CBS has released the full letter CEO Les Moonves wrote to Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, in which Moonves calls the TWC a la carte proposal an “empty gesture” meant to “muddy the water and…
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ABC Family drama "The Fosters" — assailed by One Million Moms for "pushing an agenda that homosexuality is acceptable"— saw a surge in viewership on Monday for its second episode.
For years, Texas films were the last thing people wanted to see at South by Southwest, to the extent that local directors begged fest programmers not to put them in the Lone Star section.
Pubcaster WNET dominated Sunday night's 43rd Annual New York Emmy Awards, winning 22 of the 88 statuettes -- a record for the station.
Dorothy Jeakins, Academy Award-winning costume designer for “Joan of Arc” and “The Night of the Iguana,” died Nov. 21 of complications related to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease at a residential…
Michael C. Smith, 34, comedian and radio talkshow host, died July 11, in Stoughton, Mass. Born and raised in Milton, Mass., Smith was the co-host of “One in Ten,” a show on WFNX-FM that was geared to…
WCBS-TV walked off with the most awards yesterday at the 36th annual local Emmy Awards presented by the New York chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
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