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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

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  • China's Orange Sky Hurt by Weak Distribution

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - HONG KONG - Blaming weak distribution revenues, pan-Asian cinema exhibition group, Orange Sky Golden Harvest saw profits take a 76% dive in the first half of 2014. While the box office in its key China and Hong Kong markets...
  • Adam Arkin 'Masters' the Segue Between Acting and Directing

    "Action!" the word is said quietly but emphatically, and the cast and crew on the set of "Masters of Sex" jump into motion. The man behind the video monitor is longtime actor Adam Arkin, and it's clear he commands respect from the director's chair....
  • MTV Uses Social Media for Global Audience Involvement

    The power of live television and social media is helping to drive MTV Intl.'s global footprint and maximize opportunities for advertisers. Between the beginning of June and Aug. 16, the cabler produced eight live music events -- from Durban, South...
  • Rob Owen: High-class problem: too much good TV

    If there's one thing that has become clear in recent years, it's that TV is the winner. It has proved itself a superior storytelling medium to film. This was probably always true, but TV never took routine advantage of its opportunity to tell serialized,...
  • A&E to take a stake in Vice Media at $2.5 billion valuation

    (Reuters) - A&E Networks is close to taking a 10 percent stake in Vice Media that would value the company at $2.5 billion, a Vice Media spokesman confirmed on Friday. A&E, which is jointly owned by Walt Disney Co and media group Hearst Corp, is investing...
  • 'Science Friday' asks: What happens when science and Hollywood collide?

    'Science Friday' asks: What happens when science and Hollywood collide?
    What’s better than "Science Friday," the public radio call-in program that explores the microbiome, paleoforensics and comets, to name a few recent topics? How about a live show recorded at Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium with host Ira Flatow?...
  • South Korea's Studio Mir Inks Multi-Series Deal With DreamWorks Animation

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - SEOUL -- Korean animation firm, Studio Mir has forged a 4-year contract with DreamWorks Animation spanning four animated TV series. Each series is expected to be a 78-episode 2-D show. Significantly, the two companies are set...
  • ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.': See photo of Lucy Lawless as Isabelle Hartley

     
    Marvel has released the first image of Lucy Lawless as Isabelle Hartley, the new character she'll play on the second […]...
  • Among Amazon pilots, 'The Cosmopolitans' a promising diversion

     Among Amazon pilots, 'The Cosmopolitans' a promising diversion
    Here comes the third round of Amazon pilots, even before we've seen the fruits of the second. The first gave the world Garry Trudeau's (neologism alert) Republicom "Alpha House," whose second season began filming in July. Jill Soloway's "Transparent," one...
  • Peter Capaldi strikes a confident note as he takes on 'Doctor Who'

    Peter Capaldi strikes a confident note as he takes on 'Doctor Who'
    Peter Capaldi has just landed in New York, the fifth stop in a worldwide tour promoting the new season of "Doctor Who" that began in the United Kingdom, continued with visits to South Korea and Australia and now, after a 22-hour flight that crossed the...
  • Do Sunday-morning talk shows need a makeover?

    Do Sunday-morning talk shows need a makeover?
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Amid hand wringing over the direction of TV's Sunday-morning talk shows, Bob Schieffer sees little need to change "Face The Nation, the program he has hosted since 1991. He sees reason to add more segments to accommodate...