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Topic: Scripps

21 Reasons the NewFronts Will Be Huge (No. 1: BuzzFeed Is In)

Web video showcase expanded to two weeks

This spring, get ready for a cocktail party with 5 Insanely Amazing Appetizers You Can't Stop Eating and a presentation focused on 13 Mind Blowing Reasons You Should Shift Dollars…

Scripps Acquires Digital Video Startup Newsy

Will add digital and mobile videos to offerings

Media conglomerate E.W. Scripps is expanding into the digital video game with the acquisition of Newsy, a five-year-old video news startup that produces content for Web and mobile platforms. The…

AMCX Says Its Own VOD Strategy Is 'Heretical,' but That's Cool

Execs defend Chellomedia purchase after downgrade

AMC Networks delivered lower-than-expected earnings on Thursday, announcing that it wouldn't be discussing the Chellomedia purchase in much detail on the call (the company agreed to buy the international TV…

Premium Publishers Give Private Marketplaces Another Look

Technology has improved

After a burst of initial announcements of private exchanges, followed by a lull in activity, private marketplaces are getting another look by premium publishers as the technology has improved and…

Cable Upfront Gets Cooking

The TV ad pie may be smaller than expected, but major cable players can't complain

The major cable concerns are nearing the upfront finish line, with most 70 percent to 80 percent finished with advance commitments for 2012-13. GroupM only started registering budgets on Tuesday…

Scripps Goes Big With 2012 Upfront

Presentation covers new branding initiatives

Scripps Networks Interactive has gained a reputation in recent years for lengthy, early upfront events—last year's breakfast ran into late morning—but this time, the company opted for a much bigger…

More Newspapers Hopeful About Paid Content, Thanks to Tablets

Digital shift could change newspaper revenue model

There finally seems to be some optimism in the newspaper business. Thanks to the consumer's love affair with the iPad, newspapers have discovered that people will pay for content. "You only…

Hearst Hopes for Another Hit With 'HGTV Magazine'

Publisher: don't call it a shelter magazine

Hearst Magazines, with HGTV, announced Monday that the first of two test issues of HGTV Magazine would hit shelves Oct. 4. With departments like Kitchen Chronicles, Mission Makeover, and Real…

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