• When Disney Acts Like Disney, TV Becomes A Magic Kingdom
    The Walt Disney Company, which has long insinuated itself in all our lives, seems more omnipresent than usual these days.
  • On TLC Show, Nine Kids Grow Up Without Media Access
    In 'Welcome to Plathville," kids ranging in age from 6 to 21 enjoy all the fun of old-fashioned childhoods without intrusive gadgets.
  • TV's Christmas Season Does Not Start Until Hallmark Says So
    The holidays came early last weekend on Hallmark Channel, complete with Christmas wishes and mistletoe kisses.
  • Unpacking HBO Max: An Announcement In Nine Parts
    HBO Max is apparently so big that it took nine press releases to announce it on Tuesday.
  • Sometimes, Network News Is Not Too Keen On Covering Itself
    Rachel Maddow seems dismayed to find out that NBC News is not too keen on covering Ronan Farrow's book.
  • Why Disney Will Clobber Apple In The Streaming Wars
    Disney possesses clear advantages over a company such as Apple, which has no corporate history in the entertainment business.
  • Old Sitcoms Never Die, Nor Do They Fade Away
    The old NBC sitcom "Mad About You" came out of the same era that produced "Seinfeld," "Frasier" and "Friends."
  • Panel Of All-Women Moderators Stirs Debate
    NBC News announced this week that the four moderators in the next Democratic Debate will all be women.
  • In Post-Apocalyptic 'Daybreak' On Netflix: Teens Are Sole Survivors
    TV executives are asking themselves: Why can't we make more shows like the ones on Netflix?
  • Apple Prepares Quiet Entry Into Subscription Streaming Biz
    Compared to others, Apple is tiptoeing into its new Apple TV+ venture with only 11 shows -- all of them original.
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