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  • PBS Binge-Watching Experiment Boosts Ken Burns' 'Roosevelts'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Binge-watching is a relatively new TV-viewing behavior that has the viewer making an active choice to watch a series hour after hour after hour. Now PBS appears to have cracked the nut on getting people to do it with a TV...
  • Nik Vucevic on his contract extension: 'I'm very happy. I can't really put it into words'

    Nik Vucevic on his contract extension: 'I'm very happy. I can't really put it into words'
    Nik Vucevic chose his words carefully this morning, but he couldn't hide how happy he is that the Orlando Magic and his representation have agreed on the broad parameters of a four-year, $53 million contract extension that will run through the 2018-19...
  • With HBO and CBS Cutting the Cord, What Networks Will Follow Suit?

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - With two swift strokes, HBO and CBS have opened new doors to a future where you won't have to pay for a huge bundle of channels to get their TV shows. Now the questions are which networks will follow suit -- and how...
  • With HBO and CBS Cutting the Cord, Which Networks Will Follow Suit?

    With two swift strokes, HBO and CBS have opened new doors to a future where you won't have to pay for a huge bundle of channels to get their TV shows. Now the questions are which networks will follow suit -- and how seriously the movement will threaten...
  • Camera rolling for Wallenda high-wire walk

    Camera rolling for Wallenda high-wire walk
    One of the cameras that will capture Nik Wallenda's high-wire walk across the Chicago River has gone live, allowing viewers to log on to skyscraperlive.com and watch a 24/7 feed that shows the pulsing traffic along W. Upper Wacker Drive and puffy clouds...
  • BP offers a lesson in how to sugarcoat an environmental disaster

    The giant oil company BP doesn't do small-scale. Not only is it responsible for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill -- "unprecedented" in its "volume, depth, and spatial scale," in the words of the National Research Council -- but the firm has...
  • US-INDUSTRY Summary

    FCC pauses clock on AT&T-DirecTV, Comcast-TWC merger reviews WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday paused its informal "shot clock" deadline on the reviews of the proposed mergers of AT&T Inc and DirecTV and of...
  • Sun-Times suburban strategy may leave no prints

    Sun-Times suburban strategy may leave no prints
    Given that he has talked about hastening newspapers' transition from print to digital practically from the moment he got the keys to the Chicago Sun-Times and its sister publications almost three years ago, no one should be surprised Wrapports Chairman...
  • Young tech elite dip their toes in art collecting

    When San Jose, Calif., product manager David Bao first stepped into White Walls gallery, a sort of cultural cavern for contemporary urban art in the heart of San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood, it was as if he'd entered a wonderland. "It was like...
  • Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer parries activist investor attacks

    Yahoo Inc's CEO is trying to steer investor focus away from the tech company's stagnant revenue and toward achievements and growth prospects that have been flying below the radar. Chief Executive Marissa Mayer spent much of Tuesday's earnings call...
  • Celebrities supporting Hong Kong protests face blowback

    Celebrities supporting Hong Kong protests face blowback
    Will actors Chow Yun-fat, Tony Leung and dozens of other celebrities who have spoken out in support of Hong Kong’s democracy protests face career blowback in mainland China for voicing their views? Apple Daily and other Hong Kong-based...