After the coffee. Before gettng ready to watch the Redskins tonight.
The Skinny: I never get tired of watching old episodes of "The Job." If you never saw the short-lived
Daily Dose: Andy Heller, a former top executive at Time Warner's Turner Broadcasting, has joined the board of pay-TV programmer Starz. Heller spent much of his career at Turner focused on distribution agreements and has been one of the driving forces behind "TV Everywhere," the pay-TV industry's effort to build a subscription model to view online content.
"The Butler" kicks "Kick-Ass 2." It was supposed to be a tight race for first place but instead "The Butler," starring
This pitch brought to you by ... If you're like me and you still enjoy listening to a baseball game on the radio, you've no doubt noticed the increase of what are known as "drop-in" ads. That's when the announcer not so subtly inserts a plug for an advertiser into the calls for the game. It used to happen occasionally but now seems to take place with every other pitch.
A new vice.
A tough sell. On Tuesday, the news channel
Inside the Los Angeles Times: Steven Zeitchik on the long road from script to movie for "The Dallas Buyers Club."
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