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Two Channels Known for Mostly Non-Fiction Programming Plan More Scripted Programming for Next Season

Both The Discovery Channel and the History Channel are...   (TVWeek)

Showtime Renews Series

With three Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe win...   (TVWeek)

ABC’s ‘General Hospital’ Leads Daytime Emmy Nominations With 28 Nods; CBS Leads All Networks

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has...   (TVWeek)

Critically Acclaimed Cable Drama Gets Renewal

A drama that more than one TV critic has...   (TVWeek)

Fox Renews Series

Fox has renewed a show that has become one...   (TVWeek, Variety)

$10.4 Billion Cable Consolidation Deal Announced by Charter

In a deal that has been in the works...   (NY Times)

How Long Do Viewers Stick With Over-the-Top Video? The Answer Will Surprise You

A new survey of over-the-top video watching came up...   (MediaDailyNews)

‘The Tides They Are A-Changing’: High-Powered Kickoff for New Streaming Service

A new streaming service received an A-list launch, with...   (LA Times)

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