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Beginning Wednesday, Costa Mesa's official city information station has a new home: Channel 3. The change only affects subscribers of Time Warner Cable, city officials said. CMTV was previously on Channel 24. For AT&T U-verse subscribers, CMTV will stay...
In light of a second preliminary court ruling in favor of Aereo, a service that lets people record and watch broadcast television programs through the Internet, a top News Corp. executive says the company may take its Fox television stations off the...
VarietyIntel may be the ambitious entry in the so-called "over the top" movement aimed at making an end run around the pay-TV business, but it's far from the only game in town. There's a wide field of players with no shortage of innovative -- but often flawed --...
Tags: Gaming, Hulu, Apple TV, CBS Corp., Sony Corp.
Bathed in the neon glow of the Palm Tree L.A. lounge, Jay Park downs a shot of soju and keeps his eyes on the flat-screen. Steve Nash is pushing the ball up court while Kobe Bryant lurks at the three-point line. Dwight Howard bumps for position near the...
Years before he was an assistant coach for the Lakers, Darvin Ham played for Texas Tech. In 1996 in the NCAA tournament, he threw down a tremendous put-back dunk against the University of North Carolina, shattering the backboard. Who neglected to box...
The Farm Bureau Live amphitheater in Virginia Beach announced two concerts this week: Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson on Sept. 8 and ShaggFest featuring rappers J. Cole and Pusha T on June 15. Adam Levine's Maroon 5 tops the bill of a Honda Civic tour...
Tags: Adam Levine, Macy Gray, Honda, Scranton, Springs
SAN DIEGO - In New York, the San Diego Padres play the Mets on Monday in their first game of the 2013 season. But in San Diego County, 185,000 homes -- 22% of the pay-television market -- will not be able to watch the Padres on TV because of a stalemate...
This post has been updated. See below for details.NBA TV will join the Time Warner Cable SportsNet and TWC Deportes in offering live coverage of the services for former Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss at 3 p.m. PST on Thursday. An NBA TV spokesman said his network will use the Time Warner feed...
Gun rights versus gun control – It's a hot topic that triggers passionate views from all sides. Comcast Corporation now finds itself in the center of the debate. Comcast has decided to ban commercials that promote firearms and ammunition. The...
The Lakers (36-34) lost momentum in Week 21, losing both games and their chance to climb higher than eighth place in the Western Conference. Kobe Bryant sat out on Monday night with a sprained ankle as the Lakers lost to the Suns in Phoenix, 99-76. In...
SACRAMENTO — Get ready for real star power on display this weekend at the CIF state basketball championships at Sleep Train Arena. There's no LeBron and no Kobe, but there's Aaron, Stanley, Jordan and Jordin. Aaron Gordon of San Jose Archbishop...
Time Warner Cable SportsNet will give a behind the scenes look at the Lakers' recent 118-116 overtime victory over the Toronto Raptors. Premiering Wednesday at 5:00 p.m., "Backstage: Lakers" will show exclusive footage including video from the coaches'...
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