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POP Unveils Programming Slate For Early '15 Launch

POP, CBS and Lionsgate's rebranding of TVGN, today unveiled more than 400 hours of original programming for its early 2015 launch, including six new original series, an exclusive after-show...

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Discovery and Suddenlink Renew Carriage Deal With Added Digital Rights

It's goodbye Nickelodeon, and hello Discovery Family Channel, for the St. Louis-based cable company. Suddenlink, which just lost access to Viacom's channels following a contract dispute, today...

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Looks Like Web TV is Going to be as Expensive as Cable

Web-based TV services were supposed to cater to cord cutters and others looking for alternatives to the expensive cable bundle. Now it looks like as if these services are going to be just as...

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Martha Stewart Halloween Fashion Competition To Debut On AOL

Martha Stewart has partnered with AOL to launch an online webisodic reality competition called Shriek or Chic: Martha's Haute Halloween Challenge,. pitting three young designers with the task of...

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Netflix Making Four Movies With Comic Adam Sandler

Netflix, expanding further into exclusive feature films, will produce four movies with comic actor Adam Sandler. Mr. Sandler's Happy Madison Productions will work with Netflix, the world's...

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'Crouching Tiger 2' Deal Reinforces Netflix's Rebel Brand

Netflix doesn't need every single one of its subscribers to have a burning desire to see the sequel to a 14-year-old Asian martial arts movie - nor does it really matter to the company that few...

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Netflix Inks Pact with Belgium's Belgacom to Offer Service on Set-Tops

Netflix has added another European provider to its arsenal, signing a deal with Belgian telecom operator Belgacom to offer the streaming-video package to TV subscribers on their set-top boxes...

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CBS Begins Fall TV Season With a 'Bang'' But Fox Starts Slow

TV's big broadcast networks kicked off their fall season in earnest this week, and while the trend from broadcasters has been to de-emphasize overnight ratings in favor of counting audiences...

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