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  • Pennsylvania Olympics feature real winter games

    Pennsylvania Olympics feature real winter games
    "Welcome to NBC's exclusive coverage of Pennsylvania's first Real Winter Olympics. I'm your host Bob Costas, and with me here is movie and television personality Mr. T, beloved by Pennsylvanians because of his iconic role as boxer Clubber Lang in 'Rocky...
  • Sochi Olympics TV: In Shiffrin and Ahn, celebrities born and reborn

    Sochi Olympics TV: In Shiffrin and Ahn, celebrities born and reborn
    Some Olympic celebrities spend years taking shape. Others are formed before they even step foot on a Games course, somewhere in that no-man's land between national qualifying tournaments and the Opening Ceremony parade. Mikaela Shiffrin falls...
  • Sochi Games TV: Seven Olympics thoughts after the closing ceremony

    For the last 18 days, I've been chronicling TV's coverage of the Sochi Winter Olympics, dutifully watching all manner of downhill ski races, luge runs and short-track heats. What effect this has had on me I'll leave to an imminently convening team of...
  • Preparing for the Sochi Winter Olympics

    The countdown has begun — only 30 days remain until the opening ceremony for the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Eighty-five countries are expected to bring 5,500 athletes and team members to Russia in early February. They will compete in 98 events spread...
  • U.S. men skaters back on (short) track

    U.S. men skaters back on (short) track
    There has been some good news for the beleaguered U.S. short track speedskating program this season. While the women still are struggling – and have earned a reduced number of 2014 Olympic entries, with a historic failure to qualify a relay...
  • Apolo Anton Ohno, Al Michaels confirmed by NBC for Winter Olympics

    Apolo Anton Ohno, Al Michaels confirmed by NBC for Winter Olympics
    Apolo Anton Ohno, America's most decorated Winter Olympic athlete, may have retired from short track speed skating, but he'll be at the Winter Olympics anyway next year. NBC Sports Group announced this weekend that it has signed Ohno as an analyst for...
  • Winter Olympics will push quirky bounds, and NBC will be there

    Winter Olympics will push quirky bounds, and NBC will be there
    The Winter Olympics has long embraced offbeat events, awarding medals for skills that are essentially head-first sledding and target-practice on skis. But when NBC's coverage of the quadrennial competition begins from Sochi, Russia on Feb. 6, the Winter...
  • Gaming the System

    When it comes to programming gameshows on television today, what is the most important element? A) Live viewing B) A novel format C) Celeb talent D) App integration The answer to that isn't a simple one, as many producers and network execs have...
  • Baltimore represents on new 'Dancing with the Stars'

    Baltimore represents on new 'Dancing with the Stars'
    Baltimore will certainly have something to root for on the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars." We'd already heard Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones -- known for a little end zone shuffle -- will be strutting his stuff, partnering with Karina...
  • From a Playmate to the president, celebs send congrats to Michael Phelps

    From a Playmate to the president, celebs send congrats to Michael Phelps
    With Michael Phelps status as the greatest Olympian of all time sealed Tuesday, congrats and well wishes came pouring in from every corner of the celebrity-sphere. Actors. Athletes. Musicians. Even a Playmate. Behold just a few: Golfer Graeme McDowell:...
  • Michael Phelps still has work left to do

    Michael Phelps still has work left to do
    On the first full day of his life as the most-decorated Olympian, Michael Phelps went back to work — those medals don't start winning themselves just because you've hit 19, after all. But first he had to attend to his correspondence. "Thank you Mr....