Summer TV: 'Outcast,' 'Roadies,' 'BrainDead' and all the other ... - San Jose Mercury News NBC figures to dominate the TV schedule in August when it airs two weeks of Summer Olympics ... is the ambulance-chasing lawyer who defends him. 06/1/2016 - 6:07 am | View Link
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NBC Olympics boss defends interview that brought Miller to tears The executive producer of NBC's Winter Olympics coverage has defended an interview with U.S. Alpine skier Bode Miller in which the super-G bronze medalist broke down in tears after several questions referencing his late brother. The network issued a ... 02/17/2014 - 4:39 pm | View Link
NBC Defends Its “Sochi Olympics Hacking” Story NBC representatives have responded to the blog post in which Robert Graham of Errata Security calls the NBC News story on hacking attacks against Sochi Olympics attendees “100% fraudulent.” In his post, Graham wrote, “They aren't in Sochi, but in ... 02/7/2014 - 2:57 am | View Link
Olympics Panic: NBC Defends Sochi Security Amid Terrorist Threats NBC Sports brass say Russian authorities have taken recent threats very seriously and responded with unprecedented levels of security NBC is “confident” that the security protocols in place in advance of next month’s Sochi Olympic Games will protect ... 01/23/2014 - 11:00 am | View Link
NBC Olympics President Defends Lack of Paralympics Live Coverage Gary Zenkel, president of NBC Olympics, on Friday defended NBC's limited Paralympics coverage here in the host city of this year's Olympics and Paralympics, citing audience fatigue and limited financial support from advertisers. NBC had been criticized by ... 09/27/2012 - 11:48 pm | View Link
Olympics diary: NBC defends decision to delay showing of Usain Bolt's 100 metres triumph NBC has come under fire for not televising the men’s 100 metres final live. Instead the American broadcaster delayed screening the footage until its prime time broadcast four hours after the event had finished. NBC has defended its actions – which is ... 08/6/2012 - 1:39 pm | View Link
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For anyone who’s ever watched the Grammys, the scene onstage was familiar. While the hit song being performed was recognizable, the artists were polar opposites, each from a different genre and era. On this recent afternoon it was rootsy singer-guitarist Bonnie Raitt and emerging soul singer Andra
The movie industry faces a persistent problem that even the biggest blockbusters can’t solve – empty auditoriums at theaters across the country. Some 5.5 billion seats go empty every year, roughly quadruple the number of tickets sold annually in the U. S. and Canada. Enter Atom Tickets. The founders
Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG,” which debuted last month at Cannes and comes to theaters July 1, is an appropriately big adaptation of a characteristically strange Roald Dahl story, first published in 1982, about an orphan girl (played by the very-Dahlish sounding Ruby Barnhill) scooped up and taken away in the dead of night by a big friendly giant.
The towering BFG takes the diminutive SLG (scared little girl?) clear across England to the land of giants, where she becomes less scared, and he becomes more open to the notions of friendship, feelings and the benevolent power of the British monarchy.
Roald Dahl, the British author whose stories of outsize peaches, telekinetic schoolgirls and imperious chocolate moguls have become singularly strange classics of children’s literature, would have turned 100 this September.
I can’t believe I’m defending the disaster-movie schlock of my adolescence, but here we go.
As a 6-foot-2-inch, 59-pound teenager with a voice that broke over a period of several awkward, squeaky millennia, I saw “Earthquake” in a crouch position inside one of the Sensurround speakers parked behind the back row of Cinema I of the Cinema I & II in Racine, Wis.