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ESPN is losing subscribers at a steep rate

14 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Just how bad have ESPN’s subscriber losses been? A regulatory filing submitted Wednesday night indicates that Disney’s cable sports network has lost seven million subscribers over the last two years, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The Worldwide Leader, Disney’s most profitable TV venture, now has 92 million subscribers, down from 95 million a year ago […]

Amazon is preemptively taking on Apple TV (AMZN, AAPL)

Amazon is moving Prime Instant Video towards a more cable TV-like service, Bloomberg reports. The company is looking at adding other networks, including TV and movie channels, to its offering, which it will bundle and sell to customers alongside Prime. Show More Summary

Subscribers Deserting Disney TV Networks

“Disney’s cable TV channels in general have been losing subscribers for two years running, presumably as consumers cord-cut or cord-shave, taking much of their viewing online with Hulu, Netflix and others.”

BlackBerry hits back at Blackphone maker’s security jibe

The company building the ­NBN plans to replace the Optus cable network in a move that would cost the project $375m.

Replacing NBN cable to cost $375m

The company building the ­NBN plans to replace the Optus cable network in a move that would cost the project $375m.

NBN Might Have To Replace Optus' Messy, Broken Cable Network

Remember the cool $800 million NBN Co dropped on buying the Optus HFC network? Leaked documents have revealed that the NBN Co is thinking about replacing it entirely. Why? Because it’s such crappy infrastructure. More »      

‘Girl Meets World’ Renewed For Third Season By Disney Channel

Girl Meets World is getting a third go-round. Disney Channel has ordered a third season of the comedy for premiere in spring 2016. Girl Meets World is the No. 1-rated series in total viewers across all kid-targeted cable TV networksShow More Summary

Broadcast Networks Kick Off Thanksgiving Programming With Obama Message: Keep Calm, Carry On

Big 4 broadcast networks joined their cable news brethren in carrying President Obama’s short Thanksgiving-eve statement to a jittery public about traveling, shopping, etc. over the holiday. “As we go into Thanksgiving weekend, whatShow More Summary

Cable Network Ranker: Week of Nov. 16

Fox News finished No. 1 in total day viewers among all ad-supported cable networks.

42 Movies Being Adapted For TV

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

With hundreds of cable channels, a fragmented audience, and competition from cheap reality series, it’s harder and harder to get networks to take a chance on an original idea for a TV series. So what are they doing? TV producers are falling all over each other to adapt ideas from successful movies and rework them into continuing series. Show More Summary

Cable Network Chief Exits Amid Programming Refocus

The top executive of a cable network is out the door as the channel rethinks its programming strategy. The channel is HLN, sister channel of CNN. “Albie Hecht, a longtime Viacom programming executive, arrived at HLN in the fall of.....

Scoreboard: Saturday, Nov. 21

The debut of FNC’s Watters World had the most total viewers among cable news networks at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday night.

Kevin Bacon to Star in 'Tremors' TV Reboot From Jason Blum

A network is not yet attached to the drama from producers Universal Cable Productions. read more

How These Cable Networks Have Been Able to Grow Their Unscripted Audiences

It's tough out of there for TV shows. With so many choices for viewers, increasing competition from digital streamers, not to mention cord cutters, it's never been more challenging for a show to attract, and then keep, an audience. Despite...Show More Summary

Why So Many New Christmas Movies On Cable TV?

Simple. “These holiday movies are proliferating because they’re cheap to produce, generate strong ratings and lots of advertising revenue for the television networks. Hallmark parent Crown Media Holdings credited its holiday programming for helping to spur an 11% increase in advertising revenue last year to $328 million.”

For cable networks, holiday movies are the gift that keeps on giving

Even Ebenezer Scrooge might have been impressed with how TV networks are profiting from holiday movies. Along with early displays of decorations by retailers, the continuous loop of holiday music on radio and the festive color of Starbucks coffee cups, nothing rings in the season quite like the...

Great Job, Internet!: A young Louis CK chats with Paul Provenza in 1991

Long before Comedy Central came into its own as a network with Jon Stewart’s Daily Show, South Park, and The Colbert Report, the fledgling cable network resembled something quite different. From the ashes of Ha! and The Comedy Channel...Show More Summary

The Duggar Family Is Heading Back To TV, Here's How

While 19 Kids and Counting was cancelled by TLC following son Josh Duggar?s molestation scandal (and subsequent Ashley Madison scandal), the Duggar family was a hot property for the cable network. We're not surprised they'll be back on TV. Here's what's happening. Click To Continue Reading

FX Renews 'Fargo' for a Third Installment

Creator Noah Hawley will again tackle the crime anthology, one in a growing number of projects at the cable network. read more

New Rubio Ad: 'What Happened in Paris Could Happen Here'

Marco Rubio’s campaign unveiled their first ad, to run nationally on cable networks starting tomorrow. MARCO RUBIO: This is a civilizational struggle between the values of freedom and liberty, and radical Islamic terror. What happened in Paris could happen here. Show More Summary

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