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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Switch 'em up, partner

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Switch 'em up, partner
    The glitterverse had a little more swing in its step this week on “Dancing With the Stars,” as the producers took a cue from those key parties in the 1970s and had stars switch up their pro partners while their original pro partners (and an...
  • Captain America to take on Superman. WWE Net doesn't wow Wall St.

    Captain America to take on Superman. WWE Net doesn't wow Wall St.
    After the coffee. Before reading Comcast's FCC public interest statement. The Skinny: I may have to start working East Coast hours. It will just make life easier for me. Either that or I need to hire a clone. Anyway, Tuesday's roundup includes stories...
  • Tablets and apps for children are on the rise

    Tablets and apps for children are on the rise
    Nick Stepka knew what gift would make his daughter's third birthday a hit, and it wasn't a toy or doll. He gave her a tablet — not a sleek new iPad or a hand-me-down Samsung, but one specifically designed and marketed for little ones. It even came...
  • Queen Latifah and Centric to revive canceled 'Single Ladies'

    Queen Latifah and Centric to revive canceled 'Single Ladies'
    "Single Ladies," the romantic comedy series about three female best friends working in the fashion, music and celebrity world that was just canceled by VH1 after three seasons, is coming back. Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment company, which...
  • Review: 'Deadbeat' treats its ghosts with an into-the-light touch

    Review: 'Deadbeat' treats its ghosts with an into-the-light touch
    The extremely likable Tyler Labine, whose constitutional buoyancy has kept him bobbing back into view even as the ships beneath him ("Mad Love," "Sons of Tucson," "Animal Practice," the relatively long-lived — two seasons! — "Reaper") go one...
  • Data compilers' secret scores have consumers pegged — fairly or not

    Data compilers' secret scores have consumers pegged — fairly or not
    Consumers won access to their credit scores more than a decade ago, after advocates voiced concerns over errors and lending bias. But most people remain in the dark about hundreds of other data-collection programs still being used to size up consumers...
  • Comcast and Time Warner Cable to make case for deal this week

    Comcast and Time Warner Cable to make case for deal this week
    Comcast and Time Warner Cable will begin to make the case for their proposed marriage this week with a filing at the Federal Communications Commission and a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The deal, unveiled in February and valued at more...
  • Broadcast lobbyist Gordon Smith blasts FCC in speech at NAB show

    Broadcast lobbyist Gordon Smith blasts FCC in speech at NAB show
    The broadcasting industry's top lobbyist said the Federal Communications Commission needs to work closer with the industry rather than trying to undermine it through regulatory measures that favor would-be competitors. "Over the past five years, there...
  • Critic's Notebook: Stephen Colbert gets 'Late Show,' and CBS gets relief

    Critic's Notebook: Stephen Colbert gets 'Late Show,' and CBS gets relief
    And so it came to pass that Stephen Colbert was announced as the next host of "The Late Show" (as of "sometime" in 2015 to be formerly "with David Letterman") and what was already thought a likelihood became a certainty. It seems in every way a sensible...
  • ABC names James Goldston president of ABC News

    ABC names James Goldston president of ABC News
    ABC News has a new accent. James Goldston, a veteran producer who began his career at the BBC in his native Britain, on Thursday was named president of ABC News. The move completed an executive shuffle that began a month ago when Anne Sweeney, president...
  • Are good vibrations in store as cinemas amp up film experience?

     Are good vibrations in store as cinemas amp up film experience?
    In front of me, the movie screen starts at the floor and rises so high it's like seeing "Divergent" on the side of a building. At the moment warrior princess Tris, played by a fierce Shailene Woodley, is about to jump onto a speeding train. I can feel the...