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  1. What if Cable Networks Sold Digital Bundles?

    5:00 am 11/20/2014

    As much as $4 billion will come out of U.S. TV network ad revenue in 2014 and flow into digital, according to estimatesRead more

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  2. Billy Eichner Comedy From Amy Poehler Ordered Straight to Series at Hulu

    10:00 am 11/18/2014

    'Difficult People' co-stars 'Billy on the Street' head writer Julie Klausner and was originally developed at USA NetworkRead more

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  3. Fandor Strikes Deal with Hulu to Stream Criterion Collection Classics (Exclusive)

    3:34 pm 11/11/2014

    Under the new arrangement, Fandor subscribers will be able to view about 30 Criterion movies each monthRead more

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  4. Hulu Adds HuffPost Live Videos

    12:32 pm 11/10/2014

    'HuffPost Live Conversations' are now available on the streaming platformRead more

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  5. Jason Reitman Comedy Lands Straight-to-Series Order at Hulu

    8:00 am 10/30/2014

    'Casual' is a dysfunctional family comedy from Lionsgate TelevisionRead more

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  6. Where to Watch 10 of the Best Family-Friendly Halloween Movies and TV Shows

    1:44 pm 10/26/2014

    If you're looking to spend a quiet evening at home, watch three witches trying to suck the lives out of children — or maybe watch something elseRead more

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  7. Study: Subscription VOD Will Generate $6.8 Billion in Revenue for Hollywood Studios

    8:55 pm 10/23/2014

    CBS, Lionsgate, Time Warner and 21st Century Fox should be the primary beneficiariesRead more

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  8. CBS Launches Digital Subscription Service

    6:00 am 10/16/2014

    The $5.99-a-month service will offer a robust SVOD library plus live local broadcastsRead more

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  9. Paul Allen and Morgan Spurlock's 'We the Economy' Short Films Get Release Date, Free Distribution

    7:42 am 10/14/2014

    James Schamus, Adam McKay, Catherine Hardwicke and Adrian Grenier are just some of the directors behind the shortsRead more

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  10. TV Agents Smackdown: Four Top Sharks on "Destructive" Network Execs, Clients They'd Poach and What a Hit Showrunner Can Earn

    9:00 am 10/9/2014

    In a candid conversation, CAA's Adam Berkowitz, ICM Partners' Ted Chervin, WME's Ari Greenburg and UTA's Matt Rice discuss what they'd change about the development process, why they don't care how many people are watching shows on Netflix or Amazon, and how clients perceive broadcast vs. cable: "You’re not going to make $100 million from a cable show, though you can make $50 million"Read more

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