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Television Industry

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  • Pamela Yip: Medicare open enrollment is upon us

    If you're on Medicare and are thinking about making changes to your health plan, the clock is ticking. Open enrollment for Medicare runs until Dec. 7. Any changes will take effect in January. "Open enrollment is the best time to make sure your health...
  • Halloween on TV

    The kids don't have to go trick or treating to summon a fun-filled Halloween. Television has conjured up their spookiest adventures to usher in that creepiest time of the year. Parents can suffer their own chills and far fewer calories in front of the...
  • Netflix Pacts for Original Canadian Thriller Series 'Between'

    Netflix has cut a three-way deal for original survivalist thriller series "Between," under which the streaming service will premiere it alongside its debut on Canadian TV and subscription VOD. The first season of "Between," with six hour-long episodes,...
  • 'Undercover Boss' Celebrates its 5th Anniversary on CBS

    During the Mipcom TV market, All3Media Intl. and Variety feted the success of reality show "Undercover Boss" at a party on the Najade, a boat in Cannes harbor. The show, which is produced by Studio Lambert, is celebrating its fifth anniversary on CBS....
  • Netflix Pacts for Original Canadian Thriller Series 'Between' Starring Jennette McCurdy

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Netflix has cut a three-way deal for original survivalist thriller series "Between," under which the streaming service will premiere it alongside its debut on Canadian TV and subscription VOD. The first season of "Between,"...
  • Why Technology Is the Friend, Not the Enemy, of Hollywood (Guest Column)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Like many Hollywood stories, mine started with Harvey Weinstein. Well, sort of. In 2004, during my freshman year of college, I was lucky enough to land a summer internship at Miramax in New York. As a film school reject,...
  • Early scares in 'Constantine,' DVDs and Blu-rays of interest

    Halloween is a lively occasion for television programmers, whether it's through themed episodes of ongoing series or in movie packages like AMC's annual Fear Fest. Of course, as has happened with just about every annual celebration, merchants mark them...
  • Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind

    Smoother O'Hare landings face technical headwind
    Landings on the most heavily used arrival runway at O'Hare International Airport will soon be safer and more accurate while also saving fuel and perhaps reducing jet noise over Chicago neighborhoods. But implementing the technology to make it happen is a...
  • Video on demand is ramping up marketing

    Video on demand, once the poor stepchild of film distribution, is beginning to gain respect. Besides giving smaller budget movies the chance to reach a wider audience, VOD is surfing atop the wave of younger viewers who prefer to watch on a smaller...
  • 'My Little Pony' Movie in the Works at Hasbro Studios (EXCLUSIVE)

    Hasbro Studios has given the greenlight to a "My Little Pony" movie, with plans to release the animated film in 2017. The film will join "Jem and the Holograms" as the first to be produced through Allspark Pictures, a new label through which the...
  • CBS News' Scott Pelley: Affable but hard-nosed when it counts

    WASHINGTON The fall TV season has just kicked off, and in the broadcast news divisions of the three networks there is a lot of drama. ABC's "World News Tonight," with brand new anchor David Muir, is beating out longtime No. 1 ratings king "NBC Nightly...