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By Los Angeles Times | February 4, 1993
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton, heading again to the television studio to build public support, will appear next Wednesday at a Detroit station for an hour-long "town hall" meeting that is expected to focus on his economic program.In his first public trip out of Washington since he took office, Mr. Clinton will field questions from a studio audience at WXYZ-TV in suburban Southfield, Mich., from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST. The studio will be linked by satellite to stations in Miami, Atlanta and Seattle, where studio audiences also will pose questions.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed had his moments with the media during his superlative career here, some good, some bad. But now, he's joining their ranks. Sports Business Daily's John Ourand reported Thursday afternoon that Reed would be joining Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall on the “Inside the NFL” show, which will air Tuesday nights on Showtime and re-air Wednesday on NFL Network. Reed told reporters at Lardarius Webb's charity softball game in June that he was “definitely preparing to play,” though he didn't have plans to sign at all. "I'm very excited to be part of the Inside the NFL team this season," Reed said in a statement.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Former Ravens safety Ed Reed had his moments with the media during his superlative career here, some good, some bad. But now, he's joining their ranks. Sports Business Daily's John Ourand reported Thursday afternoon that Reed would be joining Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall on the “Inside the NFL” show, which will air Tuesday nights on Showtime and re-air Wednesday on NFL Network. Reed told reporters at Lardarius Webb's charity softball game in June that he was “definitely preparing to play,” though he didn't have plans to sign at all. "I'm very excited to be part of the Inside the NFL team this season," Reed said in a statement.
NEWS
By Maria Russo and David Sarno | September 23, 2008
HOLLYWOOD - For the past year or so, amid angsty teenagers talking into their Web cams and skateboarding dogs, you could find professionally made Web series scattered around if you knew where to look, and when. (Ever see "Clark and Michael"? Or "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog"? They're still there - go give them a try.) But there's a critical mass approaching: Hollywood is bringing out what you might call the first "new season" of spiffy, corporate-backed series designed to be watched on your computer.
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By Los Angeles Times | September 5, 1995
HOLLYWOOD -- Wheelchair-bound protesters blocked celebrities' limousines and crashed through barricades at a Hollywood television studio yesterday where entertainer Jerry Lewis was conducting his annual Labor Day telethon to benefit Muscular Dystrophy.But police and guards kept two dozen demonstrators from entering the CBS Television City stage from which the 21 1/2 -hour extravaganza was being beamed to 190 television stations across the country.The show ended without incident as an excited Mr. Lewis displayed a tote board indicating that a record $47.8 million was pledged, up $700,000 over last year.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Evening Sun Staff Meredith Schlow contributed to this story | October 17, 1990
Seven ideas, including a children's museum, for using the vacant Power Plant on Pier 4 in the Inner Harbor have been submitted to the city's downtown development agency.Also among the possible uses for the 106,230-square-foot building are an art museum, restaurants, a high-tech information center and a television and video production studio.The deadline for submitting proposals was Monday. A committee will be appointed to review the proposals, said Gillian Bishop, a development officer with Center City-Inner Harbor Development Inc., the downtown development agency.
NEWS
By LARRY STURGILL | December 2, 1992
A year-and-a-half of hard work by a small group of past and present Wilde Lake Middle School students comes to fruition when the WLMS Communications Center officially opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday.The Communication Center is a television studio, complete with cameras, monitors and a pre- and post-production room. A small, but efficient TV news set was built by the students and parent volunteers. A second, more casual set is being prepared also.The project was begun last year under the guidance of Terry Sullivan, the school's Gifted and Talented Resource Teacher.
FEATURES
By Scott Collins and Scott Collins,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 16, 2007
HOLLYWOOD -- How will we get to sleep without David Letterman's "Top 10 List"? Or Stephen Colbert's "The Word"? What if we're left hanging with story interruptus on Heroes or Lost? Is there life after 'Til Death? In short: Is a writers' strike really inevitable? In case you've ignored the sounds of rising panic rippling over Hollywood lately: The networks and studios have been negotiating a new contract with the union representing TV and film writers, and ... it's not going well. If it happens, a strike could wind up being even more damaging than the infamous 1988 writers' walkout, which academics and other observers have generally characterized as a lose-lose.
BUSINESS
By Gary Gately and Gary Gately,SUN STAFF | May 29, 1997
Striving to blend education, entertainment and tourism while boosting viewership, Maryland Public Television plans to open a 150-seat studio for live programs at Port Discovery, the downtown children's museum being designed by Walt Disney Co.Leaders of MPT and the nonprofit museum said yesterday that live shows from the studio would focus on everything from political debates and educational programs about the Chesapeake Bay to New Year's Eve on the harbor...
NEWS
By Maria Russo and David Sarno | September 23, 2008
HOLLYWOOD - For the past year or so, amid angsty teenagers talking into their Web cams and skateboarding dogs, you could find professionally made Web series scattered around if you knew where to look, and when. (Ever see "Clark and Michael"? Or "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog"? They're still there - go give them a try.) But there's a critical mass approaching: Hollywood is bringing out what you might call the first "new season" of spiffy, corporate-backed series designed to be watched on your computer.
