Category Archives: Television

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to Honor Broadcast Television Visionary and Univision President & CEO Randy Falco at Trustee’s Award Gala

On February 18th 2015 The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) announced the next recipient for the acclaimed Board of Trustees’ Award to be distributed at the gala held in its honor on Thursday, June 4th in New … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Shock All Night Marathon

12 am – “The Black Scorpion” – Science Fiction (1957, Warner Archives Collection) Volcanic eruptions south of the Border unleash a horde of gigantic, man-eating scorpions with designs upon Mexico City. This bantam-weight retread of Warner Bros’ previous big bug … Continue reading

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The Foundation of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Expands 2015 College Scholarship Program

Intent on forging a career in television? If so, it may interest you to know that The Foundation of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, along with its varying chapters, is currently on the path to granting over $200,000 … Continue reading

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Drama Performer Pre-Nominations Announced for the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards!

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and the Television Academy (ATAS) have done it again! Announcements for the Drama Performer Pre-Nominations for the 42nd Annual Emmy Awards were revealed this past Wednesday in preparation for the official … Continue reading

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Movies ‘Till Dawn: Saturday Morning Matinee Theater – “Stingray”

9 a.m. “Stingray” – “Titan Goes Pop” – Children’s Programming/Science Fiction (1964, Shout! Factory/Timeless Media Group) Intentionally funny episode of the popular Gerry Anderson “Supermarionation” series “Stingray” (1964-1965) which pokes fun at both mainstream culture’s bafflement over rock and roll … Continue reading

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66th Annual Technological & Engineering Emmy Awards Commemorated by The National Academy of Television and Arts Sciences (NATAS) and The Television Academy!

While you were all anticipating the Golden Globes with bated breath and sweaty brow this weekend, something equally bodacious was going down in Vegas. Celebrations were being commemorated, geek/tech jokes slung about like all too many giddy, Angry Birds, and … Continue reading

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Kathy Garver: From Cissy to Spiderman–Still Going Strong in a Dynamic Career that Sizzles!

Kathy Garver is still cute. She is still sweet, ever lovely, and, to this day, has locks that would be the envy of Cher’s most flamboyant wig dresser; only, to see her in real life, one can confirm, both categorically … Continue reading

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Dawn Wells’ “What Would Mary Ann Do?”: Insightful, Delightful, and Perhaps Even Just a Little Controversial

I don’t know about you, but I always liked Mary Ann.  She was the smart one, the kind one, the not-so-self-absorbed one; genuine.  Meet the 76-year-old woman (who looks much closer to 50) behind the girl in real life and you’ll … Continue reading

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20 Gifts for Under $20

There is no reason to break the bank during the holidays. It’s more important to choose something thoughtful and fun instead of something expensive and predictable. These gifts are perfect for that work friend or the new date you don’t … Continue reading

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Bob Dorough @ The Echoplex 11/24

When first arriving at the Echoplex Monday evening it was surprising to discover that “Schoolhouse Rock” had such a cultish and enthusiastic following. But it soon became apparent that the excitement of the crowd was only partially due to the familiar songs; Bob Dorough was … Continue reading

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