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What brands should expect in entertainment this year

What brands should expect in entertainment this year

From musicals to global hits, advertisers have more entertainment options than ever, writes the head of brand integrations at Branded

Expectations are high at Showtime for upcoming 'Twin Peaks' reboot

Expectations are high at Showtime for upcoming 'Twin Peaks' reboot

But will the audience of today, particularly the millennials, show interest?

Will the deluge of scripted shows kill 'Peak TV'?

Will the deluge of scripted shows kill 'Peak TV'?

2017 will see a record number of scripted shows hit the screens--more than 500.

Xerox's Brother Dominic revival resonates with viewers who never saw the original

Xerox's Brother Dominic revival resonates with viewers who never saw the original

The brand took a bet on nostalgia, but wound up entertaining people of all ages, according to Ace Metrix.

6 Fox News moments that will haunt Megyn Kelly on the road to reinvention

6 Fox News moments that will haunt Megyn Kelly on the road to reinvention

To some viewers, the departing Fox News anchor will always be known as the "Santa Claus is white" lady

The 5 least-promising midseason network shows

The 5 least-promising midseason network shows

Jenna Elfman, Katherine Heigl, puking time travelers and a talking dog.

Five to watch: Midseason's most promising new shows

Five to watch: Midseason's most promising new shows

More network misses than hits, the upcoming TV season offers a handful of hopeful debuts.

TV Turkeys: The 10 worst shows of 2016

TV Turkeys: The 10 worst shows of 2016

From twisted horror plots to lame comedies, the season wasn't short on its share of stinkers.

Want to save the NFL? Get your brand off the field

Want to save the NFL? Get your brand off the field

With the election behind us, the NFL can't continue to pretend Donald and Hillary were the only ones distracting from

No longer just for reruns, diginets grab the eye of major advertisers

No longer just for reruns, diginets grab the eye of major advertisers

These "sub-channels" have begun a slow move beyond low-cost content into original programming.