Television may be going through a revolution on the one hand, but it remains remarkably constant on the other.
From awkward questions to great answers, 10 highlights and perhaps non-highlights of the first week of the Television Critics Association press tour.
Stories have a natural ending, but business ventures do not. As networks invest in high-concept series, can they keep from frustrating audiences?
Mike Tyson and Spike Lee presented a film for HBO on Thursday. It was a lesson in when questions are asked and aren't asked, and where to go from here.
Keith Olbermann spoke on Wednesday about his new show on ESPN and about whether he can stay out of politics.
Rob Lowe is playing John F. Kennedy. And that presents some specific challenges.
For the next two weeks, we'll be hearing all about the next six months in television.