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Dating Naked

Jappy Long Island Chick Jessie Nizewitz, 28, is suing Viacom, claiming that she was repeatedly promised by the producers that her “private parts” would be… 726 more words

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Can Sony Replace Your Cable With A PlayStation?

If there’s been any place that Sony has been an odd success, it’s been with streaming video. The PS3 became the most commonly used streaming platform for Netflix, and it appears the PS4 is selling to people who don’t bother with video games. 276 more words

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Enjoy Paying A Sports Surcharge If You Subscribe To Cable One

Are you glad to watch the SEC Network?  If you live here in Anniston/Oxford, and have Cable One, be glad you can see Alabama and Auburn play each weekend, because you are going to pay more for watching them.   612 more words

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Viacom is Making Moves

The Viacom media organization has maintained its success throughout recent years. The most notable networks under its wing are Nickelodeon, MTV, and Comedy Central. And, on September 3rd, they announced their new plan to expand their service – by making a deal with Sony that would allow 22 Viacom networks to be played on Internet-enabled Sony devices. 493 more words

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Ziggeo, Delightfulness and October Vitality!

Please submit your nominations for 2014’s great product management candidates @ http://TheBestProductPerson.com ! (prizes and recognition for both winner and nominator)

Thank you to everyone who made it to our… 232 more words

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Millennials are forcing change on the TV industry—and making it better

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Will September, 2014 go down as the month Hollywood finally figured out millennials?

Here has what has happened in the past few days: 428 more words

Sony's Online Pay-TV Service To Launch With Channels You Might Actually Want To Watch

After what seemed like an eternity of news leaks, rumors, and promises of an online-only pay-TV service from Sony, the company has finally announced that it will indeed be launching that cloud-based service, and that it will start with a slate of channels including some that humans actually watch. 262 more words