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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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Top Television Articles

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  • Baseball's new instant replay challenged from multiple sides

    Major League Baseball finally has instant replay, and no one seems happy about it. Managers are infuriated. Players are dumbfounded. Fans are frustrated. I get all that. But everyone needs to stop focusing on the little picture displaying the replay...
  • Relationships finally get more complicated on TV

    Humans are hard-wired to seek symmetry, and nowhere is that more obvious than on TV. From the days of "The Honeymooners" onward, most everything there boils down to pairs. In recent years these have come in three basic varieties: romance, bromance and...
  • Billy Crystal revives '700 Sundays' for posterity's sake

    Billy Crystal revives '700 Sundays' for posterity's sake
    When he turned 65, Billy Crystal decided to reprise "700 Sundays," his Tony Award-winning 2004 one-man show. The title refers to the number of Sundays he had with his father, Jack, before he died of a heart attack when Crystal was just 15. "I never felt...
  • Trudy Rubin: Putin plays long game

    Despite Russia's Crimean landgrab and its massing of troops on the Ukrainian border, Western leaders still refuse to recognize the mind-set of Vladimir Putin. U.S. officials still hope he will negotiate a "compromise" with the Kiev government rather than...
  • PASSINGS: Phillip Hayes Dean, Cheo Feliciano, Hal Cooper

    Phillip Hayes Dean Actor, director wrote one-man play 'Paul Robeson' Phillip Hayes Dean, 83, a playwright, director and actor who wrote the one-man play "Paul Robeson" starring James Earl Jones on Broadway in 1978, died Monday in Los Angeles from a...
  • Writer Doris Kanter, Widow of Comedy Scribe Hal Kanter, Dies at 95

    Writer and artist Doris Kanter, widow of comedy writer-producer-director Hal Kanter, died on March 18 in Encino, Calif., after a brief illness. She was 95. During the Kanters' 70-year marriage, Doris helped her husband in writing and editing - mainly...
  • Review: In 'Small Time,' the salesmen make a pitch for your heart

    Review: In 'Small Time,' the salesmen make a pitch for your heart
    Don't let the title of this indie gem fool you, "Small Time" has humor and heart big time. The first feature film from veteran TV writer Joel Surnow, co-creator of the Fox drama series "24," which will "Live Another Day" starting in May, takes us back...
  • Dodgers fans sum up betrayal over cable deal: 'No Vin? It's a sin!'

    Dodgers fans sum up betrayal over cable deal: 'No Vin? It's a sin!'
    Bad TV deals are becoming a ruinous force, the Time Warner Cable deal the latest example, with Dodgers fans held hostage in yet another standoff. Welcome to America, 2014. It used to be copious bundles of advertising cash were once enough to keep TV and...
  • Juan Pablo Montoya is starting to remember his open-wheel way around Texas speedway

    Juan Pablo Montoya is back in the IndyCar Series, and it should feel like home. But not yet. Not until he remembers everything he used to know about open-wheel racing before he left for the stock cars of NASCAR. "It was hard at the beginning, and it'...
  • Letterman, Seinfeld, Scorsese to Headline Spike's Rickles Tribute

    Some of the biggest names in comedy, TV and film will be on hand to fete funnyman Don Rickles during the Spike TV special "One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles." David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Robert De Niro, Martin...
  • FilmLook at 25: Company Evolves From Mimics To Maestros

    Back in 1989, when videotape was king in TV production and post, filmmaker-engineer Robert A. Faber invented a process called FilmLook -- manipulating video to make it appear more like film by mimicking film's gray scale, contrast, grain and frame rate...