Monday, November 26, 2012


  • Living fossils television segment includes 4-H youth

    Through collaboration efforts of Dr. Laura Tiu, Ohio State University Extension Aquaculturalist, Eric Tiu and colleagues from Ohio University and Ohio State University Extension 4-H Educator, Connie Goble, 9 4-H youth were part of a television segment ...

  • Art Ginsburg, television chef known as Mr. Food, dies at 82

    With a pleasantly goofy, grandfatherly manner and a willingness to embrace processed foods, he endeared himself to millions of home cooks via 90-second segments syndicated to 125 television stations around the country. And though he published 52 Mr.

  • How To Get More Women Writing Television? Convince Men It Matters.

    He wrote a television show, a comedy about a shock jock starring Dane Cook called Next Caller Please (which against my better judgment, I rather enjoyed).

  • Angus T. Jones Says 'Two and a Half Men' is 'Filth': 'Please Stop Watching ...

    Do some research on the effects of television and your brain, and I promise you you'll have a decision to make when it comes to television, especially with what you watch." Jones continues with the testimonial, intimating that the show is part of the ...

  • Television review: 'Liz & Dick' romance fizzles in graceless biopic

    An epic love story, like a good horror movie, relies more on possibility than actuality. Surprise and anticipation, of what is to come and what it might mean, are what draw viewers in, binding them in fetters of pleasure and pain.

  • An Apple Television Concept That Includes A La Carte Entertainment ...

    In The Verge's Apple Core forum is a brilliant post entitled, "My A La Carte Dream - Apple TV Concept." In it, the writer, who goes by the screen name Knowledge, suggests the hardware and software components Apple should put into the company's ...

  • Dodgers close to eye-popping TV deal with Fox

    The team is close to completing a long-term television contract with Fox that is worth at least $6 billion, per both Nikki Finke of Deadline Hollywood and Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times.

  • Brooke Runnette Named New President of National Geographic Television.

    "Our top priority at National Geographic Television is finding and producing the best content and original programming to support the international growth and influence of our cable channels around the world," said John Fahey, chairman and CEO of ...

  • ITV renews 'Downton Abbey' for a fourth season

    ITV renews 'Downton Abbey' for a fourth season. Television; November 25, 2012; By: Hilda Benard · Subscribe.

  • Larry Hagman, JR Ewing on Television's 'Dallas,' Dies at 81

    Larry Hagman, whose portrayal of a rapacious, roguishly charming Texas oilman on the nighttime soap opera "Dallas" left a worldwide television audience wondering, "Who shot J.R.?", has died, the New York Times said. He was 81. Hagman died in a Dallas ...

  • My 2012 in Television

    2012 was a weird year in television. It had everything from highly anticipated let-downs like The Newsroom to not-so-highly anticipated successes like Married to Jonas (so entertaining, you guys.

  • This Week's TV: Two of your favorite comic book characters are coming to ...

    This week's television includes the debuts of two of your favorite characters from the world of comics: The Walking Dead reveals a "fan favorite character," and Arrow introduces the Huntress.

  • Our Sites The Web

    The University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music is partnering with CET, Cincinnati Public Television, to present broadcasts of CCM performances on its arts channel, CET Arts (48.3).

  • Ovation Lands Rights to The Scapegoat

    SANTA MONICA: Ovation has inked a deal with Content Television for the rights to The Scapegoat, a two-hour feature film scheduled to debut early next year.

  • A Santa bagful of holiday-TV specials

    You may not have noticed, but your television has been taken over by Santas, Scrooges and numerous music specials. So, grab a holiday beverage and some turkey leftovers, and settle into your favorite comfy chair.

  • Gray looks to double up in Lincoln NE

    Gray Television is seeking a waiver to own it alongside its CBS KOLN-TV. The seller is Colins Broadcasting Corporation, headed by Thomas F. Mitts.

  • Omaha Meeting Concerning Public Access Television Set For November 26

    A meeting concerning Omaha public access television will be held at 4 p.m. Monday at the Omaha Douglas City/County building, 1819 Farnam Street, Level LC 1. This meeting will be the first of two public meetings held by a subcommittee of the Cable ...

  • TV: Networks Hope to Find a Follow…

    If you work for a broadcast television network and your letterhead doesn't feature a multicolored peacock logo, it's probably safe to say that the 2012-13 season has failed to live up to even your most modest expectations.

  • Morgan Freeman Lends Voice to HRC National Marriage Equality Television Ad ...

    25, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, today announced a national television ad campaign following on the historic victories for marriage ...

  • Channel 77: 'The Incredible Mel Brooks' shows it's good to be the king of comedy

    But the mammoth new 5-DVD/1-CD set "The Incredible Mel Brooks" makes a persuasive case. Similar to the "Steve Martin: The Television Stuff" boxed set that Shout! Factory put out a couple of months ago, "Incredible" collects a wealth of radio and ...

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