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Random House gets in show business

Aug 19, 2013
TV food shows are big, and cookbooks by show hosts like Emeril Lagasse do really well. Penguin Random House is trying to reverse that equation.
Posted In: Random House, television, publishing
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Family finance with 'The Simpsons'

Aug 16, 2013
What can one of America's favorite sitcoms teach us about family and money?
Posted In: family finances, television, The Simpsons, comedy
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Xbox gets into show business

Aug 15, 2013
We can now add Microsoft to the list of companies trying to woo users by producing original TV shows.
Posted In: xbox, Microsoft, television, video games
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Watch two shows on the same TV? You can with Samsung's OLED TV

Aug 14, 2013
The electronics giant introduces a new curved screen model that allows viewers to watch two different programs on the same television at once.
Posted In: samsung, television
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[Be]hind [Br]eaking [Ba]d: [Mo]re Than a Sho[W]

Aug 9, 2013
As AMC"s TV show "Breaking Bad" begins its final season this weekend, show producers know the product is about more than what's on your TV screen.
Posted In: AMC, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, television
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Tweets drive TV viewership

Aug 7, 2013
Nielsen says Twitter is inspiring people to tune in and participate.
Posted In: Twitter, television, nielsen
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CBS blackout? 4 tips and tricks to get your fix

Aug 5, 2013
Some savvy Time Warner Cable customers have schemed out ways to watch CBS and Showtime during the cable dispute. What are they?
Posted In: CBS, Time Warner, Good Wife, NFL, television
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Should U.S. GDP count 'The Bachelorette'?

Jul 31, 2013
The government changes the way it calculates the country's economic growth.
Posted In: GDP, Seinfeld, Kardashians, television
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Emmys go digital: Netflix 'House of Cards' nominated

Jul 18, 2013
Emmy nominations are out and some of the biggest nods are going to Netflix.
Posted In: netflix, emmy awards, emmy's, television
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Google TV versus the cable guy

Jul 17, 2013
Tech giants from Intel to Apple and Microsoft and Sony are pursuing a strategy to create an Internet cable service and now there’s news that Google is entering the fray.
Posted In: television, Google, media, Broadcast, cable TV

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