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'Arrested Development' Leads The Charge For Old Brands In New Media

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Show Abandonment: When Viewers Drop Popular TV Programs

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Geena Davis played the president in the 2005 ABC series Commander in Chief. Now, she works on issues involving women in media. Kent Eanes/AP hide caption

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Working Women On Television: A Mixed Bag At Best

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Ray Harryhausen Was Pioneer Of Stop Motion Animation

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Video-Streaming Firms Attract Customers With Exclusive Shows

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On shows like NBC's Community, cultural references come quickly. (Pictured: Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale.) Lewis Jacobs/NBC hide caption

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In A Fragmented Cultureverse, Can Pop References Still Pop?

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In recent years, high-profile cable TV dramas like AMC's Mad Men have helped to shift audiences and programming across all types of TV networks. (Pictured, from left: John Slattery, Jon Hamm and Vincent Kartheiser) Michael Yarish / AMC hide caption

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As Audiences Shift To Cable, TV Programming Changes, Too

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Why Are TV Remotes So Terrible?

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FCC Chairman Had Trouble Pleasing Interest Groups, Industry

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2013 Pritzker Winner Toyo Ito Finds Inspiration In Air, Wind And Water

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Cinereach aims to support films that tell stories from underrepresented perspectives. The Oscar-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild was one of those films. Fox Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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From Louisiana To Versailles, Funding 'Vital Stories, Artfully Told'

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Reg Presley, The Voice Of 'Wild Thing,' Dies

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Competition, High Bills Hurt Cable Companies

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