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  • Digital prognostication

    Today, writer-producer Craig Mazin and Web entrepreneur Matt Edelman discuss new media and its implications for future labor negotiations. Previously, they debated the traditional view of labor as it applies to writers, the overlapping causes of writers...
  • Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Ask Paul returns from his post-collapse funk to present Cubs fans with his nine-step plan for recovery. Did we get the wrong egomaniac when we got Soriano? Seems like we might have been better served putting our money on Manny Ramirez. Then again, he...
  • A Global disaster

    A Global disaster
    AS Top 40 radio is fond of reminding us, you never realize how much you love something until you lose it. In recent years, the Golden Globes takedown has become a required screed of the media. The show, we gripe, has become too over-hyped, too glitzy, too...
  • Watch TiVo evolve with the industry, CEO says

    Watch TiVo evolve with the industry, CEO says
    TiVo Inc. is more famous than it is rich. The Alviso, Calif., company is best known for its pioneering device that lets television viewers record, pause and rewind live TV shows. But despite its watershed technology and near household-name recognition,...
  • The real laughs on CNN don't come from D.L. Hughley

    The real laughs on CNN don't come from D.L. Hughley
    As if Coopie, Wolfie, Dobbsie and CNN's other kazoos weren't funny enough, "the most trusted name in news" now has comedian D.L. Hughley holding down an hour of interviews and sketches before a laugh track-like studio audience on Saturday nights. Hughley...
  • The Oscars require major surgery

    The Oscars require major surgery
    IT'S now painfully obvious that the Oscars need what nearly every aging star in Hollywood has already had -- a face-lift. The ratings for the show couldn't have been any worse if they'd been stuck with all of Jay Leno's strike-show guests instead of...
  • A nostalgic workout with Gilad

     
    Back before TiVo and iPhones and Wi-Fi, we lived with one HBO channel, a Prodigy subscription, and cell phones that only made calls. Can you imagine? And people actually did workouts via TV shows that included commercial breaks. In those......
  • MLB to celebrate 'Ball Game' with special on ESPN

     
    Loyal readers know about my fascination with the song "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," whose 100th anniversary I celebrated with a long feature over the winter that I can't figure out how to link to from here. Thus......
  • "Gossip Girl": Big Number Finally

     
    Here's a shocker: People, as it turns out, really ARE watching "Gossip Girl." Last night's episode was seen by 3.7 million viewers, which is far far far far and away the highest number ever for the show (if I......
  • Herbert Siguenza of Culture Clash

    Herbert Siguenza of Culture Clash
    AS A member of the performance group Culture Clash, Herbert Siguenza has been bringing his uncanny humor and political satire to the stage since 1984. Fresh off a monthlong run of its show, "Culture Clash in AmeriCCa" at South Coast Repertory, Siguenza is...
  • Letterman: So Cold...

     
    We have a little tradition here at TV Zone that goes back, oh, a month: We post the highlights from "Late Show with David Letterman" ahead of when the show actually airs because a.) we figure readers may want......
  • FCC Chairman: Digital TV on track

     
    by Etan Horowitz Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin says he opposes pushing back the Feb.17 Digital TV transition because it would confuse consumers. Last week, the co-chair of President-elect Barack Obama's transition team wrote a...