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The map which shows batteries are a waste of time in NSW and QLD

A map developed by UTS illustrates that the greatest value of batteries - to avoid network costs - isn't much good in NSW & QLD, but it's a different story in Victoria.

Have the Adventure Time of Your Life in These Costumes

Cartoon Network has us addicted to Adventure Time's ridiculous antics and adorable animations. We're thinking that this show is the perfect starting point for a winning Halloween group costume, because there's sure to be a characterShow More Summary

How To Steal The Show Every Time

How To Steal The Show Every Time written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Michael Port Life is pretty much a performance. You perform when you meet someone. You perform when you network. You perform when you interview for a job. You perform when you pitch a deal. And you certainly…

House shows are wrestling at its best

This past Saturday, for the first time ever, WWE aired one of their house shows live on the WWE Network. Live from MSG managed to put what wrestling does best front and center, while […]

John Smoltz dresses up like a hockey goalie, faceplants

John Smoltz rolled into Tuesday morning’s episode of MLB Central dressed up like an NHL goalie. It didn’t end well for him. I don’t think you’re going to see him show up on NHL Network any time soon. The post John Smoltz dresses up like a hockey goalie, faceplants appeared first on Awful Announcing.

NBC Wins Monday Night Among Big 4 in All Key Measures; One Broadcast Drama Series Appears to Be in Trouble

NBC’s Monday night lineup continues to show strength, with the network winning prime time last night in all key measures among the big 4 broadcast networks, based on Nielsen overnights. reports that NBC’s two-hour “The Voice” delivered a 3.2...

MSNBC’s Alex Wagner Will Take Over Steve Kornacki’s Weekend Time Slot

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

A little more than two months after MSNBC announced it was canceling Alex Wagner's afternoon show to make way for Brian Williams' breaking news coverage, it has confirmed what her new role on the network will be. Starting soon, Wagner...Show More Summary

Here's how all the big new network TV shows are doing in the ratings

NBC drama "Blindspot" is currently the top new network series of the season. Meanwhile, Fox's "Minority Report" is at the bottom. For some shows, it has been almost three weeks into their seasons. That's means it's time to check in with how the shows are doing. Show More Summary

Networks Air Planned Parenthood Hearing More Than Actual Videos

Talk about priorities. The broadcast networks have spent more time combined showcasing Cecile Richards’ defense of Planned Parenthood than showing the actual videos themselves. During their news shows, ABC, NBC and CBS aired 3 minutes...Show More Summary

NBC, YouTube Reach Agreement To Monetize Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Channel

In March 2015, video analytics firm OpenSlate determined NBC was losing up to $10 or $12 million per year on advertising on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon YouTube channel. At the time, the Peacock network hadn’t opted to monetize the channel to avoid losing 45% of the ad revenue to YouTube. Now, all that’s changing. Show More Summary

Limbaugh: NASA Scientist's Claim That Climate Change "Destroyed An Ocean" On Mars Is "Bogus," "Wild Guess"

From the September 30 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: NASA announces, coincidentally timing perfect for a new movie called The Martian -- NASA which wants money to go to Mars, announces that they discovered flowing water. Show More Summary

Ratings: QUANTICO Has Solid Opening, But Other Shows on the Decline

QUANTICO enjoyed a solid series premiere on ABC, but the network’s other returning shows suffered a drop. In fact, ONCE UPON A TIME’s 1.8 rating among the key demo was a sharp drop from the 3.5 rating it got in last year’s season premiere. Meanwhile, NBC aired football and scored some big ratings, but CBS […]

The 2015 Emmys Reminded Us That the Emmys Can Be Good TV

Once upon a time, so they say, America used to watch television more or less together. With a handful of networks showing a handful of shows to huge audiences there was a real TV monoculture, characterized by series that almost everyone had seen at least once or twice. Show More Summary

Which Shows Will Be on Nickelodeon’s 90s Programming Block The Splat?

Over a week ago, we learned that Nickelodeon was planning on bringing a 90s programming block called The Splat to the kids network, bringing back some of their most iconic shows from 15-25 years ago. Details were scarce at the time,Show More Summary

Critic's Notebook: ‘Empire’ and ‘black-ish’ Show Why Diversity Needs to Be Deep, Not Just Broad

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

Several of last season’s best new network shows featured minority lead characters. The change was long overdue, and just in time.

9 Brilliant Pieces of Networking Advice for Introverts

Co-authored by Bridget Huber, staff writer at Avelist For a long time the word "networking" scared me. I thought it meant showing up to conferences and shaking hands with strangers. Here's what I did to get past the scary word and out in the world making new connections. 1. Show More Summary

Viacom Will Try Running Fewer Ads During Prime Time TV

Advertisers pay a lot to air commercials, and the price they pay is based on the projected popularity of the show being interrupted. When a TV network’s ratings are great, it might try to cash in by airing as many top-dollar ads as its viewers can take. But when ratings sag, that network has to contend with both annoyed viewers …

One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes: The Jim Henson Hour marked the first time that chaos defeated the frog

Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary

The 2015 Emmys Put on a Genuinely Good Show

Once upon a time, so they say, America used to watch television more or less together. With a handful of networks showing a handful of shows to huge audiences there was a real TV monoculture, characterized by series that almost everyone had seen at least once or twice. Show More Summary

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