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Zap2It.comThe annual TV-business rite of spring known as the upfronts will soon be upon us. In a few days, we'll have roughly 30 new shows to make snap judgments about, schedule changes to ponder and DVR-recording strategies for the fall to map out. Before the...
Sun StaffABC producer Curt Gowdy Jr.'s office in the main production trailer at Pimlico - barely larger than the closet on the other side of the door - was filled to bursting yesterday around noon, 4 1/2 hours before the telecast. One by one, the announce crew...
Times Staff WriterIs Walt Disney Co. running out the clock on "Monday Night Football" on ABC? The 34-year-old sports classic is ABC's most popular and longest-running prime-time program -- a tradition that began in 1970 when ABC's legendary sports producer Roone Arledge...
FOR THE TIMESFriday July 31, 1998 Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the . . . uh, talent behind Comedy Central's IQ-challenged "South Park" cartoon show, take their act in front of the cameras in David Zucker's "BASEketball," where they prove to be dumber than "Dumb &...
Tags: Cartoons, Bud Abbott, Robert Downey Jr., Reggie Jackson, Death
ChicagoSports.comHere we go again. Another Monday night experience for the Bears. Players always say Monday Night Football is a chance to prove something to your peers, a chance for the entire country to watch you play. This Bears team is out to prove they're not one...
MIAMI (AP) - On the stage he helped create, Roone Arledge was praised at halftime of the "Monday Night Football" telecast as a man whose vision "transcended sports." Arledge conceived "MNF" more than three decades ago, and it was fitting the longest-...
Tribune television criticWelcome to the Microsoft Word/Dell PC article about the RadioShack Pre-game Show, the Charles Schwab Kickoff Show, the Coach Don Shula coin toss, the Reebok Halftime Report, the AT&T Wireless Halftime Show, and oh, yes the actual Super Bowl, an...
Tags: Sony Corp., Gaming, Jimmy Fallon, Jack Nicholson, Armed Forces
Tribune staff reporterFirst quarter The atmosphere was juiced for the Bears' first "Monday Night Football" game in five years. The fans at the University of Illinois' Memorial Stadium booed the visiting Green Bay Packers heartily and cheered the home Bears mightily. Although...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2-1/2 stars (out of 4) "Miracle" envisions the 1980 U.S. Olympic ice hockey team as the Seabiscuit of its day. The Soviets were the thoroughbreds - the best trained, most highly skilled skaters in a program that had won four straight gold medals. The...
ChicagoSports.comBe sure to return Wednesday for another edition of From the Cubicle as the Sox take on the Indians in Game 2 of the series. Welcome, everyone, to live play-by-play commentary of the White Sox home opener. If you're a Sox fan, stuck at work without a TV,...
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