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13 Sep 16 - Arts Television News
Sitcom Men, Grappling With a New Reality on TV
This fall, broadcast television will turn its attention to the battle of the straight white man to assert his masculinity in an increasingly alien world.
Matt Lauer Loses the War in a Battle Between the Candidates
Matt Lauer of “Today,” interviewing Hillary Clinton during the NBC forum aboard the Intrepid on Wednesday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times.
Kiefer Sutherland Returns. This Time the Oval Office Is His.
Among other gigs, he did two “24”-related projects, and appeared in art-house fare, including Lars von Trier's “Melancholia,” and “Forsaken,” a western with his father, Donald Sutherland.
Why, just like painting and fiction, today's television is the best it's ever been because of where it came from
It still looks good when binge-watched in the DVD version. People used to hesitate before calling TV an art, but it shares an important characteristic with painting and fiction: the work of today always means more when you understand where it came from.
BBC2 enters battle for Saturday night TV, as Netflix effect kills off old arts shows
Until now, the battle for Saturday night television has been a straight contest between the titans of Strictly Come Dancing and the X Factor.
What You Should Watch to Catch Up on This Summer's Shows
“O.J.: Made in America” is maybe Watching's most mentioned TV specimen so far, and with good reason: It's one of the best mini-series in living memory.
You Can't Ask That: Answers to those awkward questions
These are just some of the 70 faces who make this one of the most diverse projects to grace Australian TV. One of the most illuminating, too, as well as entertaining.
Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2016: See fashion and memorable moments
This weekend was the Television Academy's Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The two-night ceremony primarily honors excellence in technical aspects of television such as production design, casting, cinematography and costumes. Awards were given in more ...
Television|Hugh O'Brian Dies; Dashing TV Star of 'Wyatt Earp' Was 91
Hugh O'Brian, who rose to fame on television as the quick-drawing lawman Wyatt Earp in the 1950s and who later devoted extensive time to a foundation he created that trains young people to be leaders, died on Monday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Jessica Jones is now the first Marvel TV series to win an Emmy
Creative Arts Emmys are awarded to those who have achieved technical excellence in television over the past year. Awards include recognition for reality shows, animated programs and short films and technical jobs like cinematography, costume design and ...
Trying to Make JonBenet Ramsey Must-See TV, Again
Television can be a great unifier, and that can be a useful thing - in a time of national crisis or triumph, for instance. But not always.
New television and film professor looks to give back to students
Lucas' work as a theatrical designer and artist has been exhibited at the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, the National Opera Center in New York City, and others.
Wake in Fright - a TV deal for uncertain times
The family was enthusiastic about Kriv Stenders doing a television version, but they didn't know who held the television rights. Bowden took over the detective work, and involved the Curtis Brown agency. It took a couple of years to sort out the deep ...
Town & Country Murder: bodies at the bottom of the garden
As much as we enjoy the long-running Midsomer Murders it has always been one of television's great jokes that all those multiple homicides that occur behind the lacy curtains of the fictional village's lovely timbered cottages or next to the tombola ...
2016 Broken Glass Awards to Honor Remarkable Women in Film and Television
The gala luncheon was created to honor women who have “broken through the glass ceiling” in film, television, the arts and philanthropy to pave the way for others to follow. The event will be held at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort and Spa starting at ...
It's about time: We've put up with Mansbridge and his pompous ilk for too long
Mansbridge has spent 28 years as anchor and chief correspondent for CBC Television's flagship newscast and that's a very, very long time for anyone to be in a position of on-air authority in the TV business, a business that has changed so much.
Protesters Disturb Ryan Lochte's Debut on 'Dancing With the Stars'
Ms. Inaba shouted, as security guards appeared to rush past her. The chaos onstage was not shown on television, but in the aftermath, the camera cut to the show's host, Tom Bergeron, who sent the show to commercial as an apparently flustered Mr. Lochte ...
What to Expect From ART21's Reimagined New Season
Known for bringing contemporary art to the TV screen, the arts non-profit ART21 has profiled and exposed the creative processes of the world's leading contemporary artists since 2001. Its flagship program, the Peabody Award-winning Art in the Twenty ...
The BBC promises us an autumn of culture, but don't expect any surprises
How strikingly odd it is that the BBC, whose funding model insists that it must cater to minority interests as well as to the mainstream, should have such trouble programming good and exciting arts television. After all, its director general, Tony Hall ...
AOL's 'Park Bench' Among Short-Form Emmy Winners, But Some Choices Raise Questions
Over the weekend, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences handed out more than 70 awards as part of the annual Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, which serves as a precursor to the more prestigious Primetime Emmys broadcast. This year, an ongoing ...
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