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Microsoft has discontinued its peculiar two-week ad campaign featuring the companyâ€™s chairman, Bill Gates, with comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
The sets from several iconic U.S. television shows are to be incorporated into the stage designs for the upcoming Emmy Awards telecast, ABC said. The prize presentation honoring the year's best in television is to take place Sunday in Los Angeles.
By Claire Beale ON ADVERTISING Bill Gates is shopping for shoes. He's a size 10, and he likes his leathers on the cheap side. In fact, he's a bone fide, platinum card-carrying member of the Shoe Circus Clown Club.
By Laura Petrecca and Bruce Horovitz To reboot Windows' image, Microsoft has kicked off its biggest consumer marketing effort with a TV ad -- about nothing.
LOS ANGELES, Aug.
U.S. actress Liz Sheridan says she doesn't know how to get in touch with Jerry Seinfeld, who played her son on the sit-com Seinfeld for nine years.
By Marty Crisp The western is long gone. We'll never see a resurgence of shows like Wagon Train, The Rebel or Bonanza. The time for that kind of frontier optimism - not to mention using American Indians as bad guys - is over.
By Rob Sharp DOCUMENTARIES COMEDY The creative genius behind 'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm', Larry Charles, is turning his razor-sharp wit on world religion - and no one will be spared.
By Preston Jones, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul.
By Sarah Linn, The Tribune, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Jul. 3--Wanda Sykes has never been afraid to speak her mind. Onstage and in front of the camera, she offers funny, sharp-tongued commentary on subjects as diverse as gay marriage, the government and sex.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.