The only people allowed in the audience at Monday night's presidential debate at Lynn University will be Lynn students, selected by a lottery to sit on risers in the Wold Performing Arts Center.But the real party will be next door, where an estimated 4,000 journalists from around the world will cram ... More >>
Back in February 17, 2009, Congress set the final deadline for the HDTV transition.
Most local television stations now broadcast in high definition, and with the hard times we live in nowadays, we thought a cheap alternative to cable television might help.
Now go build your nonfancy HDTV antenn ... More >>
South Florida's two largest newspapers, the Sun-Sentinel and the Miami Herald, ran stories on their websites yesterday about local TV stations refusing to run an anti-McDonald's ad. Oddly, the stories, written by a Herald reporter, both lacked something obvious: the actual video. Or at least a link ... More >>
Sen. George LeMieux is beginning to doubt whether this Barack Obama fellow really is the Chosen One. Because if he were, Obama would be standing on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico, parting the sea. Oil to the left. Saltwater to the right. And his people (Americans) would be free.Seriously, what's w ... More >>
time.com This past week, everybody's been talking about this Time.com poll in which the Daily Show's Jon Stewart wins most-trusted-newscaster status. Maybe it means that television news networks have become "disaffected" with network television news? Or that Americans are fed up with stuffy anc ... More >>
On the day 30 people in the Sun-Sentinel newsroom are laid off, the corporate news is just dandy, according to Tribune Co. COO Randy Michaels, who reports the company is "making progress."
For instance, the show "WWE Superstars" had great ratings on WGN and they're having wonderful luck ... More >>
Tribune Co. Innovation Chief Lee Abrams is clearly more focused on the Tribune's 25 television stations than he is the newspapers right now. And, judging from his latest think pieces, he's not at all happy with the appearance of the company's anchors. In a recent piece, he decried the fact that ... More >>