Meet The Brains Behind "Bones"

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Retired Sgt. Derek Pacifico trains screenwriters and novelists to bring more realism into their police procedurals. Vince Stewart hide caption

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For Writers, The School Of Hard Cops

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Writer Alan Ball arrives at the premiere of the fifth season of HBO's True Blood in May. Ball is leaving the series at the end of this season. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Alan Ball On Leaving 'True Blood' Behind

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Longtime late night producer Peter Lassally tells Scott Simon that being interviewed for NPR is a "big, frightening experience." "I'm not a performer," he says. "I'm a quiet person who doesn't like to blow his own horn." Mark Mainz/Getty Images for AFI hide caption

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Meet Peter Lassally, Late Night 'Host Whisperer'

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PBS Remixes Bob Ross, Julia Child and Mister Rogers

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Bill Hader On Sketch Comedy, His Love Of Old Films

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Comedy's Self-Deprecating Pioneer Phyllis Diller Dies

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Jaws, Teeth And Fins! Oh My! 'Shark Week' At 25

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Low Ratings Force CNN To Find A New Direction

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Has Marketing To LGBT Consumers Become Mainstream?

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Millions of Americans rely on Univision anchor Jorge Ramos to tell them about the news, but his children aren't among them. Like many Latinos who've grown up in the U.S., they get their news in English. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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The Next Frontier In TV: English News For Latinos

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