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The Biology of the Sports Fan - Wall Street Journal

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The Biology of the Sports Fan
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So says recent research investigating fan behavior. Sports studies usually focus on the benefits of playing.

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So...close games are a bad thing, I take it?

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Brian Gillard's curator insight, November 21, 2013 11:41 AM

So...close games are a bad thing I take it?

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VH1 Is Developing A Four-Part Hip-Hop Documentary From The Director Of ‘Cocaine Cowboys’

VH1 Is Developing A Four-Part Hip-Hop Documentary From The Director Of ‘Cocaine Cowboys’ | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
(via Getty Image) Last year, record executive and entrepreneur Steve Stoute released a book titled The Tanning of America: How Hip-Hop Created a Culture That Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy that detailed all the ways hip-hop has permeated...

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Straight to Series: The Networks’ Big-Money Bet to Skip Pilots

Straight to Series: The Networks’ Big-Money Bet to Skip Pilots | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
Netflix has abandoned pilots, and some networks are doing it, too, betting it will make TV better and cheaper.

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Networks are scrambling, eh? It makes more fiscal sense to do it this way though. Give Netflix their props!

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Let's improve Dwyane Wade's new TV show! - SB Nation

Let's improve Dwyane Wade's new TV show! - SB Nation | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
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TV heads and fans know that NBA players haven't had much success in network television comedy -- while the surreal, Charlie Kaufman-helmed 1994 Sam Cassel vehicle "C'mon Ref!
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At least he's not coming out with an album. That's very Athlete Entertainer 1.0. 2.0 now, son! We're doing shows!

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ABFF Webisode Challenge

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ABFF Webisode Challenge (RT @FSCallback: @blackandsexytv is getting closer and closer to winning BEST WEB SERIES in the HBO Sponsored ABFF! Lend a click!

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Great web show on a great web network! I wish it was a full-length on network TV. Watch it!!!

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The Weinstein Company, Seeking Hits, Shifts to TV

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The heavy investment in the production and sale of TV series mirrors changes occurring elsewhere in Hollywood.

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Can a film distributor and marketer develop TV series? As a marketer, I'm rootin' for him!

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The Biology of the Sports Fan - Wall Street Journal

The Biology of the Sports Fan - Wall Street Journal | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
The Biology of the Sports Fan
Wall Street Journal
So says recent research investigating fan behavior. Sports studies usually focus on the benefits of playing.

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Brian Gillard's insight:

So...close games are a bad thing, I take it?

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Brian Gillard's curator insight, November 21, 2013 11:41 AM

So...close games are a bad thing I take it?

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Three Ways Automatic Content Recognition Will Change TV - Forbes

Three Ways Automatic Content Recognition Will Change TV - Forbes | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
Three Ways Automatic Content Recognition Will Change TV Forbes While many in the TV and technology world understand how the future of television is being reshaped by the emergence of social TV, second screen viewing and over-the-top streaming, what...
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Shazam-like software for TVs will be on the rise allowing for some new ways to interact with your fave shows.

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GetGlue Sale: Let the Second-Screen Shakeout Begin

GetGlue Sale: Let the Second-Screen Shakeout Begin | It's Not TV. It's the Business of TV | Scoop.it
In the past few years, dozens of startups have emerged looking to cash in by delivering TV-related content to couch potatoes. But it hasn’t been a path to overwhelming success.

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Hate to say it but I saw this coming. Still difficult for a lot of folks to second-screen and especially do it on an app not names Twitter

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