CBS Corp. took a look under the hood of TV Guide Network more than a year ago, but wasn't impressed by what it saw.
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The hope is that by spinning off a new network, FXX, News Corp. can extend the company's reach into the younger part of the demographic most coveted by advertisers.
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TLC's latest series, "Pete Rose: Hits & Mrs.," no doubt began as another wannabe freakshow (most of the channel's lineup is), but winds up playing like a reality-TV version of the May-December…
In its effort to branch out into serialized dramas, TNT has given a series greenlight to its Frank Darabont crime drama set in 1940s Los Angeles.
Boy, if you ever needed evidence of what TV can do to screw up sports, look no further than the Pac-12 championship game that's going to air on Fox this Friday. UCLA – coming off an embarrassing 50-0…
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