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Young Life College Opens Up New Spiritual Opportunities For Students

Young Life College Opens Up New Spiritual Opportunities For Students

Jackson Miller, Assistant Editor and Chief

October 9, 2014


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Northeast students have a new spiritual opportunity on campus. Young Life College is a nondenominational organization, “that meets the relationship needs of students, especially those who are seeking to know God,” says Terry Nelson, speech instructor and director of forensics on the Northeast campus....

Disney empire strikes back with ‘Star Wars Rebels’

Disney empire strikes back with ‘Star Wars Rebels’

September 30, 2014


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By Rick Bentley The Fresno Bee (MCT) LOS ANGELES — December 2015 seems light years away, especially to “Star Wars” fans eagerly awaiting the seventh feature film in the popular sci-fi series. Disney will fill a little of that dark void with the new animated series “Star Wars Rebels.” T...

‘Black-ish’ Celebrates Black Culture

‘Black-ish’ Celebrates Black Culture

September 25, 2014


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By Rick Bentley The Fresno Bee (MCT) LOS ANGELES — Network executives have talked for years about the need for more diversity in their programming. But all you have to do is watch TV to realize how far off they are from reflecting the real ethnic makeup of this country. Larry Wilmore, executive produ...

‘Modern Family’ Actress Alleges Ex-boyfriend Choked Her

‘Modern Family’ Actress Alleges Ex-boyfriend Choked Her

September 25, 2014


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By Richard Winton Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES—“Modern Family” actress Sarah Hyland has obtained a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend after he allegedly choked and threatened to kill her, court records show. A Los Angeles County judge issued the order days before her ex, 24-y...

A Tiresome ‘Utopia’: They Argue, They Make Rules, They Argue Some More On Fox’s New Reality Show

A Tiresome ‘Utopia’: They Argue, They Make Rules, They Argue Some More On Fox’s New Reality Show

September 9, 2014


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By Robert Lloyd Los Angeles Times (MCT) In “Utopia,” which is not an adaptation of Thomas More’s 1516 work of philosophical speculative fiction but a reality show from the creator of “Big Brother,” 15 people volunteer to live together for a year without indoor plumbing. As is the custom, th...

Vieira Returns To Daytime TV

Vieira Returns To Daytime TV

September 9, 2014


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By Neal Justin Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (MCT) If it were up to Meredith Vieira, her new talk show would have taken place in her living room with an intimate audience bused in for every episode. Her husband nixed it. The compromise: hauling one of her oldest chairs, tattered over the years by famil...

FX’s ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Rides Into Final Season With Deadly Intent

FX’s ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Rides Into Final Season With Deadly Intent

September 4, 2014


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By Greg Braxton Los Angeles Times (MCT) Seven years have passed since the members of Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Original locked the picturesque hamlet of Charming, Calif., in their lawless grip, filling the streets with murder, mayhem and all manner of reckless havoc. But now the rambu...

Police Say ‘Cops’ TV Show Crew Member Killed By Friendly Fire During Taping

Police Say ‘Cops’ TV Show Crew Member Killed By Friendly Fire During Taping

August 28, 2014


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By Ryan Parker Los Angeles Times (MCT) A crew member for the TV show “Cops” died after he was shot by friendly fire while filming an episode for the long-running reality series when Omaha, Neb., police responded to an armed robbery Tuesday night, officials said Wednesday. Omaha Police Chief To...

Q&A With Financial Journalist Maria Bartiromo

Q&A With Financial Journalist Maria Bartiromo

August 13, 2014


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By Patricia Sheridan Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (MCT) PITTSBURGH — In 1995, Maria Bartiromo was the first journalist to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and the first female journalist to be inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame. The former CNBC “Money Honey” and Emmy Award w...

Hulu Expands Original Content, Boasts 6 million Hulu Plus Subscribers

Hulu Expands Original Content, Boasts 6 million Hulu Plus Subscribers

July 30, 2014


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By Meredith Blake Los Angeles Times (MCT) NEW YORK — At its upfront presentation Wednesday in New York City, the online streaming service Hulu touted its aggressive expansion into original programming and its continued acquisition of top-rated network and cable series. These expansions come as the ...

New Day, But Basically The Same Story

New Day, But Basically The Same Story

July 16, 2014


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By Rick Bentley The Fresno Bee (MCT) It will be approximately 2 million “tick ... tick ... ticks” of the clock between when Jack Bauer’s last world-saving events of “24” ended and the start of a new adventure with “24: Live Another Day.” But after almost four years, little has change...

Here’s To The Brightest Stars Of 2014 In TV

Here’s To The Brightest Stars Of 2014 In TV

July 2, 2014


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By Neal Justin Star Tribune (Minneapolis) (MCT) The upside of enduring the dreariest winter since the Ice Age: Plenty of excuses to stay inside and warm ourselves by the glow of our television sets. In December, I applauded some of TV’s most valuable players, including Stephen Colbert, Allison J...

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