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NEW YORK — NBC and its related networks, including MSNBC and the Spanish-language Telemundo, are devoting much of their time on newscasts Wednesday to discussions of immigration.
NEW YORK - News Corp. announced Wednesday it would launch a new mini-network called My Network TV that will supply prime-time programming for the 10 local TV stations the company owns that were left without programming after UPN announced it would close.
NEW YORK - During his four years in Iraq, NBC News correspondent Richard Engel has escaped two attempted carjackings and a roadside bomb. Another bomb blew the door off his hotel room, sending shrapnel that burned holes through the sheets of the bed where he was sleeping. It's still an assignment he wouldn't think of giving up.
MINNEAPOLIS - That’s when job hunters ask industry insiders for information on a company or an industry - emphatically not asking for jobs, but of course hoping that one contact will know another who’ll know another who’s looking to hire.
CNN news anchor Aaron Brown poses in one of the all-news network\'s New York studios Oct. 18, 2001.
NEW YORK - For the cable news networks, it's a conflict designed for the split screen. The Senate confirmation hearings for John Roberts as the nation's chief justice opened Monday as the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina continued to dominate the news.
NEW YORK - With millions of Americans tuning in today to see who's elected president, anxious TV executives were depending on new systems to avoid the spectacular failure of their blown calls four years ago.
November 2, 2004
NEW YORK - ABC News will broadcast five hours of live primary coverage on Super Tuesday as voters in nearly half the country go to the polls next week.
Chris Coppola: Channel flipping isn't just for sports fanatics and bored couch potatoes anymore. In fact, flipping between CNN, FOX News and MSNBC can be downright fascinating - as it was Thursday morning when President Obama was giving his latest speech on health care reform before a university crowd.
NEW YORK - Former Vice President Al Gore, once a newspaper reporter, may be getting back into the media business.
November 1, 2004
NEW YORK - Network television is in a summer snooze, with six reruns, two talent competitions and an exhibition football game filling up Nielsen Media Research's top 10 last week.
NEW ORLEANS - Former Vice President Al Gore and entrepreneur Joel Hyatt launched a cable television network Tuesday by buying Newsworld International from Vivendi Universal Entertainment for an undisclosed sum.
March 16, 2005
NEW YORK - A federal judge has ruled against Cablevision Systems Corp.'s experiment with network digital video recorders, siding with Hollywood studios who said the devices would have violated copyright law.
Dear Mr. Walberg:
NEW YORK - Aaron Brown, once one of CNN's most prominent anchors, is leaving the network after a shakeup that gives his prime-time slot to rising star Anderson Cooper and expands it to two hours.
Andrew Gayle, left, of Manhattan, and Nicole Wills, of Baldwin, N.Y. watch the campaign coverage from the NBC News "Election Plaza" in Rockefeller Center, Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2008 in New York.
NEW YORK - Despite the Hollywood writers' strike, the big TV networks have more than a hundred episodes of scripted series ready to roll out over the next few months. The bad news for viewers: Few are fan favorites.
NEW YORK - Rupert Murdoch has entered a dark horse in high-stakes races before, and won. On Monday, the News Corp. media titan trots out the Fox Business Network.
NEW YORK - Television networks rapidly shifted focus and personnel away from the Republican national convention to Gulf Coast communities in the path of Hurricane Gustav on Sunday, wondering how much of their political planning will be for naught.
Les Taylor, founder and managing partner of Outperformers International, will present “Stop Walking in Circles” during the Networking@9 event 8:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sept. 7 at the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, 25 S. Arizona Place, Ste 201. His presentation is based on a study that proved absent a map or compass, lost people do walk in circles and end up where they started – the perfect metaphor for what happens to people and groups that don’t have a plan, according to a Chamber news release.
NEW YORK - After successive harrowing Election Nights in 2000 and 2004, there were no muffed calls by TV networks, no screwy exit polls, no real twists and turns - only the sense of history as Barack Obama became the first black man elected president.
April 8, 2005