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  1. What Are Anti-Advertising Ads?

    Ads to protest the state of advertising? It might sound a little hypocritical, but some companies are targeting common advertisers and advertisements with the latest viral campaigns: anti-advertising ads. These…

  2. Netflix’s Disney Deal Just the Beginning

      Netflix has announced a deal with The Walt Disney Company that will give the online streaming provider a period of exclusive rights to Disney movies in the United States….

  3. Saturday Night Live Moves to Yahoo and Hulu Loses Clip Rights

    If you’re looking for your favorite Bass-o-Matic skit from Saturday Night Live, you won’t find it on Hulu anymore. The streaming service lost a bidding war against Yahoo to house…

  4. Samsung Introduces TV Discovery to Consumers

    It all started with a little announcement made by Samsung at the Mobile World Congress back in February. The entertainment giant announced it would be introducing a brand new television…

  5. Five New Entertainment Startups You Should Follow

    Although the economy seems sluggish, employment growth would be nonexistent without small businesses and startups. So what are the latest startup trends? Entertainment startups. Entertainment entrepreneurs from all over the…

  6. Prime-Time Ratings See Boost With DVR Numbers: What That Means For Advertisers

    All television networks gauge their show’s popularity through a system of ratings. Prime-time ratings are important because advertisers pay a premium to buy time to pitch products during a show…

  7. How the TV Industry is Changed Forever by Tech Gadgets

    The things Gen-Xers remember as second nature to the TV industry — prime time, cliffhangers, hours wasted in front of “the idiot box” — Millennials may not remember at all….

  8. Netflix and HBO: The War of the Streaming Titans

    A battle is currently being waged between the ever-popular cable TV network HBO and recent rival to their game, Netflix. Netflix and HBO have been dueling it out on the…

  9. How Streaming Media and Original Programming Is Helping Netflix Win Back Loyalty

    In the summer of 2011, Netflix caused an outrage among its subscribers by separating its DVD and streaming media subscription plans. You might have been among those who vowed to…

  10. If a Really Nice Person Offered Free Cable TV to All of NYC, This is How Much It Would Cost

    If you were to look at the healthy bottom lines of the country’s largest cable companies, you’d think that this talk of cord-cutting is way overblown. However, the current reality…