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    CBS, Dish Seen as Far Apart in Carriage Talks

    As Thanksgiving looms, CBS and Dish are pulling hard on a veritable wishbone – and it’s not clear if either side will win the tug of war. The big TV broadcaster and the satellite distributor are at loggerheads over how much Dish should pay to carry CBS’s highly-rated programs, which include NFL broadcasts, “The Late [...]

  • Fred Armisen Sets Spanish-Language HBO Pilot

    Fred Armisen Sets Spanish-Language HBO Pilot 'Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen'

    Fred Armisen is set to write, executive produce and star in a Spanish-language pilot for HBO, Variety has learned. The half-hour comedy is titled “Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen.” It is described as being set in a dreamy version of present day Mexico City, following a group of friends obsessed with horror films and monster makeup. [...]

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    AT&T-Time Warner Merger: Does the DOJ Have a Case?

    The surprising Department of Justice lawsuit to block AT&T’s merger with Time Warner may end up in an epic courtroom showdown, unlike any recent antitrust challenge in recent memory. The DOJ’s 23-page complaint lays out a case that is notable for its straightforward argument: The bulked-up AT&T-DirecTV-Time Warner would have the leverage and incentive to [...]

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    NBC News, MSNBC Sign Eric Deggans to Contributor Deal

    Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR, has joined NBC News and MSNBC as a contributor. He is expected to discuss issues related to media and television across the news units’ various outlets and will also contribute to a new team devoted to media-industry coverage that the NBCUniversal unit unveiled in September. A formal name for [...]

  • Sky Unveils 50 Originals for 2018,

    Sky Unveils 50 Originals for 2018, Including 'Gangs of London' With HBO

    Sky is attempting to fend off competition from Amazon, Netflix and rival broadcasters with a slate of original offerings that include “Gangs of London” with HBO, one-off dramas about Salvador Dali and David Bowie, and a new unscripted show in which contestants go on a treasure hunt and then hide from people sent to track [...]

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    'Walking Dead' Suffers Another Ratings Drop in Episode 5

    “The Walking Dead” saw another drop off in the Nielsen ratings for this Sunday’s episode. Episode 5 of Season 8 drew a 3.4 rating in adults 18-49 and 7.8 million viewers. That is a drop off approximately 10 percent in both measures from Episode 4.The last time “The Walking Dead” drew a 3.4 rating was [...]

  • Charlie Rose

    PBS Cancels 'Charlie Rose'

    PBS said it would cease to air the long-running and award-winning interview program “Charlie Rose” in the wake of claims of sexual harassment levied at the program’s venerable host. “In light of yesterday’s revelations, PBS has terminated its relationship with Charlie Rose and cancelled distribution of his programs,” the public broadcaster said in a statement. [...]

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