FEATURES
By Scott Collins and Scott Collins,LOS ANGELES TIMES | October 16, 2007
HOLLYWOOD -- How will we get to sleep without David Letterman's "Top 10 List"? Or Stephen Colbert's "The Word"? What if we're left hanging with story interruptus on Heroes or Lost? Is there life after 'Til Death? In short: Is a writers' strike really inevitable? In case you've ignored the sounds of rising panic rippling over Hollywood lately: The networks and studios have been negotiating a new contract with the union representing TV and film writers, and ... it's not going well. If it happens, a strike could wind up being even more damaging than the infamous 1988 writers' walkout, which academics and other observers have generally characterized as a lose-lose.
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2003
It's 4 p.m. and Jacques Pepin should look like a collapsed souffle, but the cooking legend is every bit as warm and charming as fresh brioche. Never a morning person -- chefs rarely are -- Pepin has been up since 5 a.m. promoting his memoirs, a book 15 years in the making. But there he is -- cheerful and smiling, graciously accepting introductions to the manager and head chef of Washington's tony Four Seasons Hotel. The men are as excited as first-year apprentices to be around him. "Everyone wants to be a chef these days," Pepin, 67, who's held the title for a half century or so, says with a knowing laugh.
NEWS
By Thomas W. Waldron and Michael Dresser and Thomas W. Waldron and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2000
A TV DEBATE in the 4th District congressional race turned into what Maryland Public Television host Jeff Salkin called a "no-Wynn situation" as Rep. Albert R. Wynn refused to appear at MPT for yesterday's scheduled taping. MPT went ahead with a half-hour interview with Republican challenger John B. Kimble, who has waged a harshly personal campaign against Wynn, the four-term Democrat from Prince George's County. The show is scheduled to air Friday at 7 p.m. Under questioning from Salkin, Kimble mostly stuck to campaign issues -- avoiding the personal allegations that have brought national press coverage to his campaign against the well-entrenched Wynn.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1998
The day after New Year's is typically one of the quietest at most schools, with teachers and students savoring their last few moments of winter vacation before returning to class.But at Edgemere Elementary School yesterday, it looked as though winter vacation had ended long ago.Teachers rushed to put up bulletin boards and organized shelves of textbooks. Contractors installed bookcases and set up computers.Custodians polished the floors and carried away empty furniture boxes.And amid all the activity, Principal Linda Stanton promised that everything needed for instruction would be ready Monday morning -- when Edgemere Elementary's building opens to its 391 students for the first time.
BUSINESS
By Gary Gately and Gary Gately,SUN STAFF | May 29, 1997
Striving to blend education, entertainment and tourism while boosting viewership, Maryland Public Television plans to open a 150-seat studio for live programs at Port Discovery, the downtown children's museum being designed by Walt Disney Co.Leaders of MPT and the nonprofit museum said yesterday that live shows from the studio would focus on everything from political debates and educational programs about the Chesapeake Bay to New Year's Eve on the harbor...
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | September 5, 1995
HOLLYWOOD -- Wheelchair-bound protesters blocked celebrities' limousines and crashed through barricades at a Hollywood television studio yesterday where entertainer Jerry Lewis was conducting his annual Labor Day telethon to benefit Muscular Dystrophy.But police and guards kept two dozen demonstrators from entering the CBS Television City stage from which the 21 1/2 -hour extravaganza was being beamed to 190 television stations across the country.The show ended without incident as an excited Mr. Lewis displayed a tote board indicating that a record $47.8 million was pledged, up $700,000 over last year.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1998
The day after New Year's is typically one of the quietest at most schools, with teachers and students savoring their last few moments of winter vacation before returning to class.But at Edgemere Elementary School yesterday, it looked as though winter vacation had ended long ago.Teachers rushed to put up bulletin boards and organized shelves of textbooks. Contractors installed bookcases and set up computers.Custodians polished the floors and carried away empty furniture boxes.And amid all the activity, Principal Linda Stanton promised that everything needed for instruction would be ready Monday morning -- when Edgemere Elementary's building opens to its 391 students for the first time.
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2003
It's 4 p.m. and Jacques Pepin should look like a collapsed souffle, but the cooking legend is every bit as warm and charming as fresh brioche. Never a morning person -- chefs rarely are -- Pepin has been up since 5 a.m. promoting his memoirs, a book 15 years in the making. But there he is -- cheerful and smiling, graciously accepting introductions to the manager and head chef of Washington's tony Four Seasons Hotel. The men are as excited as first-year apprentices to be around him. "Everyone wants to be a chef these days," Pepin, 67, who's held the title for a half century or so, says with a knowing laugh.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | February 4, 1993
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton, heading again to the television studio to build public support, will appear next Wednesday at a Detroit station for an hour-long "town hall" meeting that is expected to focus on his economic program.In his first public trip out of Washington since he took office, Mr. Clinton will field questions from a studio audience at WXYZ-TV in suburban Southfield, Mich., from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST. The studio will be linked by satellite to stations in Miami, Atlanta and Seattle, where studio audiences also will pose questions.
NEWS
By LARRY STURGILL | December 2, 1992
A year-and-a-half of hard work by a small group of past and present Wilde Lake Middle School students comes to fruition when the WLMS Communications Center officially opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday.The Communication Center is a television studio, complete with cameras, monitors and a pre- and post-production room. A small, but efficient TV news set was built by the students and parent volunteers. A second, more casual set is being prepared also.The project was begun last year under the guidance of Terry Sullivan, the school's Gifted and Talented Resource Teacher.
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