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TV Notes
On The Air Tonight
WEDNESDAY Network Primetime/Late Night Options
(All shows are in HD unless noted; start times are ET. Network late night shows are preceded by late local news)

ABC:
8PM - The Middle
(R - Oct. 2)
8:30PM - The Goldbergs
(R - Dec. 10)
9PM - Modern Family
(R - Feb. 5)
9:31PM - The Middle
(R - Oct. 9)
10PM - Motive
* * * *
11:35PM - Jimmy Kimmel Live! (Gordon Ramsay; Bobcat Goldthwait; Common performs)
12:37AM - Nightline

CBS:
8PM - Big Brother
9PM - Extant
10PM - Criminal Minds
(R - Sep. 25)
* * * *
11:35PM - Late Show with David Letterman (Eric Stonestreet; summer toy demo; Brody Dalle performs)
12:37AM - Late Show with Craig Ferguson (Larry King)

NBC:
8PM - America's Got Talent (120 min.)
10PM - Taxi Brooklyn
* * * *
11:34PM - The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Robin Wright; Josh Charles; Weezer performs)
12:36AM - Late Night with Seth Meyers (Ricky Gervais; designer Zac Posen; G-Eazy performs)
1:37AM - Last Call with Carson Daly (Nasty Gal CEO Sophia Amoruso; L.P. performs; musical group Ume)
(R - May 5)

FOX:
8PM - So You Think You Can Dance (120 min.)

PBS:
(check your local listing for starting time/programming)
8PM - My Wild Affair: The Ape Who Went to College
9iPM - NOVA - Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes
(R - Apr. 17, 2013)
10PM - Sex in the Wild: Orangutans

UNIVISION:
8PM - Mi Corazón Es Tuyo
9PM - Lo Que La Vida Me Robó
10PM - Qué Pobres Tan Ricos

THE CW:
8PM - Arrow
(R - Feb. 5)
9PM - The 100
(R - Apr. 16)

TELEMUNDO:
8PM - Reina De Corazones
9PM - En Otra Piel
10PM - El Señor de los Cielos

COMEDY CENTRAL:
11PM - The Daily Show With Jon Stewart (George Takei)
11:31PM - The Colbert Report (Mary Mazzio and Oscar Vazquez)
12:01AM - At Midnight (Jonah Ray; Emily Gordon; Kumail Nanjiani)
12:31AM - The Meltdown With Jonah and Kumail (Series Premiere)

TBS:
11PM - Conan (Stephen Moyer; producer Roger Corman; band Boy & Bear)

E!:
11PM - Chelsea Lately (Frank Grillo)
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WGA issues a 'call to arms' over proposed Fox-Time Warner deal
By Richard Verrier, Los Angeles Times' 'Company Town' Blog - Jul. 22, 2014

The Writers Guild of America, West is stepping up its fight over Rupert Murdoch's proposed $80-billion offer to acquire Time Warner Inc.

In an email letter to members Tuesday, the guild's leaders issued a "call to arms" in response to the offer from 21st Century Fox, saying the merger and other media deals threaten the livelihoods of writers.

"As writers, we face a landscape today that the founders of our Guild would hardly recognize," wrote Guild President Chris Keyser and negotiating committee Co-Chairs Chip Johannessen and Billy Ray. "For decades, there were dozens of significant buyers in television and movies. Then Federal limits on mergers disappeared."

The resulting industrywide consolidation has reduced opportunities for writers, the letter added: "Fewer movies being made. Fewer development deals. Smaller TV staffs. And lower quotes ... because the industry was suddenly in the hands of only six - six! - conglomerates. And the Writers Guild, without a voice in Washington to protest, was unable to save the business from strangling itself.

Now, those six conglomerates are threatening to swallow one another. Think of that. Between them, Fox and Time-Warner would control 40% of the industry’s writing jobs. What happens if more consolidation follows? What happens if one mega-company ends up devouring them all?"

Keyser and his colleagues concluded by asking members to contribute to the union's political action committee in Washington.

"The checks you write to your favorite Senate candidates cannot influence policy," they wrote. "But a powerful PAC, supporting candidates in the name of the WGA, gives us a fighting chance in the war against the corporate madness that threatens us all."

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment...722-story.html
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