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In the latest wrinkle in its "30 for 30" documentary brand, ESPN has commissioned a series of films devoted to women in sports and the landmark 40-year-old Title IX ruling that mandated equal support…
CNN and ESPN worked hard to get their mileage out of live coverage of the Correspondents Dinner, even though the night failed to break its dated construct.
There has been a lot of bad, premature, jump-the-gun, alarmist, report-first-sort-out-the-damage-later reporting in the few days since the bomb blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon.
The Kevin Spacey vehicle isn't without some annoying tics, and feels a little late boarding the bandwagon of projects with Washington politics as a backdrop.
Sarah Palin's hair. CNN's "Magic Wall." NBC's "rogue tweet." Karl Rove's fight with Fox News -- on Fox News.
The broadcast networks' coverage of political conventions are but a whisper of the gavel-to-gavel days of election years past, but CNN will be devoting sunup to sundown attention to the gatherings.
A mixed bag of warrior myths, '70s Americana and a rootsy "Romeo and Juliet," "King of the Travellers" marks a confident turn by writer-helmer Mark O'Connor.