Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Nbc the gilded age

  • NBC Signs Creator of 'Downton Abbey' for Drama About Gilded Age in New York

    Julian Fellowes, the creator of Lee Everett/The Mount, via Associated Press Julian Fellowes, the creator of "Downton Abbey," made a visit this month to The Mount, in Lenox, Mass.


  • Today's TWoP News: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

    NBC has hired Fellowes to develop The Gilded Age, a primetime drama following the rich and powerful in 1880s New York.


  • Santa Barbara leaders clamor for Huguette Clark home to serve the arts

    Huguette (pronounced "u-GET") Marcelle Clark, born in Paris in 1906, inherited her fortune from William Andrews Clark (1839-1925), a U.S.


  • MSNBC Battles 'Pro-Obama' Label Heading Into President's Second Term

    That perception of MSNBC has gravitated into pop culture, too, with even NBC comedians recently piling on. Last month, "Saturday Night Live" mocked MSNBC hosts' .... Robert Creamer, a political organizer, strategist and partner in Democracy Partners ...


  • Jack Welch's Unretirement

    "If I were president," he declared, according to Lauren Ohnesorge of the Triangle Business Journal, who was present, "I would raise the retirement age!" And: "The trouble with government is, it has no competition—it is bloated ... Welch left the ...


  • New York Times Asks Is Limbaugh's America Gone? Liberals Reply Yes, Time ...

    Edsall quoted Robert Borosage in a fit of glee: "In our Gilded Age of extreme inequality, with a middle class that increasingly understands the rules are rigged against them, this was the first election in what is likely to be an era of growing class ...


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