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  • 'Dancing' duos, CMA stars: this week

    Country music gets a starring role this week in prime time. The CMA Awards will sprawl over three hours Wednesday on ABC. But you'll see tie-ins on other programs. Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban will be on Wednesday's "Good Morning America," and...
  • Taylor Swift's TV takeover: ABC, 'Voice'

    Taylor Swift's TV takeover: ABC, 'Voice'
    Taylor Swift alert: She is going to have some busy weeks on television. Swift will be a guest on "The Graham Norton Show" at 10 p.m. Saturday on BBC America. Other guests include Neil Diamond and John Cleese. On Oct. 23, Swift will perform a concert...
  • Fox, Stephanopoulos at Disney World

    Fox, Stephanopoulos at Disney World
    The celebrity contingent was especially starry Saturday at Walt Disney World Resort. Actors Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan, who are married, visited the Magic Kingdom. So, too, did George Stephanopoulos of "Good Morning America" and his wife, actress...
  • 'Dancing': Carlton scores big time

    TV nostalgia played exuberantly well Monday night on "Dancing With the Stars." Alfonso Ribeiro closed the show by delivering the "Carlton," a nod to his character on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and scored the only perfect marks for the night. Ribeiro...
  • George Zimmerman: Is prosecution dead in water?

    George Zimmerman: Is prosecution dead in water?
    Like the Casey Anthony case, the George Zimmerman trial gives legal analysts a lot of room to speculate. Hey, they have hours to fill, people. But if the talk makes you think, it can be time well spent. That's true of the lively discussion on Anderson...
  • George Zimmerman: Is state throwing the case?

    George Zimmerman: Is state throwing the case?
    The strangest criticism yet about the prosecution in the George Zimmerman case? "I think they're throwing the case," attorney Mark Geragos announced Tuesday night on Anderson Cooper's CNN show, "Self-Defense or Murder?" The discussion on that program,...
  • George Zimmerman: Jane Velez-Mitchell coming to Sanford

    George Zimmerman: Jane Velez-Mitchell coming to Sanford
    Get ready, Sanford. Jane Velez-Mitchell is coming to town to cover the George Zimmerman trial. She will be there Monday, HLN said Wednesday. CNN's Ashleigh Banfield is anchoring from Sanford, and she will remain there next week, the channel said. CNN...
  • George Zimmerman: How long will defense go?

    George Zimmerman: How long will defense go?
    With the state likely to rest Friday in the George Zimmerman trial, speculation is rampant about how long the defense might go. Defense attorney Mark O'Mara told WKMG-Channel 6 that he plans to put on a lot of witnesses, including family members,...
  • George Zimmerman trial: Strangest show in TV

    George Zimmerman trial: Strangest show in TV
    The strangest show in television continues at 9 a.m. Thursday. Rachel Jeantel, star witness for the state in the George Zimmerman trial, returns to the stand. Local legal analysts repeated a theme Wednesday: Jeantel's credibility was shot in a mostly...
  • George Zimmerman: Was calling Trayvon's dad a mistake?

    George Zimmerman: Was calling Trayvon's dad a mistake?
    George Zimmerman's defense team came in for a range of reviews for calling Tracy Martin, Trayvon Martin's dad, to the stand. Just consider the commentary Monday night on Anderson Cooper's "360" series on CNN. Sunny Hostin called it "a huge mistake"...
  • Jumping Ship: Anchors that have changed networks

    Jumping Ship: Anchors that have changed networks
    As with most professions, broadcast journalism can be a competitive and sometimes even cutthroat business. Some of the news greats like Dan Rather, Charles Gibson and Walter Cronkite stayed with their respective networks for most of their careers....