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    George C. Stoney, the Father of Public-Access Television, Passes Away at Age 96

    Documentarian and public-access TV advocate George C. Stoney passed away in his home last night at age 96, according to the Alliance for Community Media, an organization started by interns from the Alternate Media Center, which he founded.   His impact on community media has been immortalized b...

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    Recap: 'Louie' Has A Brief Encounter In Miami In A Gentle, Slight Episode

    "Louie" does something that really no other comedy show on TV would, or could do -- it's not afraid to not be funny. While loosely fitting into the half-hour sitcom format, Louis C.K.'s long since thrown off those shackles, both formally and in terms of the need to actually make you laugh. After all...

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    Watch: Juicy 'Dexter' Season Seven Preview Showcases Deb's Reaction to Dexter's Secret

    "You... snapped?" Showtime's put up a two-minute sneak peek from the upcoming seventh season of "Dexter" (which starts Sunday, September 30 at 9pm), and it's a juicy one taking up right where the finale left off, with Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) walking in on Dexter (Michael...

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    Roger Bobb's 'Raising Izzie' Gets TV Premiere Date (Vanessa Williams, Rockmond Dunbar Star)

    Former Executive Vice President of Tyler Perry Studios, Roger Bobb, who left the company earlier last year to start his own film production company called Bobcat Films, is making his feature film directorial debut with a project titled Raising Izzie - a film that's based on the grand-prize...

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    Watch: The Onion Takes on Reality TV in Web Series 'Sex House'

    While making fun of reality shows has gotten so easy it has perversely become almost impossible, The Onion manages to land some solid punches in the first episode of its new YouTube-based web series "Sex House."

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    Download an Episode of 'Klown,' the TV Show, Written by Lars von Trier

    The 2010 Danish comedy "Klown" is arriving in theaters on July 27th with some significant advance buzz, having won over crowds at Fantastic Fest last year.

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    AMC Offers Dish Subscribers 'Breaking Bad' Premiere Live Stream in Wake of Contract Expiration

    Dish recently dropped AMC, and the cable network wants satellite subscribers to know what they're missing: On July 15, the highly anticipated "Breaking Bad" 5th season premiere will stream for Dish customers on AMC's website.

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    Johnny Depp To Reprise 'Edward Scissorhands' For 'Family Guy' Appearance

    While he's been one of the most bankable stars in Hollywood over the past decade or so, when Johnny Depp commits to a role -- he really goes all in. Sure he probably took his paycheck for "The Tourist" with shame, but he's capable of standing out within the blockbuster fluff of fil...

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    'Armadillo,' 'Better This World' and 'Enemies of the People' Nominated for News and Doc Emmy Awards

    The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominations for the 33rd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards this morning. Among the nominees are docs "Armadillo," which received four nods and "The Battle for Marjah," "Better This World" and &qu...

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    Starz Developing a Dracula TV Series, Because People Still Like Vampires, Right?

    Starz's sword-and-sandals hit "Spartacus" is coming to a (no doubt bloody but sexy) end after its next season, which is slated to start airing in January 2013. That means the network is on the hunt for more original programming and its latest venture is a pair of new projects in develo...

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