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TV Power Shifts From Network Biz to Content Ownership

Content is indeed king.

The transformation of the “TV business” into the “content business” has accelerated to a gallop, forcing the industry to face the harsh realities of trying to run a traditional network in an on-demand world. 1,384 more words

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The fortune and misfortune of accidental entanglements....

First, the misfortune: I’ve been involved in three car accidents since December. Yep, three.

After the first one, I kinda sensed the second and third ones were coming, so I held off before getting any repairs done. 511 more words

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to Reprise Their Roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully With Chris Carter's Forthcoming Six-Episode Series of The X-Files | TV Shows

David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson to Reprise Their Roles as FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully With Chris Carter’s Forthcoming Six-Episode Series of The X-Files | TV Shows… 523 more words

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The X-Files Returns

Apparently, it real now. FOX has formally ordered a six episode limited series of The X-Files. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson will be reprising their roles as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. 80 more words

"Sleepy Hollow": Why Shorter Seasons Are Better

I’ve been seeing some worry about Sleepy Hollow, especially since the ratings ticked down to the lowest they’ve ever been.

The fear can be summed up in this tweet by Shadow and Act: 898 more words

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Gary Newman: Network TV Advertising Model Needs to Evolve on Digital Platforms

This column is part of Variety’s Broken Hollywood feature. For more execs and their opinions on the state of Hollywood, click here.

We have an advertising model that is pretty challenged. 386 more words

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Live Action X-Men Series On Fox Is Happening...Probably

TV insider has confirmed that Fox and Marvel are actively developing a new, live-action X-Men TV series. For the astute reader, Fox already has the filming/movie rights to the X-Men universe, but other rights to the X-Men still belong to Marvel, and parent company Disney. 223 more words

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