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NBC Learning About Changed Viewer Habits

PERSONAL TECH | By David Bauder | Aug 22
For future Olympics, NBC says it will look at how some of its tech-savvy customers are programming the games themselves for advice on putting together its own broadcasts.

The Queens Are Back! 'Rupaul's Drag Race All Stars' Season Two Heats Up This Fall!

TELEVISION | Aug 21
"RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars" Season Two sashays to the screen on Thursday, August 25, at 8 pm, with a queen-sized 90-minute episode, loaded with more sickening twists and turns than the Presidential election.

RuPaul's Drag Race: Bob the Drag Queen Interview

CELEBRITIES | By Michael Cook | Aug 19
With razor sharp wit and runway presence to match, Bob let us all know that you don't need to take yourself so incredibly serious to take the crown. He's sharp as ever in this exclusive interview!

Nephew Featured in "Making a Murderer" May be Freed

TELEVISION | Aug 17
A man at the center of the popular Netflix documentary series, "Making a Murderer," could soon be freed from prison.

Bob The Drag Queen: I Knew I Would Win 'Drag Race'

TELEVISION | By Doug Rule | Aug 15
"I watched RuPaul's Drag Race Season 1 and thought, 'Man, that looks like a lot of fun. I think I could be good at that.' So I gave it a shot."

Is NBC's Prime-Time Olympics Due for A Change?

CORPORATE | By David Bauder | Aug 13
Prime-time ratings are down this year from the record-setting London Games, and NBC says a big reason is because more people are watching cable or their devices. But it's worth posing the question: Is the formula growing stale?

'Star Trek: Discovery' to Feature Female Lead, Gay Character

TELEVISION | By Lynn Elber | Aug 12
Following up a Comic-Con panel in July about "Star Trek: Discovery," executive producer Bryan Fuller shared details about the 13-episode series' setting, characters and innovations at a Television Critics Association meeting Wednesday.

Disney's Movie Hits Overshadow Lackluster TV Results

CORPORATE | By Mae Anderson | Aug 12
In a call with analysts, CEO Bob Iger said that traditional cable packages known as "multichannel bundles" are most profitable for Disney. But he acknowledged that new digital-video options offer consumers choice and variety.

HBO Doc 'Suited' Shows Trans/genderqueer Dressing For Success

TELEVISION | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jul 31
HBO's fascinating, sometimes touching new documentary "Suited" dispels numerous myths about transgender people - the film might even open a few doors for this newly emerging community.

'Looking' Actor Frankie J. Alvarez Sad To See HBO Series End

TELEVISION | Jul 31
On July 23 HBO premiered "Looking: The Movie," a feature-length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.

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