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Zeroing in on demo

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Network execs have lately been quick to chide Nielsen as an old dog that can't seem to learn new, more digitally savvy tricks, citing a ratings system that does not account for online numbers that…

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Vidgame biz touts PSAs

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Nearly three months after the Newtown, Conn., school shootings, the vidgame business is launching a public service campaign to tout its existing ratings system and to encourage parental controls.

B’way ‘Guy’ faces dolls

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"Lucky Guy," the Tom Hanks starrer that recently began perfs on Broadway, pulled in more than $1 million from just seven perfs last week -- but if you're looking for a title bout in the Rialto B.O…

TV Acad broadens Web profile

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Looking to expand its presence in alternative platforms, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has created a position for a vice president of digital and named Maury McIntyre to the post.

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Redos go interactive

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NBC is teaming with Nate Berkus for primetime series "Renovation Nation," a home makeover competition show from Universal TV.

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Tribeca short story

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A short from Shawn Christensen, helmer of Oscar-winning short "Curfew," and perfs from thesps including Elle Fanning, Dominic West, Elijah Wood and Lauren Ambrose are in the mix for the 60-title…

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Sundance does London jig

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LONDON -- A program of 21 features including a U.K. spotlight will run alongside live events, discussions and shorts at the second Sundance London film and music festival, which runs April 25-28 at…

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Rookies look for Emmy headstart

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If it seems too early to begin looking ahead to September's Primetime Emmys, few people behind the scenes agree. The pitches for Emmy consideration began even before Oscar season ended and have…

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