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Comcast and Netflix Reach Deal on Service

Comcast and Netflix Reach Deal on Service | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Comcast and Netflix announced an agreement Sunday in which Netflix will pay Comcast for faster and more reliable access to Comcast’s subscribers.
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Has the Chinese Animation Industry Finally Turned the Corner?

Has the Chinese Animation Industry Finally Turned the Corner? | TV Trends | Scoop.it
This year at Annecy’s MIFA animation marketplace, the conversation about Chinese animation was anything but the same old story.
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Wall Street Trauma to Persist for Media Stocks Amid Perfect Storm of Problems

Wall Street Trauma to Persist for Media Stocks Amid Perfect Storm of Problems | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Wall Street's meltdown isn't over yet. On the heels of Monday's wild market swings, stock watchers are predicting the investor enthusiasm that powered the equities surge in recent years is headed f...
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Netflix to Add Films and TV Series for Teenagers

Netflix to Add Films and TV Series for Teenagers | TV Trends | Scoop.it
The streaming service will introduce exclusive films and television series as part of a strategy to position itself as a digital entertainment hub for the postmillennial generation.
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Apple TV drops to fourth place behind Amazon's Fire TV - CNET

Apple TV drops to fourth place behind Amazon's Fire TV - CNET | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Sales of the Apple TV, which hasn't had a significant update in three years, drop behind streaming-TV box players Roku, Google and -- for the first time -- Amazon.
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Why Netflix Should Be Afraid Of Its New Competitor, Which You've Probably Never Heard Of

Why Netflix Should Be Afraid Of Its New Competitor, Which You've Probably Never Heard Of | TV Trends | Scoop.it
A newly-launched South African video-streaming service has the whole country abuzz as locals wait for Netflix to arrive. Called ShowMax, it could derail Netflix’s plans not only in South Africa, but across the African continent. ShowMax is a new division of South African media giant Naspers, whose DStv satellite service is [...]
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Streaming service wars: the battle for original programming, charted

Streaming service wars: the battle for original programming, charted | TV Trends | Scoop.it
2015 will be remembered as the year streaming services' original content reached levels of quantity and quality you'd expect from a network or premium cable service.
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NBC Launches Amazon-Style Pilot Season To Find First Digital Series

NBC Launches Amazon-Style Pilot Season To Find First Digital Series | TV Trends | Scoop.it
NBC has released five digital pilots on YouTube as part of its NBC Playground program. Based on viewer votes, one will ultimately become a full web series.
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Netflix vs. The World: Foreign Streamers Prepare for War - Hollywood Reporter

Netflix vs. The World: Foreign Streamers Prepare for War - Hollywood Reporter | TV Trends | Scoop.it
As Netflix expands to 200 countries by the end of 2016, established players in foreign markets have begun to beef up offerings ahead of the new competition. Netflix ended June with 42.3 million U.S. and 23.3 million international subscribers, and Nomura analyst Anthony DiClemente predicts by 2020 it will reach a whopping 94 million global subs. Here's a look at...
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How Netflix’s Original Programming Is Poised to Outpace the Top Cable Networks, in One Chart

How Netflix’s Original Programming Is Poised to Outpace the Top Cable Networks, in One Chart | TV Trends | Scoop.it
The HBO vs. Netflix battle heats up.
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China’s Love Affair With Irresistible Korean TV

China’s Love Affair With Irresistible Korean TV | TV Trends | Scoop.it
An interplanetary romance is fodder for the South Korean television drama “My Love From Another Star,” which is a hit in China, the world’s largest streaming market.
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The French revolution - TBI Vision

The French revolution - TBI Vision | TV Trends | Scoop.it
French drama series are attracting the type of attention that made Israel and Scandinavia so hot, largely thanks to Canal+’s originals. But has local fare really changed, asks Pascale Paoli-Lebailly “We still are at the beginning of the French wave of drama series and primetime drama,” says Pascal Breton, founder…
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“French drama draws its strength from realism and very good pitches; it now has its own voice, like Scandinavian drama,” says one veteran French producer. 

