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Screengrab

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Screengrab is a new KCRW commentary segment hosted by veteran TV journalists Michael Schneider and Joe Adalian. Each week, they'll have a lively discussion about the evolving world of television and that screens -- be they tablets, phones or TV sets -- increasingly dominate our lives.

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Last week Netflix announced it was canceling the critically-adored sitcom   'One Day at a Time,' and TV Twitter got very upset.

With Disney's acquisition of most of 20th Century Fox expected to be officially complete any day now, what does the future look like for the assets that will remain under the control…

Now that the courts have given the final go-ahead to AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner, we're starting to see the future of WarnerMedia.

For a show without a host, things went off without a hitch. The Oscars this year got strong reviews and even a slight ratings boost.

As more and more new streaming services start to come on board later this year, the whole TV situation--including how much you pay and who's in charge of the content--is starting to…

The consensus on this year's Grammys seems to be--it was a good one! But were speeches cut off too soon?

Netflix has started releasing a limited amount of viewership data about some of its most successful shows.

TV shows from the UK are finding new and eager audiences stateside, thanks in part to streaming networks.

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