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Topic: Crackle

How Are These 12 Classic TV Shows Still Not on Streaming?

Our wish list of the fun, formative and forgotten

Netflix struck a streaming coup last month when it added every episode of Friends, then scored another win this month by adding the first five seasons of M*A*S*H. So what's…

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…

The Guild’s Felicia Day Wrote Herself the Role of a Lifetime

One of the original Web series got started when her acting career was stalling

Talent - Gold Felicia Day’s dearly departed Web series The Guild started before anybody was really talking about the medium—it was a year before the world knew that lonelygirl15 was a…

Rating the 2014 NewFronts

Highlights and headscratchers from some of this year's big events

The Digital Content NewFronts are here, and this time we’ve got multimillion-dollar-an-episode series, lots of unduplicated viewership and serious inventory scarcity. Wait, no, that’s traditional TV. On the digital side…

7 Media Brands Shaking Up the 2014 NewFronts

Original shows and exclusive deals dominate

It's been a week of nearly endless announcements from some of the Web's top media brands as they rolled out their biggest new initiatives to court potential advertisers at the…

Crackle's Newfront Is a Story That Mixes Old and New

Sam Thielman finds Bryan Cranston in another new home post-Bad

New shows with big stars plus a deal with Starcom's Spark. Crackle and Spark. Sounds like an Australian Web design company. 

Crackle and Spark Ink NewFronts Deal

Media shop gets first look at Bryan Cranston's new series

Crackle has inked an agreement with Publicis-owned media agency Spark in the Web publisher's first NewFronts deal this week. Financial terms were not disclosed. Spark services clients such as ConAgra brands…

Yada, Yada, Yada: Seinfeld Reunion in the Works

Jerry, George and the gang get together again for one last hurrah

Jerry Seinfeld on Thursday confirmed that he and Larry David are working on a one-off Seinfeld reunion and that the finished product will be released “very, very soon.” Speaking to the…

Sony's Crackle Goes Big in Season 2 for Chosen

Action drama retained half of its audience in Season 1

Sony’s under-the-radar video site Crackle—known for Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, if anything—has quietly built up a slate of guy-oriented scripted series. That includes, perhaps surprisingly, several serialized dramas…

5 Digital Shows Created by Grown-Ups

Money + talent ≠ a sure thing

Silicon Valley has a lot of things going for it: advancing technology, an attractive environment for whiz kids, a (weak) stab at meritocracy among its residents, gobs and gobs of…

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