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    So much for TV sports being the savior of the early part of the new TV season.
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    According to reports, AT&T wants to possibly sell DirecTV, Xandr, or... perhaps a kids TV network? The bigger question is what it hopes to retain.
  • Pandemic Blues? Let's Hear It For Media Nostalgia
    Take your nostalgic video, TV show, movie, music, art -- and give it a new ride for your fans. And your advertisers.
  • Russia Is Meddling In The Presidential Election - Again. What New Tricks Can We Expect?
    If you are an advertiser supporting iffy media platforms on TV, print and social media, consider your responsibilities to your brand -- and your customers.
  • NBC's Trump Town Hall Coverage Lost Viewers, Probably Money, Too
    Fact-checking of Trump by Rachel Maddow on her MSNBC show revealed incorrect and false information from the President.
  • NFL Adds Amazon To CBS, Nickelodeon Carriage Of Playoff Games
    Figure it this way -- the NFL has now covered 60+ mostly male viewers (CBS), kids 2-11 viewers (Nickelodeon) and young, digitally minded viewers (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Disney's New Distribution Unit Is A Sign Of Things To Come
    How much content will move from ABC Television Network and ESPN to Hulu and ESPN+? The transition to digital is now all-consuming.
  • How Digital Frenemies Amazon Fire TV, Roku Can Help Each Other
    Companies get something even when they compete with each other. And by something, we mean substantial revenue.
  • Is Netflix Hurt Or Helped By Quick Cancellations?
    Netflix and binge-watching have rewritten the rules of TV.
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    Snap is starting single messaging executions no longer than six seconds -- and Peacock has participated in a beta test.
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