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  • Is This The Fall TV Advertisers Tune In The Second Screen?

    "The Bachleorette" has run on ABC - off and on - since 2003. And yet only in 2013 did Clorox decide to advertise in the show. What brought the well-known bleach to the saucy reality series? An opportunity to reach consumers who may have been watching...
  • Guillermo Martinez: Venezuela government taking control over the media

    Venezuela's government is a dictatorship hiding behind the mask of a democracy.  This simple sentence comes from Gladys Rodríguez, who for 15 years anchored the most important newscast at Globovisión, which until three months ago was the one remaining...
  • TV coverage of the March on Washington 50th anniversary

     
    Aug. 28 will be the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, the Aug. 28, 1963, gathering for human rights that saw Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial, an event...
  • Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, foe of Mayweather, stirs fan fervor

     Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, foe of Mayweather, stirs fan fervor
    LAS VEGAS — All the measuring sticks show that Saul "Canelo" Alvarez's popularity continues to rise to almost unprecedented levels. The 23-year-old Mexican star will be the crowd favorite Saturday night inside the MGM Grand, site of Alvarez's...
  • So far, there's nothing revolutionary about Al Jazeera America

    So far, there's nothing revolutionary about Al Jazeera America
    Fires may rage and the U.N. roil, but let's scratch one hot-button concern off the national agenda: Al Jazeera America will not be overthrowing the American way of life any time soon. During its first week on air, even with a news cycle heavy on Syria,...
  • Nokia Deal Can't Keep Microsoft From Embracing Its Entertainment Future

    The next CEO of Microsoft will have one tough question to answer: What is Microsoft these days? Under Steve Ballmer's leadership over the past 13 years, the company has evolved into a confusing collection of divisions that pump out everything from a...
  • Labor Day 2013 TV programming

     
    Labor Day 2013 in the United States is Monday, Sept. 2. Over the weekend leading up to the holiday, and including the day itself, TV networks are once again giving viewers lucky enough to be able to have some time off to relax the opportunity to enjoy...
  • Americans escape harm in assault on U.S. Consulate in Afghanistan

    KABUL, Afghanistan — Militants carried out a brazen attack on the U.S. Consulate in the western Afghan city of Herat early Friday, killing two policemen and injuring dozens of other people, including civilians, according to local officials. No...
  • Fox stock up 2%; News Corp. holds its own in first day of trading

    Fox stock up 2%; News Corp. holds its own in first day of trading
    On the first day of trading as separate companies, Rupert Murdoch's television and movie empire, 21st Century Fox, gained nearly 2% while the publishing company ended the day down 5%. Still, the publishing entity, which took the name News Corp., largely...
  • Fox Ups Pair of Broadcast Standards Execs

    Fox has promoted Barbara De Santis to senior vice prez of broadcast standards for Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX) and MundoFox, and Trae Williams to senior veep of broadcast standards and practices for FOX. In their promoted posts, the exec duo will...
  • 9 crazy Southern California police car chases

    9 crazy Southern California police car chases
    They’ve thrown money out a window, spun doughnuts in the grass, and shaken off spike strips and PIT maneuvers only to be undone by wet cement. And in the end, they all ended up in the same place: jail. As they say, it’s not the destination...
  • Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business

    Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business
    Tribune Co. is getting out of the faltering newspaper business, but probably not the way it hoped. The media giant announced Wednesday that it will spin off its publishing unit into a separate company, a maneuver that's likely to delay a long-expected...