Why do radio and television stations use three or four letters to identify their stations, and why do they typically begin with a “W” or “K”? It all started in ...

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Daytime dramas are known as soap operas, but where did the moniker come from and when did it happen? The origin of the soap opera can be traced back to ...

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Jelson25/Wikimedia There are more than 2,500 stars that line the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California. The stars represent the contributions of people in the entertainment industry in five ...

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The hit TV show, The Office, ran from 2005-2013 and is now in syndication.  The mockumentary about a paper company’s employees and their work lives won the Golden Globes and ...

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The remote control has become one of the most common pieces of electronic equipment, and it controls things far from just the average television.  There are usually many of them ...

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Beth Madison/Wikimedia Leonard Nimoy, most famous for his character, Spock on Star Trek, passed away on February 27, 2015.  Here’s a look back at some of the lesser known facts ...

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Sam Howzit/Wikimedia Judge Wapner of The People’s Court was the first to dispense justice from the bench on T.V. Many have followed in his footsteps; Judge Judy, Judge Mathis, Judge ...

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Every network seems to have their own “reality” show.  I put reality in quotes because it’s becoming painfully obvious that other than the people being physically present, there doesn’t seem ...

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