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Warning: Your Smart TV could be spying on you

As the Internet of Things advances and more and more items become connected data security and privacy become hotly debated topics. One area of concern is with the growing prevalence of smart television sets.

Turkey plans ban on dating shows: deputy PM

Ankara - Turkey is planning to ban popular television dating shows as they do not fit in with Turkish traditions and customs, the deputy prime minister has said.

Jeff Bridges revives 'The Dude' at John Goodman tribute

Los Angeles - Jeff Bridges hilariously resurrected his iconic slacker character "The Dude" from "The Big Lebowski" Friday as he honored his friend John Goodman at a celebration of the actor's glittering career.

Pablo Escobar's son slams TV series for 'glorifying' criminals

Madrid - The son of infamous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar slammed depictions of his father's life like those in the hit Netflix series "Narcos", saying they "glorify" criminals, in an interview published Sunday.

YouTube targets cable TV with new streaming subscription

YouTube has unveiled a new live TV streaming service that aggressively targets cable channels. Billed monthly, the service is half the price of most TV subscriptions and includes access to dozens of national and regional networks on every device.

US tycoon Robert Durst admitted murdering friend, witness says

Los Angeles - New York property tycoon Robert Durst confessed to carrying out the murder of close friend Susan Berman, a witness testified in a Los Angeles court Thursday.

Venezuela bans Spanish-language CNN for Iraq report

Caracas - Venezuela pulled CNN's Spanish-language television channel off the air on Wednesday, accusing it of spreading "propaganda" about an alleged visa racket at the country's embassy in Iraq.

Facebook videos are coming to your TV

Facebook has announced a new video app for smart TVs that's designed to let you watch content from friends, family and publishers on the big screen. The launch marks the next step in Facebook's ambition to become a video site in its own right.

Curved TVs just went the same way as 3D

Curved TVs may have reached the end, only a few years after they first appeared. After battling low consumer uptake and critical reviews, LG and Sony have announced they will not launch any new models this year. It follows the end of 3D TV production.

TV brand Vizio pays $2.2m after being caught tracking users

Vizio has been ordered to pay $2.2 million after being found guilty of unlawfully monitoring customers' browsing habits. The smart TV manufacturer secretly tracked what users watched, storing up to 100 billion data points every day.

Super Bowl ads caught in political whirlwind

Washington - The ads appearing during the Super Bowl weren't supposed to be political -- but some brands wanted to make a statement, and others may have been just caught in the crossfire.

Trudeau official rips Fox News over 'false' tweet on shooting

Ottawa - A senior official in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government blasted US television network Fox News for a "false" tweet claiming a Moroccan was the suspect in the Quebec mosque mass shooting.

Venezuela bans Hugo Chavez TV series

Caracas - Venezuela has banned TV networks from broadcasting a new series on late president Hugo Chavez, calling the US-Colombian production an attack on the legacy of the charismatic socialist firebrand.

'Hidden Figures' takes top prize at SAG Awards

Los Angeles - Fox's biographical comedy-drama "Hidden Figures" landed the top prize Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, seen as a major bellwether for the Oscars.Starring Taraji P.

3D TV is finally officially dead

3D television has reached the grave as Sony and LG, the last remaining manufacturers of 3D TVs, have confirmed they are to cease production. The concept is regarded as one of the biggest tech failures this decade after failing to win over consumers.

Rolf Harris groped blind, disabled woman: prosecutor

London - Veteran Australian entertainer Rolf Harris groped several women and girls in public, including a blind and disabled victim, British prosecutors said Wednesday.

Philippine minister says Nickelodeon can't build on pristine Palawan

Manila - American children's television network Nickelodeon will not be allowed to build an underwater theme park on one of the nation's most pristine islands, the Philippine environment minister said Wednesday.

'La La Land' waltzes off with big win at Golden Globes

Los Angeles - Whimsical modern-day musical "La La Land" pirouetted its way into major Oscars contention as it swept the board at the Golden Globes, the glitziest party of the showbiz year.

Inside the enigmatic Golden Globes voting bloc

Los Angeles - Millions of television viewers will tune in on Sunday to watch the Golden Globe Awards, one of Hollywood's biggest and glitziest affairs that sets many movies on the path to Oscars glory.But few are likely to know who actually decides on the winners.

Hollywood parties at razzle-dazzle Golden Globes

Los Angeles - Hollywood's elite head for the red carpet Sunday for the Golden Globes, the champagne-drenched launch of the entertainment industry's awards season, with whimsical musical "La La Land" leading the race for statuettes.

Kim Kardashian breaks silence about October robbery

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian is finally speaking about being robbed at gunpoint in Paris last October, in classic Kardashian fashion: in a promotional video for the new season of her hit reality TV show.In the clip for "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," on the E!

Fallen entertainer Rolf Harris faces UK abuse trial

London - Australian-born entertainer Rolf Harris, who was a fixture on British television for six decades, will go on trial in London on Monday for alleged assaults against minors.

Casey Affleck and the limits of Hollywood's tolerance

Los Angeles - Showered in accolades and tipped for Golden Globes and Oscars glory, Casey Affleck is finally leaving behind two decades at the fringes of movie stardom to become a major player.

Judge OKs early testimony by scared witnesses in Durst case

Los Angeles - A judge has agreed to allow two witnesses to be questioned ahead of the murder trial of Robert Durst, accepting prosecutors' claims that the pair fear the real estate tycoon might have them killed.

BBC sparks a stir with IS 'Real Housewives' sketch

London - The BBC sparked a social media storm after screening a comedy sketch called "The Real Housewives of ISIS", satirising the women lured into joining the Islamic State jihadist group.

European broadcaster believes in Olympic gold

Paris - The cost of Olympic television rights may look hair-raising but Eurosport is confident it will get back the 1.3 billion euros ($1.4 billion) it laid out to get European rights, according to its chief executive.

At 70, sitcoms stand firm against wave of TV changes

New York - The television industry is in the midst of a sea change but one format hasn't varied in 70 years -- and yet remains a favorite among American viewers.

Swedish TV hit 'Midnight Sun' shines light on Sami people

Stockholm - "Midnight Sun", Sweden's new blockbuster crime series, has drawn praise for its bloody tale of Arctic Circle murder but also concern over the portrayal of the indigenous Sami people who are its stars.

Julia Roberts set to star in TV show

Los Angeles - Hollywood actress Julia Roberts is the latest star planning to head to the small screen, reports said Thursday.

'La La Land' leads Golden Globe nominations

Los Angeles - Dreamy musical romance "La La Land", set in modern-day Los Angeles, topped nominations for the Golden Globes on Monday, as Hollywood's awards seasons revs up in the march to the Oscars.
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