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With an Aereo Win, ‘The Television Industry Will Be Profoundly Reconfigured’

On the eve of the Aereo hearings, the U.S. Supreme Court has granted a request from the Deputy Solicitor General’s to argue in support of the broadcasters. The broadcasters will give the federal lawyers 10 minutes of their time. TheShow More Summary

On the Move, 4/21/14

John Lovelace has been promoted to director of business affairs and station relations at KTLA, Tribune Broadcasting’s CW affiliate in Los Angeles. Lovelace was previously the station’s manager of marketing and branding. To report a move, send an email to tvspy@mediabistro.com with the subject line “On the Move.” New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

'Salem' Premiere Draws 2.3 Million Total Viewers

Increases +635% Over Network’s Sunday 10 p.m. Adults 18-49 Average

'Mountain Monsters' Season Two Continues Friday April 25 on Destination America

MOUNTAIN MONSTERS follows a team of expert hunters and trappers native to West Virginia

WWE Network to Premiere 'Best of Hall of Fame'

WWE Network will premiere the Best of Hall of Fame, a series of four special presentations

Journalists Running in Boston Marathon Share Experience via Social

As we’ve reported, there are TV news personalities part of the 118th Boston Marathon story today, as NBC’s Natalie Morales and Fox News’ Anna Kooiman join the race. “Today” just tweeted a photo of Morales crossing the finish line. .@NMoralesNBC...Show More Summary

'The World's Greatest Tribute Bands' Renewed for Fourth Season by AXS TV

In Addition, AXS TV Presents a 90-Minute Live Tribute Band Special April 30 at 1aE/10pP

NBC's 'The Voice' to Host Social Pre-Show Event During Each Live Show Starting Today

Artists, Coaches, A-List Guest Performers and Celebrity Fans Will Interact With Viewers Via Social Media

Bill O’Reilly on Longtime Boston Ties: ‘I Couldn’t Be Prouder of the City’

In a Boston Herald radio interview this morning, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly tipped his hat to the city of Boston. “Everyone knows that the city conducted itself, generally speaking, in a way that is above and beyond reproach,” O’Reilly said. Show More Summary

WMAR Launches ‘Unique and Innovative’ Investigative Newscast

Baltimore ABC affiliate WMAR will debut a revamped 6 p.m. newscast that concentrates on in-depth and original reporting, “ABC2 In Focus,” tonight. “We’ve noticed a thirst in the market for in-depth stories,” WMAR news director Kelly Groft said in a statement. Show More Summary

When Copy and Paste Tweeting Goes Wrong

“Good Morning America’s” revolving door has made headlines over the last few months, and this morning, its Twitter account momentarily forgot about one of its most recent staffing changes. The tweet, posted around 6:45am, has since been deleted. Show More Summary

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