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  • South by Southwest film program announced; festival runs March 11-19

    South by Southwest film program announced; festival runs March 11-19

    The features lineup for this year’s South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival is a typically unpredictable group of films that leans toward the eclectic and unusual. With their program announcement released Tuesday, the Austin, Texas-based festival, which this year runs from March 11 to 19,...

  • Iowa caucus coverage sets new ratings highs for cable news

    Iowa caucus coverage sets new ratings highs for cable news

    The 2016 race for the White House is the ratings gift that keeps on giving for cable news. Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC all saw their largest audiences ever for coverage of the Iowa caucuses on Monday, as Sen. Ted Cruz was victorious on the Republican side and Hillary Clinton squeaked out a...

  • James Corden to host Tony Awards — but can he reverse ratings slide?

    James Corden to host Tony Awards — but can he reverse ratings slide?

    CBS has tapped one of its own comedic talents to host one of its most prestigious awards-show telecasts — but will it be enough to bring back viewers? James Corden will follow in the high-kicking footsteps of Hugh Jackman and Neil Patrick Harris as the new host of the Tony Awards ceremony, organizers...

  • Lady Gaga to pay tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys; Nile Rodgers to direct

    Lady Gaga to pay tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys; Nile Rodgers to direct

    Iconic rock provocateur David Bowie will be feted by another artist known for pushing the boundaries of genre, gender and beyond: Lady Gaga. The pop star will pay tribute to Bowie at the Grammys, the Recording Academy announced Tuesday morning. Gaga was already set for a performance on the Feb....

  • Fox to reduce workforce; targets $250 million in budget cuts

    Fox to reduce workforce; targets $250 million in budget cuts

    21st Century Fox intends to trim its West Coast workforce to help reach $250 million in cost cuts this year at its TV networks and film studio. Fox's corporate bottom line has been under increased pressure because of higher programming and marketing costs. In addition, several of Fox's TV networks...

  • Doors' surviving members to reunite for Ray Manzarek benefit tribute

    Doors' surviving members to reunite for Ray Manzarek benefit tribute

    Surviving founding members of the Doors John Densmore and Robby Krieger will reunite for the first time in 15 years with some help from Exene Cervenka and John Doe of long-running L.A. punk band X to salute Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek with a benefit concert Feb. 12 on what would have been Manzarek’s...

  • As Relativity seeks to exit bankruptcy, Netflix remains a hurdle

    As Relativity seeks to exit bankruptcy, Netflix remains a hurdle

    During his acceptance speech at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday, actor Kevin Spacey made a sly allusion to his new job leading beleaguered movie studio Relativity Media.“I just want to talk a little bit about the theory of Relativity,” the Oscar-winning actor said. “Because apparently,...

  • Vanessa Hudgens dedicates 'Grease: Live' to her father, who died a day before the show

    Vanessa Hudgens dedicates 'Grease: Live' to her father, who died a day before the show

    It was a night of highs and lows for Vanessa Hudgens, who announced that her father died of cancer just before her highly anticipated performance in Fox's "Grease: Live." The "High School Musical" alum took to Twitter just before the show to share the sad news and dedicate her performance to him....

  • 'Grease: Live' is an exuberant, technically audacious performance

    'Grease: Live' is an exuberant, technically audacious performance

    Following NBC into the musical-theater as live television event/stunt business, Fox put up a production of "Grease" on Sunday night, filling it with young-ish singing stars, many with roots in the Disney/Nickelodeon industrial-pop complex that is modern kids' television. Starring Aaron Tveit, whose...

  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troubles

    'Downton Abbey' recap: Tummy troubles

    At the risk of sounding insensitive, it would be kind of perfect if Lord Grantham died. Just hear me out. "Downton Abbey" has charted the slow demise of the aristocracy over six seasons; what better way to end the series than with the (literal) demise of the show's most prominent aristocrat? We...

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