Especially on a day like today, we need to be reminded of the joy in the world.
The managing editor for digital strategy lasted just over a year.
The outrage that isn't about the scandal that wasn't crosses over from the web.
Liberte Chan says it was her co-anchor's joke when she was handed a cardigan sweater to wear over her sparkly black dress.
Kenney has been around since "L.A. Law" but the Starz show "Outlander" has changed her life.
Writers Bloc invited the stars of "Outlander" for a panel in Beverly Hills and insanity ensued.
Longtime TV reporter Scott Collins will be TV editor, and Michael Schneider joins Penske Media. Plus more.
Other female reporters tell Sports Illustrated a depressing story of hyper-vigilance, fear and never feeling truly safe in their rooms.
Einhorn brought college basketball, especially UCLA, to TV audiences. He later became co-owner of the Chicago White Sox.
Channel 11's longtime weathercaster and host showed up over the weekend and will be around for awhile.
"Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race" runs Thursday night at 8 p.m. on PBS SoCal.
After losing badly in his try to join the LA City Council, Davis is now on the media side of the presidential campaigns.
New series about Los Angeles and history hosted by Nathan Masters is a co-production with the USC Libraries.
They are hiring. LAist is also looking for an editor-in-chief, and another former LA blogger-in-chief is in the news.
You too can be an overnight success after 20 years, says the writer on the new Fox show "Bordertown."
New season of the award-winning series debuts on Jan. 27 with Val Zavala back as anchor and EP.
Flick survived the attack on journalists covering Jonestown that killed Rep. Leo Ryan in 1978 and helped to start "Entertainment Tonight."
The actor does not have AIDS and says he has paid "into the millions" including to insiders to keep his status quiet over four years.
Sam Quinones is the author of "Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic." CBS didn't go for his pitches, then he saw "60 Minutes" last night.
May 15, 1965 was a bigger than usual Saturday taping night in the KHJ Channel 9 studios.
LA Observed contributor Cari Beauchamp brings her film historian chops to a month-long series highlighting female directors back to the industry's first years.
There's nothing secret about KNBC's Santa Susana nuclear accident package -- the station broke the story for TV in 1979 with Warren Olney reporting.
They take to KTLA this morning to announce they are hanging up their microphones -- voluntarily. They go way back in LA broadcasting.
Producer Peter Jones wants the show to feel inpired by Ralph Story and Huell Howser, "who taught me the best quality to have as a journalist: listening."
Chicago station says it "failed to recognize that the image was an offensive Nazi symbol."
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck credits Milner's Pete Malloy with inspiring him to join the force.
Chuck Berry and the StonesOne rocking Saturday night in the KHJ-TV studios in 1965. Video and backstory
For your considerationTwo costume designers who should have received Emmy nominations in our blogger's judgment.
TV news oopsDoes Rich Fields seem perplexed by KCAL's spelling of precipitation?
Stuck in the mudNBC News correspondent Miguel Almaguer had to be extricated from the mud in Azusa. Story
Jay Leno, great car guyWhen Leno helped Veronique de Turenne with her beloved 1949 Plymouth. Here in Malibu
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