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  • Top of week: 'Got Talent,' 'Dancing,' Andy Samberg, Shakespeare

    Top of week: 'Got Talent,' 'Dancing,' Andy Samberg, Shakespeare
    It's a grand week for Shakespeare, Andy Samberg, Stephen King and reality show contestants. Television provides such variety. The reality genre will serve up finales and premieres. The six final acts perform on "America's Got Talent" at 9 p.m. Tuesday...
  • NFL pushes back start of '60 Minutes,' 'Big Brother'

    NFL pushes back start of '60 Minutes,' 'Big Brother'
    A programming reminder: The NFL again will push back CBS' Sunday prime time this fall.  The familiar trend starts this Sunday, when WKMG-Channel 6 will offer two games. Miami plays at Indianapolis at 1 p.m., and Jacksonville plays at Oakland, a game...
  • CBS, Amazon renew Internet exclusive deal for 'Under the Dome'

    CBS Corp. and Amazon.com are renewing their vows to remain under the dome together. The companies on Thursday announced that they have renewed their licensing arrangement for the planned second season of the network's hit summer series "Under the Dome."...
  • Wall Street enthralled with CBS' 'Under the Dome'

    Television viewers aren't the only ones captivated by CBS' summer experiment with "Under the Dome." The series based on the Stephen King thriller has shattered summer viewership standards, with more than 11 million people tuning in each week for the...
  • CBS Renews Amazon Deal for 'Under the Dome' Season 2

    Amazon will bring CBS' summertime hit "Under the Dome" back for season 2, under a renewal that keeps the Internet company the exclusive online subscription-video distributor for the show. Drama from Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television, based on...
  • David Ulin picks his top books for fall

    David Ulin picks his top books for fall
    Fall is a terrific time to be a reader. Publishers shake off their summer doldrums and get down to business again. And writers? Well, writers settle in also and put out big books. Over the next few months alone, we'll see new releases from an array of...
  • Amy Grace Loyd on 'Affairs of Others' and the writing process

    Amy Grace Loyd on 'Affairs of Others' and the writing process
    Like many people in the publishing world, Amy Grace Loyd always wanted to be a writer. But unlike most of her colleagues, Loyd has managed to make her ultimate goal — publishing her own fiction, rather than someone else’s — a reality....
  • Reading about the day the towers fell

    Twelve years after the attacks that brought down the World Trade Center, the shelf of essential 9/11 reading remains pretty small. There’s “The 9/11 Commission Report,” which I’ve long considered to be the defining narrative of...
  • Universal Shakeup: Why Jeff Shell Is Grabbing the Movie Spotlight

    Adam Fogelson's forced departure as chairman of Universal Pictures and Jeff Shell's arrival as its new movie chief sends a strong signal that media congloms today are just as concerned with the "big picture" of where Hollywood is headed as they are with...
  • TV ratings: 'Under the Dome' rises, wins Monday again

    TV ratings: 'Under the Dome' rises, wins Monday again
    With three more episodes to go in the season, "Under the Dome" is comfortably winning in ratings and viewership on Monday nights.  The CBS show, based on Stephen King's book about a small town trapped under a transparent dome, increased its audience...
  • Ron Howard's 'Rush' zooms in on racing daredevils' rivalry

     Ron Howard's 'Rush' zooms in on racing daredevils' rivalry
    It wasn't just that Ron Howard didn't follow Formula One racing. He was equally unfamiliar with the particulars of NASCAR, Indy car, drag racing, monster trucks — if it had four wheels and wasn't his car, what was there to worry about? "I'm...
  • Why not pull the plug on cable

    Why not pull the plug on cable
    Millions of Time Warner Cable subscribers deprived of CBS and Showtime have every reason to be enraged. But they should put that anger to good use. The standoff tells us something important about the television industry. Despite urging from the...