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Television

A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources.
A collection of news and information related to Television published by Tribune Company sources. « Show less

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  • Steinberg: NFL schedule release causes excitement

    The NFL released its 2015 schedule Tuesday night. The announcement was covered with multiple news outlets paying rapt attention. The NFL teams have actually known since December which teams they will be playing, but now the NFL released the exact dates...
  • Rescued for a life of fame

    It wasn't easy to find the perfect dog to play Sandy, the friendly stray in the new national tour of the Broadway musical "Annie." For weeks, animal trainer William Berloni of William Berloni Theatrical Animals had searched rescue websites across the...
  • The Crowd: Women of television lead Chapman panel

    The Crowd: Women of television lead Chapman panel
    Television is the media kingpin of information, like it or not. Today the video images may be delivered via multiple devices but make no mistake, as Marshall McLuhan famously stated long ago, "The medium is the message." Recently, Chapman University's...
  • Steinberg: High stakes television insanity in L.A.

    For the second straight year, the most popular sports team in the nation's second largest market is blacked out on television. The Los Angeles Dodgers games are not available to 70% of the market due to a dispute between Time Warner and other cable...
  • The God Squad: Springtime offers paths to rebirth, salvation

    Passover and Good Friday fall on the same day this year (April 3), and Easter Sunday and the second day of Passover are also on the same day (April 5). Although Easter Sunday was on the same day for all Christian denominations last year, that will not...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV

    Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV
    Just a few minutes until air time, and Corona del Mar High School senior Connor Mickelsen was feeling the pressure. Standing in front of a bright-green wall in a converted space in the school's front office, Mickelsen was ready to go. His hair looked...
  • City Lights: An Oscar nod doesn't mean a film will be a classic someday

    City Lights: An Oscar nod doesn't mean a film will be a classic someday
    Talk about a prophetic theme song. When the Los Angeles Times reported the 30th anniversary re-release of John Hughes' school-detention drama "The Breakfast Club," it opened with a rhetorical question that didn't need explaining: "You didn't forget...
  • Rachel Zoe helps usher in fall fashions at South Coast Plaza show

    Rachel Zoe helps usher in fall fashions at South Coast Plaza show
    For Jill Robinson, it was a dream come true to see Hollywood stylist Rachel Zoe host a fashion show at Costa Mesa's South Coast Plaza. "She inspired me to lose 60 pounds, so now I can wear cute clothes," Robinson said. Robinson was one of 1,200 fans...
  • Commentary: How well should we know our neighbors?

    On the street where I am temporarily staying in London, a newsletter arrives through the mailbox every few months. It details the neighborhood news, is often unintentionally hilarious (the last one had a single line about a local bakery running out of...
  • Irvine man sentenced for contractor fraud

    An Irvine man was sentenced to more than six months in jail after his appearance on the reality TV show "Catch a Contractor" led to his second conviction for soliciting home improvement work without a state license. Myron Elliott Barker, 66, pleaded...
  • Newport-Mesa Sports Scene TV show debuts

    Newport-Mesa Sports Scene TV show debuts
    The Newport-Mesa Sports Scene show, which features Daily Pilot Sports Editor Steve Virgen, made its debut this week on YouTube and can also be seen on Costa Mesa TV and Newport Beach TV. The program covers fall sports for Estancia, Costa Mesa, Newport...
  • Local sports hits the small screen

    The public-access stations in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach are producing a new local sports television show. "Newport-Mesa SportScene" is being hosted by Daily Pilot Sports Editor Steve Virgen and Costa Mesa Television's Dane Bora. "I'm very excited...