If you live in South Miami-Dade and you get your internet service from Comcast, you’re relying on a friend to tell you this. A major outage for South Florida’s dominant cable-tv and internet provider has left a large part of South Miami-Dade unplugged.
After a 4 day standoff, local programs and shows on The CW network returned to the screens of South Florida DirecTV customers after the satellite service and the Tribune company reached an agreement allowing DirectTV to carry Tribune’s TV stations, including WSFL 39 in South Florida.
DirecTV subscribers in South Florida may miss upcoming episodes “Vampire Diaries” and “America’s Top Model” if the company can’t work out a deal with WSFL-Ch. 39’s parent company Tribune Co.
It’s the ultimate fantasy for couch potatoes: being paid to watch TV. That’s what Viggle does in the form of reward points and gift cards.
Miami Beach is the center of the television world this week as TV program creators, distributors, network gurus and TV station programmers meet to decide what you might see on TV in the next 2 years.
Just weeks after Fox dropped “America’s Most Wanted” after more than two decades, its creator-host, John Walsh, has a new home for the show on the Lifetime network.
MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – The American Academy of Pediatrics has taken aim at the media saying television ads for sugary and fatty foods are playing a role in the childhood obesity epidemic in a new policy […]
TV cop Larry Wilcox was sentenced to three year’s probation and 500 hours community service Friday by a Fort Lauderdale judge.