Emma Kleinberg is “going to Hollywood.” The 2015 John Carroll School graduate who grew up in Bel Air sang “American Privilege” by Allen Stone for her “American Idol” audition in October that aired Monday night on ABC.
Verizon FiOS subscribers across the country are suffering a sudden television blackout of key broadcast channels this week after the company’s content negotiations with a major media company, Tegna, fell through. Affected channels include WUSA, the CBS station in Washington.
Today, the networks are ragged ghosts of their former greatness featuring prime-time schedules filled with on-the-cheap game shows and endless reality competitions, culturally-empty reboots of series that spoke to zeitgeists long gone, and news desks mostly anchored by cookie-cutter personalities.
From the injuries to safeties Darnell Savage Jr. and Antwaine Richardson to the way Maryland interim coach Matt Canada will rotate his running backs, here are 5 things to look for from the Terps coming out of their bye week.
In an interview with Michael Strahan on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Martin McNair said the coach, who is on administrative leave along with three other staff members pending a review of the team’s culture, should not return to the sidelines.
ABC cancelled "Roseanne" after Roseanne Barr tweeted what was widely decried as a racist remark about Valerie Jarrett, a former senior adviser to president Barack Obama. It was a rare bit of moral clarity from a TV network.
The Maryland Democratic Party on Thursday announced that the nine candidates vying to win the June 26 primary election for governor have agreed to four televised debates, a scheduled that begins Monday.
This is what a cultural reckoning looks like. Eight days after Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King spoke movingly of their reactions to allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior by CBS colleague Charlie Rose, a shaken Savannah Guthrie told viewers today that Matt Lauer had been fired at NBC.
Sinclair Broadcast Group is now a leading player in the right-wing echo chamber that includes Fox News and Breitbart. On CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday, I explained how it used its Alabama station last week to try and attack the credibility of a Washington Post report on Moore. Take a look.
We are a nation led by too many men and women today who have no sense of honor. That's the thought on which I ended a binge screening of the seven-part National Geographic mini-series with last Sunday. Events on the media and politics beat this week have only deepened my belief in that feeling.
The Horizon Foundation and United Way of Central Maryland hosted the Changemaker Challenge on Monday and awarded $10,000 grants to three winners with projects to improve life for residents in Howard County.
The Laurel Mill Playhouse's side-splitting production of Neil Simon's "Laughter on the 23rd Floor" flashes back to the first golden age of television, 1947–1960, when ABC, CBS and NBC ruled broadcasting.