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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Bob Greenblatt
NBC announced two additional live musical productions that are in progress. Other networks are also selecting musicals to recreate.
NBC says it's planning to air a live production of "The Music Man."
"AD: Beyond the Bible," the follow-up to the blockbuster History series "The Bible," is set for NBC in the coming months with the reappearance of husband-wife hosts Mark Burnett and Roma Downey.
NBC Entertainment has a new president, an executive plucked from Twentieth Century Fox Television.
Tracy Morgan said Friday that he was sorry for telling an audience in Nashville, Tenn., that if his son were gay, he would "pull out a knife and stab" him.
NBC is betting on the Playboy club, Chelsea Handler and a raft of romantic comedies among the dozen new series it has ordered in its latest attempt to come back from a long slump that has made it television's fourth-place broadcast network.
NBC is looking to revitalize its prime-time lineup with the appointment of a cable TV executive who transformed the once-maligned Showtime channel into a worthy rival to HBO.
Comcast Corp. Chief Operating Officer Steve Burke has picked a new executive team that will help him run NBC Universal when Comcast takes over the media giant in the coming months, according to published reports Friday.
In a statement, NBC Entertainment Chairman Bob Greenblatt said reinvigorating Thursday was a top priority for the network.
He also said the network is introducing an unprecedented number of new original series after a "stellar year" in scripted programming development.