Wednesday Dec 4
Video: Billy Ray Cyrus talks music at the Hollywood Christmas Parade
The streets of Hollywood was filled with viewers to watch the 82th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade on Sunday, December 1st.
Older TV Writers Find a New Market
An older generation of television writers -- including those who worked on classic TV shows such as "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Kojak" -- are finding success in a new market: China, reports The Hollywood Reporter .
Video: Richie Sambora talks holidays, Bon Jovi at Hollywood Christmas Parade
The streets of Hollywood was filled with viewers to watch the 82th annual Hollywood Christmas Parade on Sunday, November 30th.
Local CBS affiliate launches retro programming channel
Nov. 29--Local CBS affiliate WILM-TV will celebrate the holiday season with the launch of its newest network, MeTV, which will offer over-the-air viewers and cable subscribers classic television shows.
'Murder She Wrote,' 'Hart to Hart' Writers Find New Life in China
Shut out of jobs in the U.S., these older writers are part of a new effort to transfer skills to a booming market with tastes like America in the 1970s and '80s.
Obama: US movies, TV help shape world's culture
President Barack Obama says thanks to television and movies, the rest of the world has had a front-row seat for America's march toward progress.
She went and made it after all
If you can't help but sing the title of this review to the melody of the opening theme to The Mary Tyler Moore Show, you probably know who Molly Ivins was.
The Marion Star
Asner among celebrities headlining charity event
There may not be 1,000 famous people at Thursday's "Night of 1,000 Stars," but actor Ed Asner will certainly be there.