A recent GLAAD study found that there are more gay, lesbian and bisexual characters portrayed on television today than ever before, meaning eyes are finally opening in TV land.
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Ross Mathews, celebrated ULV alumnus and an E! Network gem, is bringing his infectious spirit, trademark high-pitched voice and his enthusiasm for pop culture in his new show, “Hello Ross,” which premiered Sept. 6 on E!
When reality television shows began in the 1940s with Allen Funt’s “Candid Camera,” the standard was to entertain the public with unscripted, humorous situations.
Upon learning of the series “Lost” when it first aired back in 2004, I was instantly curious, but I never followed through with my curiosity and did not follow the series until the end of the fifth season.
Emmy winning producer Laurie Tixier came to the University of La Verne to speak to journalism and broadcasting majors about the mass media industry.
I have a problem, a problem which I am sure is shared by millions of students the world over. I procrastinate.
There are many new television shows that have captured viewer’s attentions this fall season.
Dr. Dimitri Christakis, professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine, spoke on the effects of excessive TV viewing on children’s brain development Friday in La Fetra Hall.
Television viewers across the country have heaved a huge sigh of relief with the writer’s strike finally coming to an end.
The world of television broadcasting as we know it is about to change. Stations in the United States will no longer broadcast in analog but will switch to all digital broadcasting at midnight on Feb. 17, 2009.