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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Baltimore's Center Stage looks very good in PBS documentary on 'Raisin' cycle

    Baltimore's Center Stage looks very good in PBS documentary on 'Raisin' cycle
    These are hard times for PBS. Vast changes in technology and lifestyle, coupled with withering economic forces and timid leadership, threaten the existence of public television as we’ve known it for the past 43 years. So on the rare occasions these...
  • How party photos drove Gansler story on national TV

    How party photos drove Gansler story on national TV
    It's the visual imagery that usually dictates how a story plays on TV — as well as how viewers perceive it. And the image driving a story about Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler being at a beach party where underage drinking took...
  • State insurance exchange paid Ravens $130K for advertising

    State insurance exchange paid Ravens $130K for advertising
    For $130,000, Maryland health officials are getting the word out on health reform to Ravens fans listening to the radio or visiting the team website. To catch the promotions in the stadium, though, don’t blink. Maryland Health Connection, the...
  • 'PBS NewsHour' has lost 48 percent of its audience in last 8 years

    'PBS NewsHour' has lost 48 percent of its audience in last 8 years
    Eight years ago this month, I did an interview with then anchor Jim Lehrer in connection with the 30th anniversary of the "PBS NewsHour." It was a laudatory piece, as I had long shared Lehrer's values about journalism and democracy. With "NewsHour" in...
  • Michael J. Fox: an ordinary hero

    Michael J. Fox: an ordinary hero
    America needs a new kind of hero, not a well sculptured hunk trying to impress us with his awesome physique or some newly minted techno-geek. We don't need anything strange or fancy. We just need an ordinary hero. I nominate Michael J. Fox. He's not...
  • Zurawik: 'Crossfire' going low rent with guests like Ehrlich, Richardson

    Zurawik: 'Crossfire' going low rent with guests like Ehrlich, Richardson
    One of the ways you can judge a talk show's energy and momentum -- or lack of such -- is by the guests. When a show has strong producers and is going well, they have guests who bring energy, edge and insights to the production. The guests help make...
  • Harford introduces TV program showcasing local government

    Harford County Government has a new television show called "Harford Happenings" airing on Harford Cable Network, and hosted by the county's Public Information Officer Sherrie Johnson. Each month, Johnson will bring an inside look at county government,...
  • Ravens fans talk back to, work around empty CBS coverage

    Ravens fans talk back to, work around empty CBS coverage
    My review of Sunday's sad CBS telecast of the Ravens loss to the Browns focused on the way tweets from Sun reporters provided what the network should have given viewers but didn't. Jeff Zrebiec, who was in Cleveland to write a game story for The Sun,...
  • Maggie's Farm on 'Restaurant Divided'

    Maggie's Farm on 'Restaurant Divided'
    If you missed the "Maggie's Farm" episode of "Restaurant Divided" on Thursday night, you still have a few chances to watch the Food Network show about the Lauraville restaurant this week. The episode will air again no Saturday at 11 p.m. and a few hours...
  • Benghazi apology is big, bad news for '60 Minutes'

    Benghazi apology is big, bad news for '60 Minutes'
      The apology by CBS News for a Benghazi report it aired Oct. 27 on "60 Minutes" is big, bad news for the network. Lara Logan, who was the correspondent on the report, went on the network's morning show and made the apology in the video that runs with...
  • 50 years later, small screen shrinks JFK, warps history

    50 years later, small screen shrinks JFK, warps history
    John F. Kennedy was our first TV president. And his death was the catalyst that made TV the principal storyteller of American life. Given that relationship, you might think television would be the place to go for insights into the life of the president...
  • Maggie's Farm owners talk about Thursday's 'Restaurant Divided' episode

    Maggie's Farm owners talk about Thursday's 'Restaurant Divided' episode
    Baltimore's own Maggie's Farm will be featured on tonight's night's episode of  "Restaurant Divided," a new Food Network show hosted by Rocco DiSpirito.  The episode premieres at 10 p.m. on the Food Network. The show, which debuted in September, is...