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After Years of Losses, Comcast Celebrates Small Gain

  The losses and the headlines haven't been good to Comcast: "THE DEATH OF TV: Comcast Lost Nearly 400,000 Cable Subscribers In Last Year" — businessinsider.com "Comcast and Time Warner Cable lost 1.1 million video customers in 2013" — arstechnica.com "Comcast 'Only' Lost 36,000 Pay TV Subscribers Last Year" — techdirt.com "Comcast loses fewest TV

Time Warner Wants To Prevent Cord Cutting

  It is being widely reported that Time Warner is looking to buy 25% of Hulu's stock in an attempt to prevent it from streaming current seasons of network and premium television shows. Apparently, Time Warner is finally starting to realize that access to streaming entertainment accelerates cord cutting and threatens

Stratechery Or Clownery?

  I ran across an article, The Cord-Cutting Fantasy, at stratechery.com that was selling cord cutting Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt [FUD]. You know the type -- over-inflate, mislead, repeat. The author of the article attempted to come off as one who understands the "the economics of cord-cutting," yet had to correct himself

TV’s Most Anticipated 2016 Shows

With long awaited shows like The Catch or Vinyl, these are TV's most anticipated 2016 Shows that you should keep your eye out for on the broadcast networks and streaming services January 22 Mad Dogs (Amazon) January 28 You, Me and the Apocalypse (NBC) February 5 Animals (HBO Now) February 14 Vinyl (HBO Now) February 15 11/22/63 (Hulu) March 24 The Catch

Midseason TV shows Spotlight

  ATSC-TV's Midseason TV shows Spotlight Thursday Angel From Hell (CBS) ~ a single-camera comedy about Amy, a colorful, brassy woman who insinuates herself into the life of an organized and seemingly perfect young woman, Allison, claiming to be her 'guardian angel.' Allison is an intense, driven doctor who is sure that Amy

No End To Cord Cutting?

  By The Numbers According to analysis from eMarketer, nearly a quarter of all households will be without traditional TV by 2019, a decrease of 4.3 million customers -- and 23% of homes, an increase of 8.6 million households, will have switched to streaming. Last year 91% of people saw themselves as

Canceled Or Renewed TV Shows For 2016-2017

The following is a list of Canceled Or Renewed TV Shows For 2016-2017 Season. FOX Bob's Burgers NBC Blindspot Chicago Fire Chicago P.D. ABC American Crime America's Funniest Home Videos The Bachelor Beyond the Tank Black-ish Blood & Oil Castle The Catch Dancing with the Stars Dr. Ken The Family Fresh off the Boat Galavant The Goldbergs Grey's Anatomy How to Get Away with Murder Last Man Standing Marvel's Agent Carter Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The Middle Mistresses Modern

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