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  • TV This Week: Feb. 23 - March 1: 'Film Independent Spirit Awards'

    TV This Week: Feb. 23 - March 1: 'Film Independent Spirit Awards'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 23 - March 1, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   See latest XXII Winter Olympics TV schedule here.   --------------...
  • A sequel for Irene Lentz fashion line

    A sequel for Irene Lentz fashion line
    At the 1960 Academy Awards, all eyes were on Doris Day, lead actress nominee for "Pillow Talk," who glittered in a silvery sheath. The gown was actually a costume borrowed from Day's next picture, the lush Ross Hunter thriller "Midnight Lace," which...
  • In Syria, bombardment of Aleppo brings 'a feeling of paralysis'

    In Syria, bombardment of Aleppo brings 'a feeling of paralysis'
    When Omar Naasir wants a restful night's sleep in Aleppo, he says, he stays as close as possible to the front line of the ongoing clashes between Syrian rebel and government forces. Farther back in his rebel-controlled neighborhood, Naasir says, the...
  • Comcast's deal for Time Warner Cable left Charter out in the cold

    Comcast's deal for Time Warner Cable left Charter out in the cold
    Comcast Corp. may seem like a white knight to Time Warner Cable, but the folks at Charter Communications probably consider it more of a snake in the grass. Charter, which last month made an unsolicited bid for Time Warner Cable, had been talking with...
  • Lakers fail to sell out another game at Staples Center

    Lakers fail to sell out another game at Staples Center
    The most compelling number to watch in the Lakers' box scores the rest of the season could be home attendance. The Lakers failed to sell out a game Tuesday for the second time this season when they drew a season-low 18,209 against the Utah Jazz,...
  • Matt Lauer replaces Bob Costas for Olympics coverage

    Matt Lauer replaces Bob Costas for Olympics coverage
    Bob Costas' eye infection that has been causing American Olympics viewers much discomfort while watching NBC's coverage of the Games has finally sent the sportscaster back to the bench. Costas will be sitting out NBC's primetime and late-night...
  • 'The Daily Show's' Jason Jones misses the good old Cold War days

    'The Daily Show's' Jason Jones misses the good old Cold War days
    "The Daily Show" sent correspondent Jason Jones to Russia to cover the Olympics in Sochi, but before he made it to the Games, he stopped off in Moscow to file a report on the state of things in the country. Much to his dismay, things aren't like they...
  • TNT cancels Frank Darabont's 'Mob City'

    TNT cancels Frank Darabont's 'Mob City'
    Frank Darabont's post-"Walking Dead" work life is off to a zombie-crawl, with TNT deciding to cancel his period noir drama "Mob City." The series was billed a three-week television event, with two back-to-back episodes trying to capitalize on the idea...
  • Lakers bumped from national TV yet again

    Lakers bumped from national TV yet again
    With Kobe Bryant off the court with a knee injury, the Lakers aren't quite the national draw they typically have been the last 17 years. ESPN announced on Monday that they're pulling the Feb. 23 Brooklyn Nets visit to the Lakers from their schedule,...
  • CBS lands Thursday NFL deal

    CBS lands Thursday NFL deal
    CBS has scored the rights for a new Thursday night football package. The one-year deal with the National Football League is for eight games that CBS will air in the first half of the NFL season starting this fall. While terms were not disclosed, it is...
  • Big media still has plenty of muscle

    Big media still has plenty of muscle
    There may be 500 channels and almost $80 billion in advertising and subscriber revenue in the television industry, but most of that content and cash is controlled by a handful of companies. In a new report on the U.S. media industry, Sanford C....