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By the end of May 2014, the cultural behemoth known as "TV News" will no longer include Barbara Walters, arguably its best known link to the medium's earliest days.
NBC News had one surprise left in the shuffle at the top of "Today."
A skillfully performed drama that treats the varieties of musical expression as an effective if unsubtle metaphor for a person's many possible pathways through life.
This second chapter of the four-part franchise is as good as "Twilight" and arguably a shade better.
"NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams" took two nominations for top breaking story in a regularly scheduled newscast as the News & Documentary Emmy noms were announced Tuesday morning.
Naming Mark Whitaker its D.C. bureau chief, NBC News has filled one vacancy left by the recent death of Tim Russert.
The presence of a woman atop one of the big three evening newscasts is almost as rare as a female anchor. But just after Katie Couric took the helm at CBS, Alexandra Wallace became executive producer…
Playwright Alexandra Cunningham has signed a rich new overall deal with ABC Studios that keeps her on the staff of "Desperate Housewives" while developing new projects.