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Nielsen Says It Will Measure Audiences for TV Episodes That Stream Via Netflix

Nielsen said it would extend it measurement of TV-show audiences to select subscription video on demand services, a new push by the backer of the media industry’s main yardstick to gauge interest in new video-watching behaviors. The company will make available widely audience data for content that streams on select SVOD players. A&E Networks, Disney ABC Television Group, Lionsgate, NBCUniversal, ...

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Mipcom: RTVE’s Clan Eyes U.S. Hispanic Market

Pubcaster RTVE’s Clan, Spain’s leading kids TV service, is eyeing the U.S. Hispanic TV market for 2018, as part of its international expansion. A new channel version, dubbed into neutral Spanish and offering its most standout contents, has started to settle in Latin America from June. After inking carriage deals with regional pay TV operators, Clan is currently available in ...

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7 Questions We Still Have About Justice League

How Does Darkseid Fit Into The Story? Rather than follow in the footsteps of Geoff Johns’ “Origin” Justice League arc (i.e. the story that kicked off the team in the New 52) and have Darkseid leading the invasion of Earth, the Justice League movie decided to send Steppenwolf, Darkseid’s uncle, to our world with the Parademon army. But then how ...

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Facebook Sales, Amazon Shakeup, Weinsteins, and CBS’ Aussie Invasion Drive Mipcom Conversation

CANNES One of the most talked-about program buyers at Mipcom this year didn’t have a big installation at the Palais des Festivals. Facebook’s growing appetite for original programming was a hot topic among top unscripted producers. The ambitious plans for content at Apple, YouTube Red, Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix were a constant source of speculation among participants who schmoozed and sold ...

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Lumière Festival: Le CiNéMa Club’s CEO Marie-Louise Khondji on Financing a Free VOD Player and Online Collection Curation

LYON – In town for a panel on VOD and streaming platforms at this year’s Lumière Festival is Le CiNéMa Club, a web-based VOD platform for classic and under-represented films. A VOD platform at a festival is not necessarily anything to write home about, but this site is rare , particularly when it comes to its cost – a royal ...

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‘Wonderstruck’ Director Todd Haynes Emphasizes Importance of Film’s Score: It’s ‘Almost a Character’

Todd Haynes’ latest film “Wonderstruck” opened at the Los Angeles Theatre in Downtown L.A. Tuesday. The unusually warm October evening was graced by director Haynes, as well as star Oakes Fegley, screenwriter Brian Selznick, executive producer and costume designer Sandy Powell, and composer Carter Burwell. Julianne Moore and newcomer Millicent Simmonds, who also star in the film, were unable to ...

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‘American Horror Story’ Recap: ‘Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag’ Introduces Another Cult

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read on unless you’ve seen Season 7, episode 7 of “American Horror Story,” titled “Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag.” This week’s episode is a bit of a departure for “American Horror Story” Season 7, as it takes a short break from the cult of Kai (Evan Peters) to make its first visit to another ...

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Hulu New Releases: Movies And TV Shows Coming And Leaving Hulu Streaming In November

Hulu, much like Netflix, is in the aggressive game of both acquiring and releasing titles onto its streaming library. You can see it in their November selections, as their online catalog is about to receive some pretty big titles for the month that arrive just in time to provide extra Thanksgiving entertainment. With a wide assortment of family-friendly fun, edgy ...

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