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Arsenio Hall show: Late night rerun or classic TV?

Sep 9, 2013
The late night host and comedian returns to TV with a new CBS talk show.
Posted In: tv, late night, talk shows

CBS vs. Time Warner Cable: TV wars rage on

Jul 25, 2013
Cable companies and the channels they distribute seem to enjoy a symbiotic relationship. But it's not that simple.
Posted In: CBS, tv, cable TV, Time Warner, Time Warner Cable

Behold, the future of TV: The Internet

Jul 17, 2013
Is it really such a surprise that Google and Apple are exploring television-over-the-Internet?
Posted In: Google, apple, tv, Comcast, Time Warner Cable

'Baywatch' = California, 'Golden Girls' = Florida

Jul 5, 2013
A Reddit user maps out the most significant television shows set in each state.
Posted In: tv, television

Does new TV show stereotype Latinas?

Jun 21, 2013
The new TV show, "Devious Maids," is a soap opera aimed at a Hispanic audience, but some Latinos feel it trades in stereotypes.
Posted In: Devious Maids, Latino stereotype, maids, tv, Hispanic

Soap opera.com: Can the web save the soap?

Jun 21, 2013
Web-only versions of popular soap operas may be back in production after a labor resolution.
Posted In: television, tv, soap operas

'Mad Men' fan? You have 'The Sopranos' to thank

Jun 20, 2013
Television hasn’t been the same since Tony stepped outside and found ducks in his swimming pool.
Posted In: tv, Sopranos, HBO

Reality show puts firing power in the hands of employees

May 24, 2013
"Does Someone Have To Go?" is a new reality show on the Fox network. It allows office mates the authority to fire their co-workers in an attempt to repair the workplace environment. A cruel concept or a smart way to weed out unproductive employees?
Posted In: tv, Fox, reality tv, Jobs

Bundling no more? Netflix, Hopper chip away at traditional TV

Apr 17, 2013
The TV industry is changing fast -- and one of its pillars, bundling, may be about to fall.
Posted In: tv, Tech, netflix

Turmoil at 'Today' show could spell big trouble for NBC

Mar 29, 2013
NBC's 'Today' show has ceded its long-held number one position in the ratings to Good Morning America amid a high profile, unsuccessful tryout of Ann Curry as co-host.
Posted In: NBC, Today show, tv, media

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