Emmy nomination omissions are glaring
While there was massive love for some deserving shows, “Parks and Recreation,” “Louie” (pictured), “Enlightened,” and “Community” were snubbed.
‘Mad Men,’ ‘American Horror Story’ lead Emmy nods
Other leading nominees include drama series “Downton Abbey” and two miniseries, “Hatfields & McCoys” and “Hemingway & Gellhorn.”
TiVo Premiere isn’t the ultimate, but it’s in the running
The impressive set-top box delivers cable, Internet entertainment, and more in one package.
TV coverage sticking to real fireworks this year
CBS’s national broadcast of Boston’s Fourth of July celebration was criticized last year because historic buildings had been inserted into the fireworks video feed.
Profanity on TV: From George Carlin to Cher
Broadcasters are subject to FCC rules because they use the public airwaves, but the boundaries of indecency have rarely been clear.
Fast, funny ‘Bunheads’ in step with ‘Gilmore Girls’
From the mile-a-minute mind of “Gilmore Girls” creator Amy Sherman-Palladino comes the new ABC Family dramedy “Bunheads,” about ballet, belonging, and banter.
(ADAM TAYLOR/ABC FAMILY VIA AP)
Graphic: Sizing up the TV dating shows
Whether you enjoy watching people fall in love or fail at love, this handy chart can help you figure out which of these shows might capture your heart. (AP)
TV makers try new tricks to restore market’s prices
A radical new television set, which allows two people wearing special glasses to watch different programs on the same screen, was shown in Boston Tuesday.
Boston looks to curb satellite dish clutter
- A proposal calls for removal of all obsolete dishes, and placing new dishes on roofs, in the rear, or on the sides of buildings.
Eugene Polley, 96; invented first wireless TV remote
- Couch potatoes everywhere can pause and thank Eugene Polley for hours of feet-up channel surfing.