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  • 'The View' gets new logo, set and studio as part of creative makeover

    Call it "Extreme Makeover: Talk Show Edition."  When "The View" returns to the air on Sept. 15, it will have a new logo, set and studio, ABC announced Thursday.  The long-running ABC talk show is moving from the Manhattan studio where it's been...
  • Halle Berry, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Hudson, the Who Set for 'Stand Up to Cancer' Telecast

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The stars are aligning once again to support Stand Up to Cancer, which will stage its fourth telethon on Sept. 5. The broadcast, which airs live across ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC and 28 cable nets, will feature appearances from...
  • Halle Berry, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Hudson, the Who Set for 'Stand Up to Cancer' Telecast

    The stars are aligning once again to support Stand Up to Cancer, which will stage its fourth telethon on Sept. 5. The broadcast, which airs live across ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC and 28 cable nets, will feature appearances from Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese...
  • David Gregory Wasn't the Real Problem with NBC's 'Meet the Press'

    To the surprise of no one, Chuck Todd was tapped Thursday to replace David Gregory in the anchor chair at NBC's struggling "Meet the Press." Rumors of his demise had been rampant for so long that his removal was a foregone conclusion. Even Gregory's...
  • The latest to play the 'Male War Against Women' game

    Let’s see: The U.S. Supreme Court has nine justices. Six of them are men and three of them are women. The three women happen to have been appointed by Democratic presidents: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, appointed by President Clinton, and Elena Kagan...
  • Natalie Morales, Al Roker On The Modern Morning Show: 'We Have Become Very Interactive'

    For many people, "Today" wouldn't be "Today" without Natalie Morales and Al Roker. The show's news anchor and meteorologist have been with the program since 2006 and 1996, respectively. These days, when the show comes on the air, the camera is on four...
  • After Joan Rivers' transgender 'joke,' some advice via Hari Kondabolu

    After Joan Rivers' transgender 'joke,' some advice via Hari Kondabolu
    Joan Rivers’ comedy went too far last week when she said that President Obama was gay and that First Lady Michelle Obama was transgender. The incident occurred during an on-the-street interview with a photographer who asked the comedian whether...
  • Stand Up to Cancer to Stage Fourth Telethon in September

    The showbiz-backed non-profit org Stand Up to Cancer will mount its fourth telethon on Sept. 5, offering a live hourlong special that will air as a roadblock across the Big Four networks and 26 other outlets. For the first time this year the commercial-...
  • The Weinstein Co. to Debut 'One Chance' on Yahoo Before It Hits Theaters

    Fresh off making waves with the VOD release of "Snowpiercer," the Weinstein Company is toying with the distribution model once more by pre-releasing a film on the Internet. The indie studio will debut "One Chance," the true story of a "Britain's Got...
  • 'Apes' still on top. 'Sex Tape' fails to arouse. James Garner R.I.P.

    After the coffee. Before being grateful I don't go to Comic-Con.  The Skinny: One of my happier childhood memories was watching "The Rockford Files" every Friday night with my father. We'd predict when Rockford would get beat up and when the...
  • Sun Valley: Where in the World is Marissa Mayer?

    Marissa Mayer practically sprinted away from photographers Friday at the Allen & Co. annual media and technology conference. Flanked by a security guard, the Yahoo chief refused to acknowledge calls for her to turn around, depriving shutterbugs of a...
  • What the 9/11 museum could learn from two Latin American memorials

    What the 9/11 museum could learn from two Latin American memorials
    It is difficult to say at which point during my visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum I went from somber to irritated. Was it at the umpteenth piece of mangled wreckage? Or at one of the overwhelming displays, cluttered with everything from a man's watch to...