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    With modern TV-video consumers looking to pair down their pay TV monthly bills to only necessary networks, RSNs might have a tougher time keeping decent scale going forward.
  • Bloomberg's TV Spots Promote Competence, Obama Association
    A recent TV commercial talks up the efforts of both men to combat gun violence and improve young children's education.
  • The Astros Cheated In The 2017 World Series. Will It Impact TV Sponsorships?
    The Astros, who won the World Series in 2017, have been caught stealing pitching signs from their opponents, using a video camera in their home games that year and in parts of 2018.
  • More Legacy TV Cord Cutting To Come
    Roku says half all U.S. homes will be cord cutters or cord-nevers by 2024. That would be around 60 million homes -- a bold prediction.
  • Sports All Star-Pro Bowl Games: Show Us The Entertainment
    To keep fans interested, professional sports is kicking up the action and the events.
  • Does Anyone Remember The Super Bowl Ads?
    Research from GlobalWebIndex says only 21% of those who recall Super Bowl ads with celebrities considered making a purchase.
  • TV Survival Is Impossible In A 650,000 Title Universe
    How does one market -- let alone discover -- 650,000 TV "unique program" titles? You don't.
  • Quibi Ads Touted Short Bites On Oscars, A Super-Long Show
    What the ads didn't mention: Quibi is virtually defined and used as all-mobile video platform.
  • Disney+ Gains Subscribers, Netflix Pursues Awards
    Netflix spent $70 million on specific Oscar marketing for its movies -- "The Irishman" and "Marriage Story" -- and other content touted in this year's race. It won two, although "Irishman" was snubbed.
  • TV Decorum In A Presidential Election Year? No Way!
    GOP presidential candidate Joe Walsh said some choice words on MSNBC after the presidential impeachment vote, where all Republicans, except one, voted to acquit.
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