After the coffee. Before creating my own entertainment festival.
The Skinny: Nothing against "True Detective," but you know what I like about "The Walking Dead"? I like that I am not required to read 10,000-word essays about each episode or search for hidden clues. It's all right in front of me. Today's roundup includes
Daily Dose: Although the Justice Department's review of
Trying to light a fuse under Revolt. Sean Combs is interested in acquiring the music channel Fuse from
Earley to rise. Fox Broadcasting is restructuring ts programming unit and putting more executives under Chief Operating Officer Joe Earley. The move basically combines the network's current programming and development units. It also puts more of the day-to-day operations on the shoulders of Earley, who became COO in 2012 and frees up his boss — entertainment chief Kevin Reilly — to focus on bigger-picture strategies. More from the Los Angeles Times and Hollywood Reporter.
Getting a makeover. The
Leaning out. Sharyl Attkisson, a high-profile investigative reporter at
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