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NEW YORK (AP) — Have you heard the one about climate change? It was hard to miss late Wednesday and early Thursday, as eight of television’s late-night comics focused much of their shows on the issue. In one case, they even joined forces, as CBS’ James Corden and NBC’s Seth Meyers opened their normally competing

NEW YORK (AP) — Increasingly under fire from its clients, the Nielsen company says it will soon incorporate homes that have cut the cable cord and rely on broadband in its measurement of local TV viewership. That accounts for roughly 20% of the viewership now nationally, although cord-cutting varies from market to market. Broadband homes

MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — A man who spent more than 30 years reporting the weather on TV in northern Michigan is out of a job. Karl Bohnak says he was fired at WLUC after refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Bohnak says control over his body should be up to him. He says he was

NEW YORK (AP) — The second season of “The Morning Show,” starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, had just begun filming in March 2020 when COVID-19 brought a halt to TV production. The writers soon decided the scripts should reflect what was happening in the world. It was in some ways a sense of deja

NEW YORK (AP) — Judge Judy Sheindlin will return to television on on November 1 with “Judy Justice,” a new show where she will arbitrate cases on the little-known IMDb TV, a free streaming service offered by Amazon. It will put the tart-talking judge in competition with herself, since CBS Media Ventures is still selling

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia man has been sentenced to five consecutive life sentences for posing as a girl and persuading underage boys to send him sexually explicit pictures and videos. U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced the sentencing of Quionte Jordan Crawford on Monday. He says the 27-year-old man pretended to be a