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Links 1 through 10 of 63 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged TV

Al Jazeera America's employees didn't see it coming. They thought they had more time. The cable news channel was always a gamble. Everyone knew that -- the anchors, the producers, the engineers. And in retrospect, the channel was probably doomed from the get-go. via Pocket

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Cable TV may still have tens of millions of subscribers in the U.S., but the writing is on the wall: Internet-based media is the future. Thanks to new streaming services from the likes of HBO, Amazon, Dish, and even some sports networks, consumers are abandoning their traditional pay TV packages. via

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This story first appeared in the Jan. 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. At the heart of the television business in 2015 is an existential is-God-dead sort of question: Where has the cable audience gone? Or has it gone? Perhaps it is hiding in plain sight. via Pocket

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While all the attention is focused on search term or last site visited, maybe Internet-based companies should be focusing on an older, more staider place to shift their ad dollars: the idiot box. via Pocket

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Kevin: A look at how Grass Valley has integrated social media into its TV production tools.

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Credit: By Yutaka Tsutano on Flickr. Some rights reserved. On a chilly January evening in Guangzhou, Sky News's Asia correspondent Mark Stone was reporting on a freedom of expression protest outside a newspaper's offices. via Pocket

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Kevin: The first viewing figures or Al Jazeera America. Cable news channels in the US have very low ratings compared with the sense of their impact, but these numbers are particularly low.

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Kevin: Comparison of Al Jazeera America, CNN and BBC America's coverage of Syria. Great quantative research looking at sources, framing and the "presence of message".

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Kevin: Kevin Spacey gives a firey speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival telling the great and the good of British TV that they should follow the lead of Netflix and give audiences what they want. He also praised the Netflix model as being more efficient than the old pilot model. It's a rousing speech well worth the time.

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