Two years ago, an enterprising USC film school grad saw an opening with the demise of the long-running syndicated series "At the Movies."
Despite GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney's call for ending federal funding for public broadcasting, PBS execs say that it will be the viewing public that determines whether the network will thrive or…
As PBS adjusts to serving Southern California post-KCET, the programming service doesn't expect to see any more major station defections.
As KCET dumped PBS and officially went indie Sunday, the station was downgraded by two Southern California cable operators.
As Orange County pubcaster KOCE adjusts to fill the Los Angeles void left by KCET's split from PBS, the station changing its name to PBS SoCal.
PBS is racing to turn Orange County's KOCE into its primary Los Angeles affiliate by the end of the year.
L.A. pubcaster KCET is crafting an extreme programming makeover.
Viacom-owned indie KCAL-TV and regional News Corp. outlet Fox Sports Net shared bragging rights at the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards on Saturday night, landing 11 trophies each.
For the third straight year, Fox-owned KTTV nabbed more local Emmy nominations than any other L.A. station.
KCAL-TV once again dominates the Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards competition, with the Disney-owned station earning a record 58 nominations in 54 categories announced Thursday -- a total that surpasses…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures