THE VIEW FROM THE EDGE OF TOWN It's Holiday Time
If we all could take a minute away from personal attacks, maybe we could focus...even for a second...on something much more important.
I would like to take this time, to focus on somet... Posted on 11/12/13 at 4:12 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Television City
The backdrop for a couple of new books I just finished reading is CBS Television City in Hollywood. One is by Carol Burnett, the other is about the Smothers Brothers. In the mid-1960's, th... Posted on 7/13/10 at 3:28 AM
Dear Shirley, I’m not sure what time the CBS “Sunday Morning” show comes on your television in Tucson. Around here, it is 8 a.m. And this Sunday, they will be showing and talking about their visit to Grand Forks last week. Bill Geist was here asking questions.
Time Warner Cable Inc. CEO Glenn Britt has offered to end a four-day blackout of CBS stations in three major cities, saying the cable operator would allow CBS to sell its stations' signal "a la carte" to consumers instead of bundling it with other channels.
A contractual disagreement between a satellite provider and Hoak Media, which operates the local NBC and CBS affiliates here, could leave thousands of DirecTV subscribers in the region without two major networks in the New Year.
The resurgence of situation comedies is the clearest trend to emerge from TV's helter-skelter week of fall schedule announcements that just concluded. ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC will have 30 half-hour comedies on the air at the beginning of next season — 32 by November — compared to 17 at the opening of a new season five years ago.
From the vintage globe projected behind the anchor desk to the Cronkite-era producers mixing it up at story meetings to the no-frills reports that fill 21 minutes and 16 seconds each weeknight, the “CBS Evening News” has made a determined effort to bring newsy back.
Watch video at bottom of article Grand Forks Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty, whose GrandForksHerald.com Eatbeat column this week on the new Olive Garden in the city went viral, was a guest this morning on CBS "The Early Show." As of 1 p.m. today, her Olive Garden column reached a website-record 535,000 page views.
As an appointee of Pierre Trudeau, Pierre Juneau mandated minimum standards for Canadian content on radio and television that won him few friends among broadcasters but the instant affection of Canadian performers.
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