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“American Crime”: Oscar winner John Ridley’s new prestige drama clinches ABC’s spot as America’s best network

The arty crime drama with Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton stands up to the best of cable TV's Golden Age shows

Pop Picks Up Rainn Wilson-Produced Online Series ‘Impress Me’

Pop is beefing up its original scripted offerings with a second acquisition. The cable network Impress Mehas picked up 13 episodes of comedy, from Rainn Wilson's production company, SoulPancake. It which will premiere March 18, paired...Show More Summary

Felicity Huffman on American Crime and Playing an Unlikable Character

In the current TV landscape, antiheroes are still at the center of many dramas, cable and network alike. This week, ABC rolls out the racially driven American Crime, and show creator/writer/director John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) immediately makes clear there are no heroes here. We caught up with one... More »

Katherine Nelson Named SVP Communications For Syfy & Chiller

Katherine Nelson moves to Syfy and Chiller from NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment sister Esquire Network, where she had served as SVP Communications since January 2013. In her new role, Nelson is responsible for overall communications strategy for Syfy and Chiller, including corporate communications, program publicity and talent relations. Show More Summary

Can You Tell If Your Favorite TV Show Is Secretly Sped Up? Take Our Quiz.

With viewers flocking to streaming services, TV executives have racked their brains to figure out how to make up for lost revenues by jamming in even more commercials. Their solution? Speed up the programming. Cable networks like TBS and TNT have used video compression technology to speed up shows to a barely perceptible degree. Show More Summary

Guy-Centric Spike Network Hopes Scripted Shows Like Tut Will Entice Female Viewers

Viacom's bro-centric Spike network hasn't been in the upper echelons of cable TV in the recent past, but the company plans to change all that. Today at Manhattan's Cipriani 42nd Street, a cavernous restaurant housed in what used to be...Show More Summary

ABC Family Ranks Among the Month’s Leading Social TV Networks on Twitter, Powered by Top 10 Cable TV Dramas 'Pretty Little Liars' & 'The Fosters'

During February 2015, driven by “Pretty Little Liars” and “The Fosters,” which both ranked among the month’s Top 10 most-social cable TV dramas, ABC Family was the #4 most-social entertainment cable network in Prim

Weekly Ratings Notes for Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, TBS, TNT & NBA TV: 'Cougar Town', 'King of the Nerds', 'Hack My Life' & More

Propelled by its coverage of NBA All-Star Weekend, TNT ranked as basic cable's #1 network in primetime Live + 7 delivery of total viewers, adults 18-34 and adults 18-49 for the week of Feb. 9

Chris Matthews Freaks Out: Netanyahu Attempted a Coup in Congress

MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews escalated his rage over Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress, Tuesday, hinting that the Israeli prime minister delivered what amounts to a coup. Appearing on his cable network for analysis, Matthews darkly warned, "This man from a foreign government walked into the United States legislative chamber and tried to take over U.S. foreign policy."

TruTV Joins Scripted Ranks With 'Those Who Can't' Comedy Series

It's the Turner-owned cable network's first full-length scripted comedy series. read more

Oprah is shutting down the studio where she filmed her show for more than 2 decades

CHICAGO (AP) — Oprah Winfrey will close Harpo Studios in Chicago, where she filmed "The Oprah Winfrey Show" for more than 20 years, this December, and will transition production for her cable network to a studio in California. Harpo Studios and the Oprah Winfrey Network made the announcement Tuesday. Show More Summary

Al Jazeera journalist fined for flying drones over Paris

A journalist for Mideast cable network Al Jazeera has been fined for flying a drone over the center of Paris. The journalist was one of three people arrested last week for illegally operating aerial vehicles near various landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower. Show More Summary

TV Ad Outlook Unclear, Discovery Channel Ratings Rising, Says David Zaslav

"Last year was a tough year" for the cable networks business, the Discovery Communications CEO tells an investor conference and discusses early 2015 ad trends. read more

Broadcast Networks Skip Netanyahu Speech to Congress

While cable news covered the speech Tuesday morning by Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a joint session of Congress, the broadcast networks stuck with their regular daytime programming, and shifted news coverage to websites...Show More Summary

Netgear ProSAFE Click Switch: Australian Review

Anyone that has set up a home or business network knows how annoying it can be to have your network cables untidy and cluttered because your network switch is being pushed around by tangled cables. The Netgear ProSAFE Click includesShow More Summary

PILOT SEASON 2015: The Overachievers

With cable networks and digital platforms stepping up original production, broadcast networks are no longer the only game in town. Broadcast has lost a lot of its clout but by sheer volume — hundreds of pitches bought and 80+ pilotsShow More Summary

The silliest carriage disputes in sports

Carriage disputes between cable providers and sports networks are never fun to cover. They leave viewers in the lurch and without programming for what could be long periods of time. For the most part, these disputes can be avoided, but...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Sling TV's Roger Lynch on the Future of Cable

Dish Network's newest service offers cord-cutters a small bundle of channels.

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