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UPDATE 2-Sinclair to buy Allbritton TV stations for almost $1 bl










PHOTOS: From 'Arrested Development' to 'House of Cards,' Exclusive Portraits of Netflix's Stars This data is based on a survey of TiVo subscribers who opted to have their set-top-box viewing information collected. TRA observed TV kim kardashian with no makeup viewing data from those households from November 2012 through April 2013 across 28 of the most watched TV networks. Of the survey respondents, 57 percent said they subscribe to Netflix. Half of survey respondents also said they subscribe to Amazon Prime while 18 percent said they subscribe to Hulu Plus and 8 percent said they subscribe to all three services. Among the 18 percent of survey respondents who had watched House of Cards, they watched 85 percent more HBO and 125 percent more of Showtime's Homeland than households without Netflix subscriptions. STORY: Netflix's Ted Sarandos Cheers 'Creative Campaign' Behind Its 14 Emmy Nominations In general, Netflix households watched Homeland 26 percent more than non-Netflix subscribers. <br>Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/netflix-not-cannibalizing-traditional-tv-594899







"To buy a full-blown news operation in our nation's capital and an infrastructure that allows us to be connected to our branches of government and be at the pulse of national issues is a once-in-a lifetime event," Sinclair President David Smith said in a statement. Sinclair's stock was up 1.5 percent at $30.27 in midday trading. The transaction, announced on Monday, follows Tribune Co's acquisition of Local TV and Gannett Co Inc's purchase of Belo Corp. One of the reasons for the renewed interest go!! in TV stations is because of multi-revenue streams from advertising and from cable operators, who pay the stations to carry the channel, known as retransmission fees. "There is a continuing shift of ad spending from print newspapers into local TV and retransmission fees," said Ed Atorino an analyst with Benchmark Co about the buying spree involving local TV stations. "I think Allbritton was one of the last meaningfully sized groups around and David Smith grabbed it." Baltimore-based Sinclair is the largest U.S. TV broadcasting group, with stations in Minneapolis, Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas, according to the company. <br>Source: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/07/29/sinclair-allbritton-idUSL1N0FZ0LP20130729







A link has been sent to your friend's email address. 2 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs This story is part of the series CriticsCorner Sunday TV: 'Firefly,' 'Unforgettable' TV tonight: 'Lonesome Dove,' 'New Girl' USA TODAY's Robert Bianco previews July 29th's TV lineup from the Critic's Corner, with a focus on Emmy nominations including 'New Girl' that was left out, much like 'Lonesome Dove' was years ago. Robert Bianco, USA TODAY 6:53 p.m. EDT July 28, 2013 What's worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time on Monday. Sundance Channel's new 'Writers' Room' kicks off Monday with a visit to the 'Breaking Bad' scribes. (From left: Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, and Moira Walley Beckett.) (Photo: Mark Peterson, Sundance Channel) SHARE 7 CONNECT 7 TWEET 2 COMMENTEMAILMORE Lonesome Dove | AMC, 7 ET/PT AMC offers a summer treat tonight: a repeat run of one of TV's best miniseries, and surely its best Western, Lonesome Dove. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones are the ideal leads for this ideal adaptation of Larry McMurtry's classic novel, which also stars Diane Lane, Robert Urich, Danny Glover, Anjelica Huston and Chris Cooper. <br>Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/tv/2013/07/28/bianco-critics-corner-july-29/2574555/







Now that we have Chromecast, is it time for 'Xbox TV?'



It chilled his blood when a Bosnian guerrilla held a gun to his chest as he stood near a bullet-pocked execution wall. He felt it when he walked point for his camera crew in Baghdad during Iraqs sectarian war. More health and science news ScienceNOW A new study shows a striking association between poor sleep and lunar cycles. But nothing terrified him like the news he got eight years ago after taking the gene test for Huntingtons disease, whose slow downward course toward death makes it one of mankinds most dread afflictions. I learned that the disease that took my father and is inflicting on my brother the same terrible decline in his prime will take me, too, said Sabine, 53, an Englishman who worked for NBC for 26 years. <br>Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/former-tv-reporter-campaigns-to-bring-huntingtons-disease-out-of-the-shadows/2013/07/29/136d1a9e-bd70-11e2-9b09-1638acc3942e_story.html





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Why can't I have that in a much smaller box, at a much smaller price -- and which doesn't take longer to load than my Apple TV or Roku, or make as much noise operating? That kim kardashian before after might be a hit for Microsoft in the way the Chromecast may be dash kim kardashian turning into for Google. When I was discussing on Twitter about my initial omission of the Xbox in my comparison, that's where I thought of the "Xbox Live" idea, that it seemed such an obvious move that Microsoft should make. Then Tom Warren pointed out to me his article in The Verge, on rumors that an Xbox TV-type of device is coming. Warren says Microsoft's plans have put this type of device back until next year. <br>Source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-33620_3-57595815-278/now-that-we-have-chromecast-is-it-time-for-xbox-tv/



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