Over the quarter-century that he hosted ‘‘Larry King Live,’’ King was always asking his guests, ‘‘What do you think happens when we die?’’
WDBJ photographer Adam Ward, 27, and reporter Alison Parker, 24, were interviewing a chamber of commerce official at a strip mall this morning. The shooter was a former reporter at the Roanoke station.
Local 53 plans a rally outside the Bundy Drive studios on Thursday in support of Cheryl Bacon, who has been at KTTV for 39 years.
Hill will report and comment on TV in the paper, for the web and on Twitter.
"Viewers deserve more than having someone on the air for 17 years just disappear," Rubin says, chiding KABC-TV. Plus: Kemp's new Twitter feed.
Station announces resignation on his official social media accounts. Later in the day his bio dropped off the ABC 7 site.
Veteran news executive Bill Dallman was named Vice President and News Director of KCBS-TV and KCAL-TV, the CBS-owned duopoly in Los Angeles.
Channel 11 gets a new general manager but its live-shot gets bombed by a sign about unfair practices at—Fox 11!
Sources tell THR the magazine is close on an "aggressive exposé — more than a year in the works — about the unorthodox reporting tactics" of TMZ and Harvey Levin.
It wasn't even close. The top LA newscasts last year were all in Spanish, the judges said.
As for getting old, he sings, isn't that the goal?
KCBS and KCAL weatherman has left the duopoly for rival Channel 5.
Stanley is shifting to a newly created beat that will be part of the NYT's gathering coverage of income inequality in the U.S.
Diener has been the Vice President and News Director of the KCBS-KCAL duopoly stations since January 2010.
The Emmy Award nominations will no longer be held at a ridiculous hour of the morning in Los Angeles (well, North Hollywood.)
He brought out the staff to take a bow on camera. Nice touch.
Channel 5 was the first Los Angeles television station to deploy a news helicopter. Watch.
The CEO of Charter Communications says the company will start to offer Sports Net LA within a few weeks, while its $56 billion deal for Time Warner Cable proceeds.
Jimmy Kimmel will air a re-run of his show tonight so that his fans can switch over to CBS and watch Letterman's final show.
Tornado genesis from Jim Cantore at the Weather Channel.
Previous season openers did better in the ratings than the series finale, according to first-night numbers from Nielsen.
This is what Hollywood's acceptance of sexism looks like in real life, writes BuzzFeed LA's Susan Cheng -- despite a lawyer letter trying to dissuade her.
Creator Matthew Weiner thanked the audience for their loyalty and they cheered, laughed and cried through the final episode.
With David Letterman's TV run coming near the end, his writers of the past reveal the jokes they wish they had been allowed to put on the air.
Good for Marques. After a dude invaded her shot and began talking dirty, she put his pic on Facebook. "Do you know this face?"
County health inspections are spotty even at restaurants with confirmed cases of poisoning, says report by Joel Grover.
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
Baldwin Hills dam disasterIn the formative years of TV news in Los Angeles, KTLA had the helicopter and the breaking news audience. Read more
What were they smoking?KCAL misspells cannabis in screen graphic. Oops
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