner, Dish agree to restore CNN, Cartoon Network and others

    CNN, Cartoon Network and other Turner Broadcasting channels are returning to Dish Network's satellite television service.  Dish and Turner on Friday said they have reached an agreement to restore service of CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, truTV, TCM,...
  • The programming schedule remains an important part of TV

     The programming schedule remains an important part of TV
    Amanda Lotz can recall when she would look forward to the launch of a new TV season. Armed with a marker, she would scrutinize TV scheduling grids and entertainment magazines, highlighting promising new shows and old favorites as she often built her...
  • Kip Thorne, the scientist who slipped through a wormhole

    Kip Thorne, the scientist who slipped through a wormhole
    It started with a blind date. Theoretical astrophysicist Kip Thorne was a divorced, single dad raising a teenage daughter when he got a call in September 1980 from a close friend — who happened to be fellow scientist Carl Sagan. Would Thorne...
  • Count the TV audience? Not so easy to do these days

    Count the TV audience? Not so easy to do these days
    Like Barry Allen of CW's "The Flash," the changes in TV viewing habits are moving at superhuman speeds. And the industry, which relies on accurate measurements of audiences, is racing to catch up. While the majority of viewers watch the old-fashioned...
  • Amazon's 'Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street' a charmer

    Developed from an "over-the-transom" pilot script by David Anaxagoras, "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street" is a new series from Amazon Studios, the still-wet-behind-the-ears content-production wing of the online retailer. New episodes — the...
  • Old media meets new media, and they like each other

    Old media meets new media, and they like each other
    It started out as a titanic clash between old and new media — and sort of petered out. Earlier this year, Google Inc. and Viacom settled what had been billed as a landmark lawsuit over alleged copyright violations at YouTube, which Google acquired...
  • Media monarchs have finally seen the future, and it is digital

    Don't be surprised if the future monarchs of media look a lot like the ones that rule today. After spending several years on the defensive, traditional media giants are making bold moves to reinforce their dominance. With billions of dollars and their...
  • Author Douglas Kennedy to Adapt Two Novels for TV with France's AB Groupe (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - PARIS -- Douglas Kennedy, a critically-acclaimed American novelist known for his keen eye, is set to make his TV drama debut with France's AB Groupe and indie producer Sydney Gallonde, Variety has learned exclusively....
  • TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work

    TV seems to know what you want to see; algorithms at work
    Your TV is inside your mind. It knows what you watch. More than that, it knows how you watch. When you pause a program, your TV is taking notes. When you rewind or fast-forward, the machine jots that down too. But here's maybe the scariest part of...
  • How should television be defined nowadays?

    How should television be defined nowadays?
    What is television? It seems a fair and timely question to ask, now that it's coming at us from so many angles, on so many platforms, from so many producers. Let's begin near the beginning. Once upon a time there was a thing called a television set....
  • How TV's age of exploration took off in a huge way

    How TV's age of exploration took off in a huge way
    Here are a few things that did not exist in American television 10 years ago: Binge-watching; recapping; scripted series on networks devoted to old movies, science and history; zombies; streaming services; popular series that end just because the...