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HDTV Comes to U.S.

 Rebo's HDTV Paints the Town and Climbs Video Walls  [[wysiwyg_imageupload:1260:]]Barry Rebo introduces Lone Star Roadhouse for his hi-def "Manhattan Music Magazine" series. 

The Great Indoors

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1237:]]New York City has some of the best – and worst – public spaces in the world.[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1227:]]

The Hunt for Red October

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1183:]]20,000 LEAGUES (approx.) UNDER THE SEA

Arnold Schwarzenegger (2)

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1177:]]HIS BODY OF WORK Tom Soter takes you on the ultimate guide to The Complete Arnie.  

Arnold Schwarzenegger (1)

 His Body of Work  [[wysiwyg_imageupload:1170:]]The Complete Arnold Schwarzenegger:An Action Aficionado's Guide 

Books Into Movies

Over the past fifty years, many techniques have been used to adapt blockbuster books for the screen. While some approaches to this formidable task have pitted the original author against the screenwriter, all of the following techniques have resulted in great movies. THE "I DON'T LIKE YOUR POLITICS" APPROACH

Movie Remakes (2)


TV Executives

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1131:]]STATION MANAGER PROFILESDAVE HIGGINS WCCO-TV • MINNEAPOLIS Dave Higgins likes the predictable. "You can always be creative when you have an order to fall back on," he notes. "I' know some very creative people who are too willing to trust their instincts and not do a proper job of preparation. 1 get nervous about that."Dave Higgins also likes the unpredictable."He's a real nut about trolleys,” observes Reid Johnson, a long-time colleague. "For a wedding anniversary one year, he and his wife rented a train car and took 40 people out on a dinner trip. He enjoys doing things in a grand way.”

Saturday Night Sell

For 15 years, Saturday Night Live has been giving it right back to advertisers with its commercial parodies. And nothing is sacred.from SHOOT, September 14, 1990[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1123:]]

From the Editor 39: The Talking Cure

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:794:]]"Communication and cooperation always help avoid problems,” attorney Stuart Saft, a partner at Holland & Knight, once said to me. Not everyone believes that.