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Facebook’s New Video Ads Are a Twist on TV’s Commercial Break

Facebook’s New Video Ads Are a Twist on TV’s Commercial Break | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Facebook has seen video consumption across its service explode in recent years, leaving many to question how it plans to extract revenue from all that user attention. TV-like commercial breaks could be the answer.
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Nielsen's latest survey tries to soothe the fears of the TV industry

Nielsen's latest survey tries to soothe the fears of the TV industry | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Nielsen's latest audience report says traditional TV still beats mobile video by a landslide, but the numbers are a little fishy
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Eduardo Acquarone's curator insight, August 4, 10:29 AM

Dificuldade em comparar coisas diferentes, em plataformas diferentes, e com usos diferentes...

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Armando Iannucci: Britain needs strong TV industry - BBC News

Armando Iannucci: Britain needs strong TV industry - BBC News | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Comedy writer Armando Iannucci uses the Edinburgh TV Festival's annual MacTaggart Lecture to call for a stout defence of the BBC and British TV.
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WE tv President: Television's New Golden Age Shouldn't Leave Out Reality TV (Guest Column)

WE tv President: Television's New Golden Age Shouldn't Leave Out Reality TV (Guest Column) | TV Trends | Scoop.it
There has been so much written about the notion that we’re in a "new golden age" of television, and without much elaboration you know the shows they’re talking about – scripted dramas, TV’s version of the films that defined the 1970s, with distinctive characters and bold, compelling, serialized storytelling.
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You can’t make “Game of Thrones” on a YouTube budget: Why “it’s the best of times and the worst of times” for prestige TV

You can’t make “Game of Thrones” on a YouTube budget: Why “it’s the best of times and the worst of times” for prestige TV | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Sure, right now we're spoiled for high-quality shows — but an expert predicts why it might not last
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23 TV Network Execs Sound Off on Dangerous Trends, Dream Shows and the Reign of Donald Trump

23 TV Network Execs Sound Off on Dangerous Trends, Dream Shows and the Reign of Donald Trump | TV Trends | Scoop.it
With more than 400 original series being made this year, it's no surprise the TV industry's top executives long for a simpler era. "There's so much television [now] that you can't guide an audience that would love a show because all of the good gets in the way of the great," FX Networks CEO John Landgraf said when he sat down...
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French say 'non' to Netflix, reveals entertainment report

French say 'non' to Netflix, reveals entertainment report | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Massive Gallic digital shrug, while Brits go OTT
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'Peak TV in America': Is there really too much good scripted television?

'Peak TV in America': Is there really too much good scripted television? | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Is it a good or bad thing that we'll have over 400 original shows this year?
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Netflix Sets Japan Launch Date

Netflix Sets Japan Launch Date | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Netflix is set to debut in Japan on Sept. 2, marking the No. 1 streaming service's first foray into Asia as it continues its strategy of reaching virtually every country in the world. The Netflix J...
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Jim Henson Creatures To Meet YouTube Stars In PJ Liguori’s ‘Oscar’s Hotel’

Jim Henson Creatures To Meet YouTube Stars In PJ Liguori’s ‘Oscar’s Hotel’ | TV Trends | Scoop.it
The cast of PJ Liguori's 'Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures' will include YouTube stars, Hollywood actors, and Jim Henson Company creations.
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Verizon Signs Up VICE To Deliver Original Content For Its Upcoming Mobile Video Service

Verizon Signs Up VICE To Deliver Original Content For Its Upcoming Mobile Video Service | TV Trends | Scoop.it
Verizon* announced this morning that it will be adding Vice Media to the list of partners that provide content for the telco's forthcoming over-the-top video..
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Europe
Makes Pay TV Grow

Europe<br/>Makes Pay TV Grow | TV Trends | Scoop.it
According to a study by SNL Kagan, the revenue of Pay TV business continues to grow in key markets along Europe making them more and more attractive for US programmers facing increasing costs in home markets. 
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