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  • Emmycast with Jane Lynch presiding was a winner

    Even if your favorite nominee got snubbed, Sunday's Emmycast could have been the most satisfying in memory.


  • Rachel Reilly

    Tuning In to TV

    Rachel Reilly has no reason to pout over the "Big Brother" results.


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Co-hosts Daphne Oz (left) and Iron Chef Michael Symon prepare food while Clinton Kelly (far right) looks on during a rehearsal of ABC's "The Chew." The network's counting on food and style TV's biggest stars to help soap fans get over cancellation of their stories.

    ABC serves up 'Chew'to replace soap operas

    Gnaw on this: Can some of food and style TV's biggest stars, Mario Batali and Clinton Kelly among them, help ABC soap fans get over the cancellation of their favorite stories? The network's counting on it for "The Chew."


  • Even SEC teams sometimes lose battle with TVs

    Even the mighty Southeastern Conference is working harder to coax fans out of their living rooms and into stadiums.


  • ABC hopes `The Chew' can win over daytime viewers

    Gnaw on this: Can some of food and style TV's biggest stars, Mario Batali and Clinton Kelly among them, help ABC soap fans get over cancellation of their favorite stories? The network's counting on it for "The Chew."


  • Conan O'Brien attends  the South by Southwest premiere of "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop,"  a documentary that captured the days after his departure from the "Tonight Show," Sunday, March 13, 2011, Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/April Castro)

    MOVIE REVIEW: 'Conan O'Brien Can't Stop'

    The tumult that surrounded Conan O'Brien's departure from the "Tonight Show" host slot at NBC comes off as a bit silly in the re-telling, such is the velocity with which our popular culture is fragmenting.


  • MLB rejects proposed Dodgers TV deal

    Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has rejected a proposed television deal between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Fox Sports that voids a recent divorce settlement between team owner Frank McCourt and his ex-wife, Jamie McCourt.


  • Reports: Spy show ban before China party milestone

    Chinese TV regulators have reportedly ordered local broadcasters to stay away from spy and crime thrillers as part of a propaganda buildup for the ruling Communist Party's 90th anniversary July 1.


  • In this publicity image released by HBO, Claire Danes portrays Temple Grandin in a scene from the HBO film, "Temple Grandin."  (AP Photo/HBO, Van Redin)

    Radio shines in 2010 Peabody Award winners

    The winners of the 2010 Peabody Awards announced Thursday include some of the biggest names in television, but the age-old medium of radio shined in this year's competition with eight awards.


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