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    Telemundo’s 'Un Nuevo Dia' Debuts Weekly Mashable Tech Segment

    Mashable is making its TV debut on Telemundo’s “Un Nuevo Dia” morning show, as the NBCUniversal network looks to boost its reach among younger Hispanic viewers. NBUniversal’s Telemundo and Mashable have worked together since 2014, co-producing the “el Pulso” tech-news section of Telemundo’s website. Now Mashable is making the leap to linear TV with a [...]

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    Hulu Japan Gives Online-Offline Release to Russia’s ‘Day After’

    Streaming service, Hulu Japan is to give Russian zombie series “The Day After” coordinated releases online, offline and on free TV. The company acquired rights to all three seasons of the show, produced by Art Pictures, and previously broadcast in Russia from 2013-16 by CTC Media. Hulu Japan, which is owned by Nippon TV, will [...]

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    Booming Asia Video Market to be Key Battle for Global Conglomerates (Study)

    As Disney completes its acquisition of Fox and scales up entertainment and sports offerings in Australia, India, Japan and South East Asia, the Asia Pacific video industry is shaping up as a key battleground for global media firms. The online video sector in Asia has already hit massive scale, with revenues this year of $21 [...]

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    Fake Twitter Campaign Warning of Fake Tweets Created by TV Writer Looking for Work

    The “Don’t Believe Every Tweet” project that launched over the weekend — which looked enough like an official Twitter public-awareness campaign that it fooled some reporters — is actually an elaborate calling card created by an out-of-work TV writer. The campaign, hosted at dontbelieveeverytweet.com, includes links to Twitter’s official website and a fake statement from [...]

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    Sony Music's $750 Million Spotify 'Windfall' Leaves Some Lingering Questions

    Now that checks are on their way to thousands of artists in the Sony Music system, the result of the company’s plan to share the $750 million in profit it collected from the April sale of 50% of its Spotify stock (the company held a 5.7% share when the streaming service went public), some lingering [...]

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    Naughty America Wants to Monetize Deepfake Porn

    When a flood of fake celebrity pornography generated by artificial intelligence (AI) technology surfaced on the internet earlier this year, most tech platforms were quick to ban these so-called deepfake clips. Folks at the adult entertainment company Naughty America, on the other hand, began looking into ways to make money with deepfakes. This week, the [...]

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    Amazon Prime's 20% Game Discount Coming to an End

    Amazon’s 20% discount for video game pre-orders is going away on Aug. 28, according to the company. The online retailer will offer Prime members a $10 credit on select titles instead, as first reported by Polygon. The offer only applies to games sold and shipped by Amazon or Amazon Digital Services. Ones sold by third-party [...]

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