With a 24/7 news cycle and the ability to take messages to the electorate through social media, TV ads can still have impact, experts say.
Rob Owen answers Question about Jennifer Antkowiak’s replacement, Greta Van Susteren’s departure from Fox News Channel and more.
KDKA’s Harold Hayes also recognized for his long-time achievement.
Here’s a look at campaign ads that have been woven into America’s political history.
This week’s “House Hunters” features Western Pennsylvania natives Brynn Marie and Josh Himes looking for a new home in Nashville, Tenn.
The “MacGyver” remake is pedestrian; Fox’s “The Exorcist” scares punctuate an ominous mood.
The station was off the air for about an hour Thursday morning.
Brynn Marie and Josh Himes, a well-traveled couple from Western Pennsylvania, will be featured Friday on HGTV’s “House Hunters.”
New DVD titles this week also include “Beauty and the Beast” and State of Jones.
Hearst Stations says the former anchor’s claims are “long on speculation” but “short on any factual support.”
The show features characters living relatable lives in a style somewhat reminiscent of “Parenthood.”
Jimmy Kimmel presides over a winning night celebrating deserving series and performances from the best visual storytelling medium going.
Here is a partial list of Emmy winners.
Many of the looks were inventive, artistic and, simply put, beautiful.
Tuned In: Kiefer Sutherland excels in ‘Designated Survivor;’ Minnie Driver threatens to repel in ‘Speechless’
ABC offers two new series with promising, potential-filled pilots, but will the series that follow be able to deliver?
Style editor Sara Bauknecht attended the season 15 finale runway show and reveals how it’s pulled off without unveiling the finalists.
Questions answered about the work schedule of Kristine Sorensen, NBC’s prime-time commercial load and “Columbo” on MeTV.
Marita Grabiak directs the fourth episode in the new season of the FX drama “American Horror Story.”
Erie native and University of Pittsburgh graduate Justin Honard steals the show as alter ego Alaska on RuPaul’s drag competition.
Smart comedy is a highlight of new fall TV shows and midseason show “Downward Dog” seeks hip extras.
Familiar titles, high concepts and a white male-heavy CBS lineup highlight the Fall 2016 TV season.
Barbara Lee Owens Stamy’s 40-year career included singing standards from the American songbook, Broadway tunes, classical and sacred music.
Wonder when your returning TV favorites will be back this fall? Here are their return dates:
NBC scores best with two new series on the best list; CBS programs dominate the worst list.
Rob Owen answers questions about Stacy Smith, archival 9/11 TV news coverage, “Dateline” and “48 Hours” and Pivot’s spot on Comcast.
Pittsburgh’s Alaska (Justin Honard) got to bare all (decoratively speaking) as the original bad girl, Eve, on RuPaul’s reality competition.
Pittsburgh native Reed Agnew is behind Fox’s new live-action/animation hybrid series.
The Hollywood Theater offers “A Steel City Celebration” of ‘Star Trek’s’ debut 50 years ago and a screening of “For the Love of Spock.”
Panels and events will be the highlights during Tuesday’s grand opening of Point Park’s $2.5 million Center for Media Innovation.
Sarah Koenig, host and one of the creators of “Serial,” hopes the podcast shows editors there is still an audience for long-form journalism.
The parent company of Fox News said today that it had settled a lawsuit with its former anchor Gretchen Carlson.
Senior political analyst Brit Hume will take over for Van Susteren's 7 p.m. show "On the Record" starting immediately.
Hugh O'Brian appeared in a string of movies and TV anthology series in the years before he became a star.
Post-Gazette TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about a mailing from Comcast, “Blindspot” in the ’Burgh and LMN haunting shows.
The cooking competition on Fox hosted by Gordon Ramsay said goodbye to Slippery Rock’s Nathan Barnhouse this week.
“Peg + Cat,” “Super Why!” and “Wild Kratts” are among a growing number of television-themed camps in Pittsburgh and across the country.
A period drama chronicles the founding of Harley-Davidson; local 9/11 documentaries and a locally set Investigation Discovery episode.
Ms. Antkowiak left once before and returned in 2009. In an announcement to staff, news director said “we expected her to be with us longer.
She’s the first female contestant to complete Stage 1 in the national finals.
More B-, C- and D-list celebrities prepare to take to the floor on “Dancing With the Stars.”
Mr. Reichblum, 58, died Monday, nine months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
Both sides asked for a delay while the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decides a similar bankruptcy fraud case.
Questions answers about PBS reruns, “Burn Notice” and “Happy Valley.”
“Dancing With the Stars” is a great place for a celebrity to try to rehabilitate a sullied reputation.
It’s time for an extravaganza eleganza as “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” brightens up the runway.
Local stations move some shows around this fall but there are fewer new syndicated shows than usual; “Mindhunter” needs more extras again.
There’s much to master in the “MasterChef” kitchen. For Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse, that includes making friends, and rice.
TV writer Rob Owen answers questions about “The Night Shift” and adapting novels for TV.
On a new NBC show debuting Tuesday, a whole world of adventure awaits a Pro Football Hall of Famer and his unlikely travel companions.
A homegrown, train-themed series fills the live-action void in children’s television; Showtime plans ahead.