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Topic: A&e

Here’s Why TLC Isn't Talking About the Duggars

Inside the network’s no-comment strategy

More than 19 days and counting. That's how long it's been (at press time) since TLC has publicly commented on the child molestation controversy that has enveloped the network and…

4 TV Shows That Have Awesomely Come to Life at SXSW

Networks highlight their programs in experiential ways

It's not just interactive technologies, film and music at the South by Southwest festival on March 13 through March 21. Several TV brands came to Austin and devised experiential activations…

Several Major Brands Are Already Investing In YouTube's Next Challenger

Chevy, Corona Extra and Jaguar are on board with Vessel

Vessel, the much-awaited online video startup founded by ex Hulu executives Jason Kilar and Richard Tom, finally opened its service to the public today. It may take time to see…

Can Dead People Resurrect A&E's Ratings?

Carlton Cuse tells the TCA that The Returned can bring on a comeback

Things unraveled quickly for A&E in 2014: Its top-rated show, Duck Dynasty, plummeted to a 1.0 18-49 rating in November, and it canceled its second-most popular show, Longmire, which skewed…

Which Networks Made the Naughty and Nice Lists This Year?

You better watch Scorpion, you better not cry...

As Dec. 25 approaches, parents are warning children to make sure they end up on Santa's nice list, and stay far away from his naughty list. But what if the…

Roku's New Video Ad Network Will Target Highly Specific Audiences

A rare model

Roku is poised to launch a video advertising network, according to The Wall Street Journal today. The company will sell advertising to marketers and agencies, and the ads will be…

Vice Raises Another $250 Million via Deal With Technology Crossover Ventures

That's $500 million in less than a week

On the heels of selling 10 percent of its company to A&E Networks for $250 million last week, Vice said Thursday that it has raised another $250 million through another…

A&E Buys 10% of Vice For $250 Million

Values millennial-oriented publisher at $2.5 billion

Vice has sold 10 percent of its company to A&E Networks for $250 million, a Vice representative confirmed to Adweek on Friday.  The terms of the deal gives the millennial-oriented publication…

The Duck Dynasty Robertsons Are Putting Out a Bible

Publisher says Al and Phil are 'really about life change'

Yes, there is going to be a Duck Dynasty Bible. No, the Robertsons are not contributing to the scriptural canon—the translation used in the October edition from HarperCollins' religious book publisher…

A Recent History of the Heckler's Veto

From #IStandWithPhil to #CancelColbert

The television world has weathered quite a few controversies in the last several months, many of which have one disturbing thing in common: They are fomented and sustained by people…

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