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Vice strengthens content and live experience with Refinery29 acquisition

Vice strengthens content and live experience with Refinery29 acquisition

Deal grows Vice's global audience by 17%.

Netflix appoints Jackie Lee-Joe as chief marketing officer

Netflix appoints Jackie Lee-Joe as chief marketing officer

CMO of BBC Studios replaces Kelly Bennett, who announced departure in March.

BBH and Fremantle devise brand-friendly TV formats

BBH and Fremantle devise brand-friendly TV formats

Partnership will take six shows to market this summer in US and UK, including tech-focused game show.

AT&T unveils new ad venture following AppNexus purchase

AT&T unveils new ad venture following AppNexus purchase

US telecoms giant brings advertising and analytics businesses together in new joint venture.

HBO creates Westworld experience in US ahead of season two launch

HBO creates Westworld experience in US ahead of season two launch

HBO is creating a Mariposa Saloon experience ahead of the launch of the second season of Westworld in the US.

Revivals lead the pack of potential programming trends for the 2018-19 TV season

Revivals lead the pack of potential programming trends for the 2018-19 TV season

The "R" word sums up this pilot season, writes Marc Berman.

No gold for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics ratings

No gold for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics ratings

Before NBC breaks out the bottle of bubbly, the reality of these rating results is what could now be the

Eight-year overnight ratings low for Super Bowl LII on NBC

Eight-year overnight ratings low for Super Bowl LII on NBC

The Big Game's ratings were down 3 percent from last year.

Parents Television Council begs Justin Timberlake to keep Super Bowl half-time show clean

Parents Television Council begs Justin Timberlake to keep Super Bowl half-time show clean

An open letter from the infamous organization pleads for a less sexualized intermission during the Big Game.

A 'Super' experience on the old linear broadcast model

A 'Super' experience on the old linear broadcast model

Those declaring the death of broadcast must always contend with the 100+ million viewers that flock to their TV sets

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