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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Tim Tunison named news director at WBAL-TV

    Tim Tunison named news director at WBAL-TV
    Tim Tunison has been named news director at WBAL-TV, according to Dan Joerres, president and general manger of the Hearst-owned station. Tunison, a graduate of Ithaca College, has been assistant news director since 2005. He succeeds Michelle Butt, who...
  • For TV watchers, the past has never been hotter

    The past has never been bigger on TV than it is today. From Norsemen invading England circa 800 in "Vikings" to Chinese immigrants heading to Orlando circa 1990 in "Fresh off the Boat," series set in the past are all the rage. Some, like AMC's 1960s...
  • Free music, TV shows with new 'Free on iTunes' from Apple

    Free music, TV shows with new 'Free on iTunes' from Apple
    Apple iTunes is giving away a boatload of freebies with a new promotion called "Free on iTunes." Discover new music, which currently lists 16 free songs from up-and-comers, along  with 15 free TV episodes. Songs include singles from Joshua Radin...
  • No 3rd trial for Detroit cop in death of girl in raid filmed by TV show

    No 3rd trial for Detroit cop in death of girl in raid filmed by TV show
     Authorities won't pursue a third trial against a Detroit police officer who fatally shot a 7-year-old girl during a nighttime raid that was filmed by a reality TV show, a prosecutor said Wednesday. Aiyana Stanley-Jones' mother was notified that Wayne...
  • 'Parks and Recreation's' radical take on having it all

    At the end of the sixth season of "Parks and Recreation," Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) and Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) found out they weren't just expecting — Leslie was pregnant with triplets. This would have been big news for any couple. But for Ben, who...
  • Fascinating and flawed women cast as antiheroes on TV saddled with irritating quirks

    Have women in television dramas earned the right to be strong, prickly, even dare we say it antiheroes? The television landscape is filled with strong, competent female characters. They're CIA agents, attorneys, doctors of all stripes, politicians....
  • Sweeps: Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys

    Sweeps: Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys
    The February sweeps start Thursday, and you've probably noticed the increased promotion for special reports (starting Thursday) by local stations. The sweeps are usually about broadcast networks presenting big events to bolster their stations and...
  • Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb

    Mr. Tsarnaev, meet Mr. Leopold and Mr. Loeb
    Cathleen O'Connell, the PBS documentarian, cut right to the core with her first question about the Leopold and Loeb case from 1924: "Why among all brutal murders was this one called 'crime of the century'?" O'Connell had a point when you consider 20th...
  • Fairfield Native Stars In truTV's New Series 'Breaking Greenville'

    Fairfield Native Stars In truTV's New Series 'Breaking Greenville'
    When Lucy Biggers of Fairfield graduated from Tulane University two years ago, she looked for the kind of job that would give her a lot of experience. WAGB, the ABC affiliate in Greenville, Miss., certainly gave her that. Though it was the 190th...
  • Griffith Park tops list of most popular L.A.-area filming sites

    Griffith Park tops list of most popular L.A.-area filming sites
    And the winner is … Griffith Park. The city-owned park, whose film and TV credits stretch from the 1915 classic "The Birth of a Nation" to the 1960s "Batman" TV series, is once again playing a starring role in Hollywood. Griffith Park has...
  • TVs have invaded our public spaces

    TVs have invaded our public spaces
    TV broadcasts in public places are nothing new, but in today's wired society, they are more annoying than ever. The message they send to me is that I'm too stupid or incapable of dealing with a little downtime while I wait for the doctor, my table or my...