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BOUNCE TV Begins Production on its First Original Scripted Sitcom: My Crazy Roommate Created and Executive Produced by Bentley Kyle Evans

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By unleashing the Apple TV to play games. It's easier and far more effective than you'd think. Follow @jetscott (Credit: Dan Ackerman/CNET) For almost as long as there's been a rumor of a next-gen Apple TV, reggie bush and kim kardashian there's been a rumor of an Apple game console. In a year where Apple's product portfolio has been conservative -- to be kind -- it feels like new products, like the fabled iWatch , might be sliding off toward 2014. So what, if anything, could Apple surprise with? Of all the new products Apple could release this fall, a revamped Apple TV/game console would be the easiest to make...and could deliver a huge unexpected disruption to the upcoming next-gen game consoles from Sony and Microsoft. With a possible Amazon game console and maybe even a Google one rumored to be on the horizon, maybe it's time Apple flexed its gaming muscle a little.

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EVP Programming and Production, Bounce TV, Billy Hall commented, "We are aggressively moving forward with a robust slate of original programming and believe we are off to a terrific start working with Bentley and his team on My Crazy Roommate." ABOUT BENT OUTTA SHAPE PRODUCTIONS Bent Outta Shape is home to Bentley Kyle Evans, Co-Producer of and Executive Producer to the hugely successful sitcoms "Martin" and "The Jamie Foxx Show". A fortuitous opportunity landed Evans working alongside actor Martin Lawrence in the early 90's; it was that encounter that sparked the creation of the globally syndicated "Martin" and Evans' passion for writing and producing. Best known for sitcoms, Evans also co-wrote "A Thin Line Between Love And Hate" and created "Love That Girl". With a career spanning two decades, Evans continues to produce content to entertain the African-American audience. ABOUT BOUNCE TV Bounce TV targets African Americans primarily between the ages of 25-54 with a programming mix of theatrical motion pictures, original series, specials and events, live sports, off-net series, documentaries, and inspirational faith-based programs. Bounce TV celebrated its first birthday on-the-air on Sept.

New LG LED TV gets '70s styling

Its not usually a good sign when news about a reality TV stars financials get airtime on CNN . But thats what happened recently when allegations of fraud against Teresa and Joe Giudice emerged. According to news reports, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her husband are charged with 39 counts, ranging from mortgage fraud to tax evasion. The Giudices allegedly falsified their income Teresa is accused of falsely stating that she had a job as an executive assistant making it possible for them to get larger mortgages between 2001 and 2008. When they later filed for bankruptcy , the couple allegedly hid additional income Teresa was receiving for her role on Bravos reality TV series, leading to another charge of fraud. When they filed for bankruptcy in 2010, the couple reportedly had eight mortgages out on three different homes with a stated income of $79,000 .

August 13, 2013 12:26 PM PDT (Credit: LG) Those born in the 1970s may appreciate the the LG 32LN530R , the Korean company's latest LED TV, which is designed to look like an old CRT TV. This 32-incher sports two oversize dials for setting TV channels and volume, as well as what appears to be a front speaker grille. But strip away all these old-school touches and you'll still get a full-HD panel with a fast 120Hz screen refresh rate. Other modern features include an integrated multimedia player and Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support. There are even four HDMI inputs and a USB port. With many TVs appearing increasingly identical these days, the LG 32LN630R offers an interesting design twist and a welcome change.

TV tonight: 'Amish Mafia,' 'Body of Proof'

While no longer an issue with small-screen OLED displays, like the ones used in most Samsung smartphones, poor yield has long been the main holdup preventing large-screen OLED TVs from making their way to the mass market. Although $8,999 is still solidly in extreme luxury territory for a 55-inch view publisher site TV, it's low enough that eager U.S. customers who've already paid $6,000 more for LG's OLED might feel a sense of chagrin. There's no word yet whether that company will drop its price as well. The OLED TVs of both Samsung and LG outdo traditional LED LCD and plasma with improved picture quality, razor-thin designs, and curved screens said to provide a more immersive viewing experience.
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(From left, 'Amish Mafia's John, Alvin, Levi and Jolin.) (Photo: Discovery Channel) SHARE 12 CONNECT 6 TWEET 2 COMMENTEMAILMORE Fixing Juvie Justice/Frontline: Football High | PBS, 9 ET/PT, times may vary Public broadcasting takes a two-show, two-hour look at some major problems facing young Americans today. The first hour explores efforts to improve an over-taxed -- and some would say under-performing -- juvenile justice system, one of which is built around a New Zealand effort that stresses conciliation and rehabilitation over punishment. The second, a timely Frontline repeat, looks at the increased risks of concussions and heat stroke faced by high school football players as the players grow larger and the pressures to win grow ever greater. CRITIC'S CORNER CHAT ON TWITTER: Submit your questions to @BiancoRobert using #askbianco Amish Mafia, Tickle, Porter Ridge | Discovery, 9 ET/PT And then you have Discovery, giving us a three-show block of Amish Mafia, the new Moonshiner's spin-off Tickle, and the new series Porter Ridge which transplants the channel's love affair with rednecks-on-a-rampage to Indiana. Some viewers will love it.


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