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  • News

    March 28, 2013

    Major League Baseball's Screwball Economics

    As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future -- and you’re picking up the tab.

  • Blogs

    June 10, 2011

    Country Music Television, Time Warner Cable Legal Tussle Lands in Dallas County Courtroom

    ​This morning, Courthouse News directs our attention to a legal dispute playing out in Judge Carlos Cortez's courtroom: Country Music Television v. Time Warner Cable, filed by McKinney Ave. attorney Michael Raiff. The original complaint itself isn't available: All of the available filings in the D ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 12, 2010

    An Interview With the Shareholder Who Will Fight to Save Blockbuster, an "American Icon"

    Blockbuster CEO Jim Keyes at one of the prototype extreme makeovers debuted in Dallas in 2008​Had a long talk with Greg Meyer last night. He's the guy who owns 645,000 shares of Blockbuster -- more than any exec at Blockbuster, save for CEO Jim Keyes, whose stock comes with the title, and more tha ... More >>

  • Music

    January 15, 2009

    Could Cell Phones Topple iPods?

    Could your cellphone's ability to stream music render the iPod obsolete? Quite possibly.

  • Blogs

    December 31, 2008

    Dora's Crying. Mommy, Make it Stop.

    On Page 13A of Your Morning Paper is Dora the Explorer, crying all over a full-page ad that screams: "Time Warner Cable is Taking Dora Off the Air Tonight! Along with 19 of your favorite channels!" Which is a bit of a stretch. Spike? Please. MTV? Since when? 1985? TV Land? Since when? 1966? OK, thou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 5, 2007
  • Music

    February 22, 2007

    Low Stars

    Low Stars (CGSR)

  • News

    December 7, 2006

    Onward, Christian Soldiers

    Look out, evil Madison Avenue, these Jesus warriors have a battle plan for you

  • Blogs

    March 16, 2006

    That's News to The News

    Amazing the stuff you find trolling the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's Web site when you've got nothing else to do. For instance, take this little item from Belo Corp.'s Form 10-K annual report, filed with the SEC just last week: "On January 5, 2006, Infinity Radio, Inc., a subsidiary o ... More >>

  • News

    August 11, 2005

    Where there's a Will

    Will Clarke has a deal with a New York publisher and a Hollywood studio, and it only took him eight years to become an overnight success

  • Film

    February 3, 2005

    The Hustle

    Why the biggest deal at Sundance was no big deal at all

  • News

    June 26, 2003

    Tin Giant

    Let Belo buy every station in the country--makes my job easier

  • Culture

    June 19, 2003

    What's Left of the Dial

    One nonprofit helped save radio. Sort of. For now.

  • News

    May 15, 2003

    Public Disinterest

    So is media consolidation a bad thing?

  • Culture

    May 1, 2003

    Of Boobs and Blood

    Troma's Lloyd Kaufman has guts, all over the floor

  • Culture

    February 28, 2002

    Small Screen, Big Step

    DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name

  • News

    February 28, 2002

    Urge to Merge

    Will Belo be bought? Yes. Or no. Either way, you won't be able to tell.

  • Culture

    February 14, 2002

    Net Loss

    The government killed TV, and Hollywood's begging it to revive the corpse

  • Music

    June 7, 2001

    Scene, Heard

    KRBV's change in format causes barely a ripple in the airwaves

  • Music

    June 22, 2000

    Flanagan's wake

    VH1 vice president's novel about the music business mourns an era just since passed

  • Culture

    December 16, 1999

    Quick, draw

    After years of talking and hoping, DNA Productions finally inks a big-time deal

  • Music

    January 14, 1999

    Slipped discs

    Are Virgin and Tower really the enemy, or can the indie stores fight back?

  • Calendar

    August 14, 1997
  • News

    February 6, 1997

    Shameless in Seattle

    A breach-of-contract lawsuit dogs A.H. Belo's bid to join the media big leagues

  • News

    July 11, 1996

    Accidental Deaths

    Wars between the electronics giants are killing Dallas' independent music stores