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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • PBS makes great television out of Baltimore's 'Star-Spangled' concert

    PBS makes great television out of Baltimore's  'Star-Spangled' concert
    "Great Performances," the PBS showcase of American performing arts, came to town for the "Star-Spangled Spectacular" concert at Pier Six Saturday night and showed how to make great, live television.
  • O, say can you still see? [Editorial]

    O, say can you still see? [Editorial]
    Whether "Baltimore — Birthplace of the Star-Spangled Banner" is destined to become the city's official motto, as the City Council recently endorsed, is less important than a troubling bit of information that arose during the council's debate over...

    [UPDATE] CBS 'Thursday Night Football' draws 20.8 million in premiere

    [UPDATE] CBS 'Thursday Night Football' draws 20.8 million in premiere
    [UPDATE] The premiere of CBS "Thursday Night Football" drew an average audience 20.8 million viewers making it the second highest rated show on TV behind only NBC's "Sunday Night Football." The size of that audience for the Ravens 26-6 win over the...

    TMZ changes media landscape — and history

    TMZ changes media landscape — and history
    If not for TMZ, Ray Rice would still be a Raven today and back in the National Football League, having served his joke of a two-game suspension from commissioner Roger Goodell. The assault on his then-fiancee in an elevator at a New Jersey casino...

    'Thursday Night Football' launch a huge endeavor for CBS

    'Thursday Night Football' launch a huge endeavor for CBS
    The biggest story of the fall TV season begins tonight in Baltimore with the debut of "Thursday Night Football" on CBS. The bold programming move — which includes the largest marketing effort in the history of the network as well as the relocation...