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NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended For Six Months

NBC News Anchor Brian Williams Suspended For Six Months

February 12, 2015


Filed under Television

By Stephen Battaglio Los Angeles Times (TNS) NEW YORK — “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams was suspended for six months without pay for exaggerating his role in a helicopter incident in Iraq, marking the first time a network news anchor has been stripped of his duties. The disciplinary ...

‘Blacklist’ On The Move

‘Blacklist’ On The Move

February 3, 2015


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By Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (TNS) PASADENA, Calif. — NBC’s James Spader drama “The Blacklist” airs an episode Sunday after “Super Bowl XLIX” — listings show an approximate 10:15 p.m. start time but because the actual start time will depend on how long the game runs, that’s ...

Concordia Signing

Dylan Arnold, KHWK-TV News

January 30, 2015


Filed under KHWK-TV News

In December 2014, Northeast Community College began a partnership with Concordia University. Hawk TV's Dylan Arnold has the details in this story.

Spring Television: Get Cozy — There’s Lots To Watch

Spring Television: Get Cozy — There’s Lots To Watch

January 27, 2015


Filed under Television

By David Hiltbrand The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS) We’ve entered the most recalcitrant part of the calendar. The nights are long. The windshields are frosty. Football is (almost) over, and baseball season seems like a distant dream. At least TV is stepping up to keep us entertained. Between br...

A&E’s ‘Nightwatch’ A Real-life Look At New Orleans Emergency Workers

A&E’s ‘Nightwatch’ A Real-life Look At New Orleans Emergency Workers

January 20, 2015


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By Verne Gay Newsday (TNS) THE SHOW “Nightwatch” WHEN | WHERE Thursday at 10 p.m. on A&E WHAT IT’S ABOUT Darkness shrouds many deeds, or, in the words of New Orleans emergency medical service worker Holly: “If you’re gonna shoot somebody, you’re gonna do it at night; stab someone, do it at nig...

‘Musketeers’ Back For New Adventures

‘Musketeers’ Back For New Adventures

January 15, 2015


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By Tish Wells McClatchy Washington Bureau (TNS) On Saturday, “The Musketeers” return to BBC America. Based on the Alexandre Dumas classic novel, The Three Musketeers, the show has undergone some radical changes in season two. Creator Adrian Hodges, is mixing it up a bit. Then again, it was ha...

Oscar Underdog Redmayne May Have Done The Most Impressive Acting Job Last Year

Oscar Underdog Redmayne May Have Done The Most Impressive Acting Job Last Year

January 15, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

By Roger Moore Tribune News Service (TNS) Golden Globe winner Eddie Redmayne had to come up with a few more surprised and “incredibly honored” remarks when his Oscar nomination for “The Theory of Everything” was announced Thursday. He’s trying to keep his head about him, even as the accl...

Lifetime’s ‘Whitney’ Suffers From Predictability

Lifetime’s ‘Whitney’ Suffers From Predictability

January 13, 2015


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By Kevin C. Johnson St. Louis Post-Dispatch (TNS) “Whitney” is everything you’d expect from an unauthorized Lifetime biopic about Whitney Houston. That’s not good news for Houston fans. Aside from strong lead performances from Yaya DaCosta and Arlen Escarpeta, “Whitney” is mostly a me...

Virtual Reality Isn’t Just For Video Games

Virtual Reality Isn’t Just For Video Games

January 12, 2015


Filed under Technology, Video Games

By Tracey Lien Los Angeles Times LAS VEGAS _When people think of virtual reality, they think games. Put on a helmet where VR systems are being demonstrated, and chances are you'll be immersed in a video game. Here you are in a spaceship cockpit. Now you're driving a race car. Oh, look, you're dodging...

NBC’s ‘Peter Pan Live!’ Raises Stakes With Flashier Set, Bolder Cast

NBC’s ‘Peter Pan Live!’ Raises Stakes With Flashier Set, Bolder Cast

December 2, 2014


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By Steven Zeitchik Los Angeles Times (TNS) BETHPAGE, N.Y. — In a soundstage on a particularly desolate patch of Long Island, Allison Williams is dangling in the dark from a 25-foot harness. The “Girls” star floats stealthily above a brightly lighted bedroom where a make-believe family belts...

Bing Crosby Profiled In A Must-See Holiday Documentary

Bing Crosby Profiled In A Must-See Holiday Documentary

December 2, 2014


Filed under Music, Television

By Neal Justin Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (TNS) You could forgive Mary Crosby if she never wanted to hear “White Christmas” again. The most popular single in recording history was the signature hit for her father, Bing Crosby, and has become as tied to the holiday season as Santa Claus and fruitca...

How TV’s Age Of Exploration Took Off In A Huge Way

November 30, 2014


Filed under National

By Mary Mcnamara Los Angeles Times (TNS) Here are a few things that did not exist in American television 10 years ago: Binge-watching; recapping; scripted series on networks devoted to old movies, science and history; zombies; streaming services; popular series that end just because the story is done; fi...

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