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  • Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership

    Turner Broadcasting to get makeover from new leadership
    Turner Broadcasting is getting a makeover. For years, the parent company of cable channels TBS, CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, HLN and TruTV was one of the more stable and low-key units of Time Warner Inc. Based in Atlanta, Turner seldom gets as much...
  • Lake Bell topless on May cover of Esquire

    Lake Bell topless on May cover of Esquire
    Actress, writer and director Lake Bell is the latest celebrity to go topless for a major magazine within the last month.  Bell, 35, appears on the cover of Esquire's May 2014 edition, the "Next Big Thing" issue. She is shown wearing only sheer tights...
  • TV Picks: 'Adventure Time,' shows on writing, 'Muscle Shoals,' more

    TV Picks: 'Adventure Time,' shows on writing, 'Muscle Shoals,' more
    'Adventure Time' (Cartoon Network, Mondays). Pendleton Ward's splendiferous cartoon series begins its sixth season. (Which is not to say sixth year; it has been on the air only since 2010). By any standard of inventiveness, intelligence, imagination,...
  • Watch: The New 'Batman Beyond' Short Unveiled at WonderCon

    It's been 75 years since the now famous Dark Knight graced the cover of May 1939′s "Detective Comics No. 27," and DC is rolling out all kinds of new material for Batman's 75th anniversary. The latest is a "Batman Beyond" animated short, revealed...
  • 'Boondocks' is back — but without creative voice Aaron McGruder

     'Boondocks' is back — but without creative voice Aaron McGruder
    Clouded by a stunning creative split and a hiatus that stretched close to four years, "The Boondocks," the edgy animated comedy about two young African American boys from the inner city grappling with life in the suburbs, is finally returning Monday to...
  • In Aereo case, Supreme Court to weigh public (performance) vs. private

    In Aereo case, Supreme Court to weigh public (performance) vs. private
    The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday in the most important copyright case of the year, and possibly the most important one since it took up file-sharing piracy in MGM vs. Grokster. The new case, ABC vs. Aereo, tests the reach of a...
  • The Supreme Court's struggle to grasp Aereo's tiny TV antennas

    The Supreme Court's struggle to grasp Aereo's tiny TV antennas
    If you're comfortable with the Supreme Court resolving disputes over technology, the transcript of Tuesday's oral arguments in ABC vs. Aereo should change your mind. Admittedly, the case is about copyrights, not circuitry. In particular, the issue...
  • USA Orders 2 New Medical Dramas, Sets Final Season of 'White Collar'

    USA Network has given series greenlights to two new medical dramas, "Rush" and "Complications," and set a six-episode final season for "White Collar." The 10-episode pickups come on the heels of USA's order last month for an untitled drama from writer...
  • Hub Network Taps Joey Fatone To Build Primetime Family Block

    Like one of the little kids who watches its programs, The Hub Network will soon attempt to see if it can reach beyond its grasp. The network, jointly owned by cable programmer Discovery Communications and toy maker Hasbro, expects to gradually abandon...
  • Turner Overhauls Ad Outreach, Names Speciale President, TV and Digital Sales

    Time Warner's Turner unit is radically changing the structure of its ad-sales staff, resulting in the elevation of one of its top sales executives and the departure of another from the company. Donna Speciale, a Madison Avenue veteran who once advised...
  • Local Hero: Lt. Col. Steven Cole Is Liaison Between Army and Hollywood

    Lt. Col. Steven Cole likes to say that the U.S. Army has been working with Hollywood before Hollywood even existed. The longstanding relationship dates back to 1927, when the Army provided an airplane for "Wings," the first Academy Award winner for best...
  • Inside Hannibal Buress' Comedy Central special

    Inside Hannibal Buress' Comedy Central special
    Neal Marshall wasn't thrilled. About 15 minutes before showtime he walked to the lip of the stage, put his hands on his hips, held his body in a dejected slouch and stared out into the Vic Theatre. He had done this many times, in many theaters: As...