Eric Buchman: "Are we really experiencing a so-called ‘TV bubble?’ Is it possible there’s an unsustainable amount of really great TV? This week we examine the issue, or perhaps more accurately, the lack thereof."
Emmett Furey: 'Something important happened on Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” this year, and if you blinked, you may have missed it. The very first job title that pops up after the “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” end credits begin to roll is “Transmedia Producer.”'
Katharine Trendacosta: "Whatever question you had after seeing the original movie? The shows answered them. Who built the Stargates? Why are there so many symbols on them? The evil alien pretending to be Ra, where did he come from? Are there other planets out there?"
Christine Weitbrecht: "Game of Thrones is unlike many others series in that it is on-air only for a few weeks each year, meaning that the show’s producers face a very particular dilemma: Keep fan passion and interest going for the rest of the year when other shows and content are competing for the fans’ attention."
Simon Staffans: "This is the first article in an in-depth series focusing on the Nordics. We’ll take you behind the scenes and talk to the people who know what’s up, where the Nordics are heading and why you need to keep tabs on what’s happening in the lands of the North."
Lindsay Rothfeld: "In 2014, several big trends solidified themselves as potential game-changers for the entertainment and television industry: Among them participatory television, enhanced analytics, mobile engagement, new options for advertisers and increased digital streaming."
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