RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

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

Top Television Articles

Displaying items 109-120
  • Youmans: Heading to Hollywood

    Youmans: Heading to Hollywood
    At age 9, I watched with wide eyes as"American Idol"debuted on national television in 2002. I never imagined that 10 years later I would receive my very own golden ticket to Hollywood. After my debut appearance in the Season 11 premiere, which showed...
  • Arts education takes her to Stanford

    Arts education takes her to Stanford
    SANTA ANA — Movie posters covered the walls of a small room containing a large desk covered in different sized monitors and control boards full of knobs and switches. The room is the control center of "Art Attack," the Orange County High School...
  • From the Sports Desk: Injured Hahn inspires

    Wednesday night's All-Star Lowsman Banquet offered plenty of laughs, but there was a serious moment before the dinner began. In the VIP room at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, a 19-year-old entered in a wheelchair to mingle with the Hall of...
  • Apodaca: Miss Universe gives more than beauty tips

    Shawn Weatherly Harris and I come from different backgrounds. A Southern belle who was anointed Miss Universe 1980, Shawn later became a successful actress with roles in TV shows such as "Baywatch" and "OceanQuest." While Shawn was collecting crowns...
  • On Theater: 'Godot' is dynamic at UCI theater

    Theater scholars have debated for more than 50 years about the merits and meanings of Samuel Beckett's murky masterwork "Waiting for Godot." It may be, like a certain TV sitcom, a play about nothing, yet it certainly was instrumental in earning Beckett...
  • Mesa Musings: Man bites dog on campus? 'Zounds!'

    A sight stopped me in my tracks during my morning walk last Wednesday. The spectacle took me back to my 37-year career as community relations director at Orange Coast College. Somewhat like Jay Carney, the White House spokesman, I served as OCC's...
  • Peters bound for Canton

    Peters bound for Canton
    COSTA MESA — Alipa Peters has experienced a lot of adversity, from financial hardship to the death of loved ones. Tuesday afternoon was a time to celebrate his ability to rise above it all. At Estancia High's training center, teammates applauded...
  • PBS SoCal studio construction to begin

    COSTA MESA — Construction of PBS SoCal's new studio headquarters will break ground with a formal ceremony Thursday, the company announced Wednesday. The new television production studio at 3080 Bristol St. will replace PBS SoCal's use of production...
  • O.C. beams up William Shatner

    O.C. beams up William Shatner
    When William Shatner opened on Broadway last February, he wasn't nearly as confident as his show's title indicated. The actor's one-man show sported the cheeky moniker, "Shatner's World: We Just Live In It." But a nasty elemental force had invaded...
  • Music Review: Aquabats have kid-friendly show at Great Park

    Music Review: Aquabats have kid-friendly show at Great Park
    Kids stayed up a little past their bedtimes this week as they watched the Aquabats perform fun ditties at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine. The Huntington Beach ska group played for free Thursday as part of the park's Summer's End Weekend at the...
  • Steinberg: NFL is national pastime

    When I was a child growing up in the 1950s, Major League Baseball was the national pastime. Baseball dominated media sports coverage. But that is no longer the case. The extraordinary shift is confirmed by the television Nielsen ratings for Sept. 3-9....
  • Steinberg: A new MLB story

    There is no joy in So Cal. The mighty Angels and Dodgers have struck out. Artie Moreno broke the bank signing slugger Albert Pujols and CJ Wilson in the offseason. He funded a powerful lineup of hitters. But oh the pitching was a disaster. The Dodgers...