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Dodgers’ games might be left off TV in Southern Nevada

Los Angeles Dodgers fans in Southern Nevada will be left truly blue this season unless local pay-TV distributors agree to carry Time Warner Cable’s SportsNet LA channel — the Dodgers’ exclusive new 24/7 TV home.

Pit reporter Little mulls future

As ESPN/ABC enters its final season covering NASCAR, pit road reporter Jamie Little has mixed emotions.

Eye infection puts NBC’s Bob Costas on Olympics sidelines

With both eyes reddened by an infection, NBC’s Bob Costas said he will sit out the network’s prime-time Olympics coverage on Tuesday. Taking his place in Sochi will be “Today” anchor Matt Lauer.

Rousey sees acting career build steam

Even before her first movie roles hit the big screen, Ultimate Fighting Championship star Ronda Rousey has become a hot commodity in Hollywood.

I’ll give you three Jerry Lumpes for one Paul McCartney

On this night 50 years ago I was 7, gathered around a black-and-white TV set, watching “The Ed Sullivan Show.” That Ed Sullivan show. The one with the Beatles.

New Hispanic MMA reality TV show launched

The co-founder of Ultimate Fighting Championship has launched a new Hispanic MMA reality TV show on cable network mun2, following the lives of 10 Hispanic mixed martial arts fighters chasing an exclusive contract with the new Combate Americas franchise.

A Jay Leno story, before he was famous

Long before his 22-year run on “The Tonight Show,” our columnist found Jay Leno in Albuquerque, waiting to catch a flight to Farmington, N.M., to do stand-up comedy at the Best Western.

 
CBS to air Thursday night NFL games

The NFL has decided to shift eight of its Thursday night games to a broadcast network this fall, and announced Wednesday that CBS had won the bid to showcase more of television’s hottest property.

Hoffman’s ‘Moneyball’ portrayal sticks out

I wonder how Art Howe feels about this. That was one of the first things that popped into mind on Sunday when I read that Philip Seymour Hoffman was dead.

Mars calls Super Bowl halftime show an honor

Bruno Mars says he feels honored the NFL is letting him perform at the Super Bowl halftime show even though he’s still a budding artist.

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