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  • Norman Lear's memoir looks back at family and 'Family'

    Norman Lear's memoir looks back at family and 'Family'
    At 92, Norman Lear belongs to a world-tilting generation of writers that, these days, he has almost all to himself. Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and not many others remain from the great westward migration of talent that began after Sept. 4, 1951, when the first transcontinental coaxial cable made it possible for Angelenos and New Yorkers to laugh at the same joke at the same time. (The Angelenos actually laughed a microsecond sooner; the New Yorkers waited to see if anybody else thought it was funny.)
  • Paley Center Adds Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Norman Lear to LGBT Gala

    The Paley Center for Media has added to its roster for the upcoming gala benefit celebrating television's impact on LGBT equality. Portia de Rossi, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Sean Hayes, Norman Lear and NBA star Jason Collins have been...

    Behind-the-scenes look at TV opening credit creation

    Behind-the-scenes look at TV opening credit creation
    Think back about your favorite television shows over the decades. What do you remember first? For me, it is almost always the opening credits. It is the equivalent of a book jacket or an album cover. Even in this age of DVR and streaming and ever-...

    Robert Steinback: Typical racial stereotypes hurting black sitcom

     Robert Steinback: Typical racial stereotypes  hurting black sitcom
    I am not much of a sitcom aficionado, but I did watch the premiere of ABC-TV's new comedy Black-ish, curious to see how the entertainment media, 14 years into the new millennium, would handle the still-sensitive social question: What does it mean to be...

    Networks' need for hit sitcoms is no laughing matter

    There's a backstage drama happening this fall on TV, and it's all about comedy. The major networks are in a sitcom slump, unable to generate the kind of magic found in shows like "Seinfeld," "Friends" and "The Big Bang Theory." ------------ For...