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Netflix and Leonardo DiCaprio to Partner on Documentary Projects

Netflix and actor, producer and philanthropist Leonardo DiCaprio and production company Appian Way have agreed to partner on upcoming documentary and docu-series projects as part of a First Look deal for non-fiction projects to premiere exclusively on Netflix.

Comedy Magic Special 'Sleight of Mouth' to Premiere Monday, April 6 on Comedy Central

Standout comedian and magician Justin Willman is breaking new ground with his one-of-a-kind comedy-magic show, Sleight of Mouth.

'The Bachelor' 3-Hour Live Season Finale Event to Air Monday, March 9 on ABC

The compelling live three-hour television event begins as America will watch along with the studio audience as Chris Soules’ journey to find love comes to its astonishing conclusion.

Fuse Network Announces 2015-16 Programming Slate

Fuse Media, Inc., parent company of Fuse and NUVOtv networks, announced today that Fuse (www.fuse.tv) is kicking off the upfront season with a line-up of new and returning original programming that will roll out throughout 2015, leading up to the launch of a new look and feel this fall.

Dana Nagel Named Director of Sales at WKYC

WKYC, the NBC affiliate in Cleveland, has announced the return of Dana Nagel to its news team. Nagel was previously the station’s local sales manager from 1994-2010. She left to work as the director of media and digital sales for the...Show More Summary

In Portland, O’Reilly Remembered as ‘Pompous,’ But Not Dishonest

Long before he found fame and cable news ratings dominance at “The O’Reilly Factor,” Bill O’Reilly was a news reporter and anchor, working not just for CBS News, and also for local television stations in Connecticut, Texas, Colorado and Oregon. Show More Summary

ABC & Marvel Television Launch Web Series 'Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Double Agent'

A double agent has infiltrated the highly classified Marvel Universe and is leaking sensitive top secret information about upcoming episodes of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” in the new five-part original Web series “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Double Agent,”

NBC Dominates the Night, ‘The Voice’ Delivers its Second-Most-Watched Tuesday Ever

NBC dominated Tuesday night in every key measure among the Big 4, with the #1 and #2 shows of the night on those nets in 18-49, “The Voice” and “Chicago Fire.”

ABC's 'Fresh Off The Boat' Grows Week-to-Week in Total Viewers

ABC ranked #2 on Tuesday night in Adults 18-49 (1.3/4-tie). The Net was up from the year-ago evening with all original programing (3.8 million and 1.2/4 on 3/4/14) by 21% in Total Viewers and by 8% in Adults 18-49.

Wichita Reporter Arrested for Domestic Violence

Wichita NBC affiliate KSNW is reporting weekend anchor and reporter Brian Miller has been arrested for destruction of property/domestic violence. “KSN is currently investigating the situation,” the station told viewers during its evening newscasts yesterday and on its website. Show More Summary

Radio Host Calls WTMJ Reporter ‘Bimbo’ Over News Story

A talk radio host has labeled a reporter for Milwaukee NBC affiliate WTMJ a “bimbo” and an “airhead” over a news report the radio host says was incorrect. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WISN radio’s Mark Belling wantedShow More Summary

'Lauren Lake's Paternity Court' Continued Its Ratings Growth in February 2015 Sweep

or the February 2015 Sweeps period, LAUREN LAKE’S PATERNITY COURT continues to experience unprecedented ratings growth.

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Greenlights 'Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise' Starring Tom Selleck for Fall 2015 Premiere

Hallmark Movies & Mysteries announces Emmy® Award and Golden Globe Award winner Tom Selleck will return as the popular Jesse Stone in the ninth installment of the famed movie detective series Jesse Stone: Lost In Paradise, slated to premiere exclusively on the network in Fall 2015.

WFAA Medical Reporter Leaving Station

WFAA medical reporter Janet St. James is leaving the Dallas ABC affiliate. St. James is credited by news director Carolyn Mungo for leading the station’s Ebola coverage. Her last day will be Tuesday, March 17. “After nearly a quarter of a century in television news, and almost 19 years at WFAA, Janet St. Show More Summary

Texas Anchor Leaving One Station to Work in Sales at Another

John Gilbert is an anchor for Gray Television’s KBTX in Bryan-College Station, Texas. Gilbert is quitting his on-air gig and going to Gray’s station in Waco (KWTX) to work as a account executive. In an open letter to viewers, Gilbert thanks his GM, Mike Wright and says he will miss the viewers. Gilbert has worked at KWTX for four years. Show More Summary

CNN’s John Berman Wants His Mug, and He Wants It Right Now

CNN anchor John Berman knows his stuff–he very nearly out-nerded Jake Tapper to win CNN’s recent “Quiz Show,” after all–and he knows all about the rules of TV news. One of those rules? Every show gets a coffee mug. Mugs and cable news shows usually arrive simultaneously, like newborn babies and those striped hospital blankets. Show More Summary

MTV Announces Nominees for 2015 MTV Movie Awards

MTV today revealed the nominees for the “2015 MTV Movie Awards,” setting the stage for an epic battle at the only awards show where Guardians of the Galaxy will go head-to-head with an American Sniper

Driven, not Dishonest: Former KATU Colleagues Remember Bill O’Reilly

In light of the back and forth about what FOX News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly knew and what he says he knew in Argentina, The Oregonian talked to a few people who worked with O’Reilly back when he was at KATU in Portland, Oregon. O’Reilly was brought to the ABC affiliate in 1984 to boost ratings. Show More Summary

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