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  • HBO’s “The Newsroom” Season 2 preview

     
    Creator Aaron Sorkin’s fast-paced drama The Newsroom returns for Season 2, where the office faces a wrongful termination lawsuit, and tackles real-world subjects like the Occupy Wall Street movement and the 2012 presidential election. Jeff Daniels,...
  • Netflix Doesn't Curb TiVo Fans' Appetite for TV, But Likely Does for Everyone Else

    Among TiVo-loving TV superfans, Netflix is another steaming bowl of digital video goodness that does not leave them less hungry for traditional television, according to the DVR company. However, other studies have shown that across the general TV-viewing...
  • DGA Awards Adds Categories, Welcomes Digital

    The Directors Guild Awards has added two new honors for 2014, while also clarifying that digitally distributed series are eligible for major existing honors. Newly included in the DGAs will be a program award for variety, talk, news or sports...
  • HBO Go Is Coming to Google Chromecast

    HBO -- looking to keep pace with online rival Netflix -- is planning to bring its Internet-video service to Google's cheap Chromecast device for TVs. "We are actively exploring supporting Chromecast as another way for our subscribers to enjoy HBO Go, but...
  • Comcast to Offer Netflix on Set-Tops? Three Reasons It Makes Sense

    Netflix has been a quasi-competitor to Comcast, whose cable bundle looks pretty steep compared with Netflix's low $7.99 monthly price for a wealth of on-demand entertainment options. Now Netflix is in early-stage talks with Comcast and other cable...
  • New TV terminology for the big-screeners and the stealth-bombers out there

    New TV terminology for the big-screeners and the stealth-bombers out there
    Much of the talk in TV viewing lately has been about binge viewing, the consumption of 13- or 20-episode series in a single — or, at most, a few — sittings. "Binge viewing" is now a buzz phrase, a programming strategy, and, I suppose, a...
  • Netflix to Stream 'Breaking Bad' Season 5 Episodes in U.S. Starting Aug. 2

    Netflix will feed the need for "Breaking Bad" addicts itching to catch up on the skein, with the Internet video provider set to stream the first eight episodes of season 5 to U.S. users beginning Friday, Aug. 2. Cabler AMC will air final eight episodes...
  • In 'Parallelogram,' a performance to give one pause ... and rewind

    In the age of TiVo, rewind can be a viewer's favorite button. Sadly, we can't record and play back those moments in life that we want to do over. This isn't true for the play "A Parallelogram," written by Bruce Norris and playing at the Mark Taper...
  • Amazon Studios Greenlights 5 More Kids' Show Pilots

    Amazon Studios is delving into more kid stuff following its pilot-bakeoff this spring, announcing it will produce five more original pilots for kids including the first ones for children aged 6 to 11. The pilots -- a mix of live-action and animated shows...
  • Roku, Lacking YouTube Channel, Targets Google Site's Content Partners

    Roku still doesn't have a deal to offer YouTube content directly -- and now the Internet set-top maker is stepping up efforts to ink distribution pacts with the site's multichannel networks, promising them a more favorable ad-revenue split. Execs from...
  • Netflix stock hits all-time high on forecast of strong global growth

    Netflix stock hits all-time high on forecast of strong global growth
    Netflix Inc. stock soared to record levels Tuesday, apparently propelled by a new analyst report predicting surprising growth in the streaming video service's international subscribers. The stock stock rose to a high of $321.61 in early trading, after...