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Mama June- Bring 'Honey Boo Boo' Back Or I'll Sue for a Million Bucks!!!
http://www.tmz.com/2015/05/24/mama-june-...y-boo-boo/

Delays, insurance hikes caused by failed Russian launch of Mexican satellite
The failed launch of Mexico's Centenario satellite is a setback for the spacecraft launch schedule and will spark a huge hike in insurance costs, while also discrediting Russian space technology, specialists told Efe. "Insurance costs will go through the roof and will make satellite launches more expensive. And it will be governments and users that feel the pain - because someone has to pay for i...

Epix Joining the World of Scripted TV With Two Original Series
There were 352 original, scripted television series last year on broadcast, cable and streaming services. None were televised on Epix, the premium television network known for its selection of movies. Not anymore. On Thursday, Epix is to announce that it, too, is jumping into the competitive world of scripted television with two original series. The first is ?Graves? a half-hour comedy from Lion...

DISH Network Drops MAVTV
Hilarious. This channel is so crappy that they have to PAY DirecTV to carry it instead of being paid. Now the bottom barrel satellite provider, DISH, is dropping it. At least the 2 people suckered into a glentech-999 can get it for only $700 + $120/yr. DISH Network Drops MAVTV

New Top Gear Show on Netflix?
As soon as the BBC announced the cancellation of Top Gear, fans have been desperate to get it back on the air. They may be in luck as rumours have surfaced claiming the presenters are in talks to film a show for Netflix. According to The Mirror UK, Jeremy Clarkson and co-stars James May and Richard Hammond will team up with former executive producer Andy Willman. The BBC owns the name Top Gear, b...

Mexican Satellite Launched on Proton-M Carrier Rocket Likely Lost
Mexico's MexSat-1 communication satellite launched on a Russian Proton-M rocket from Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan on Saturday morning has likely fallen to earth over Eastern Siberia. This comes on the same date as a near identical crash of the same launch vehicle exactly one year ago, carrying Russia?s most advanced satellite Express-AM4R. Read more: http://sputniknews.com/science/20150516...

Dish plans -big- foray into wireless business, document says
Dish Network (DISH) is planning to become the only provider to offer wireless voice, video and data services, Yahoo Finance has learned. The No. 2 U.S. satellite television provider shocked the wireless industry earlier this year when it scored almost half of the spectrum licenses offered in a U.S. government auction. Other players were more traditional telecommunications providers, such as AT&T...

[AUSTRALIA] The Netflix Tax: How to avoid the government's tax on fun
Do not be fooled by the name ? the so-called "Netflix Tax" proposed by the Australian government in its 2015 Federal Budget does not tax Netflix. It taxes people who watch Netflix. From July 1, 2017, foreign businesses that sell digital goods and services to Australians ? from streaming platforms and music downloads to e-books ? will have to charge a 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST). In his budg...

TiVo Developing -Legal- Version of Aereo
Though it was short on specifics, TiVo confirmed that it is working on a legal version of Aereo, the failed service that sold access to a cloud DVR paired with a system that captured over-the-air TV signals and redistributed them to subscribers over the Internet. TiVo reasons that OTA, combined with broadband-fueled over-the-top services, presents an opportunity to help its cable partners target ...

Verizon Buys AOL
Verizon Buys AOL, maybe now they can compete with Directv and Dish! http://money.cnn.com/2015/05/12/investin...-buys-aol/

Here's how Fox's 'X-Files' revival plans to please diehard fans
Fox has revealed its plans for its limited series revival of "The X-Files." It will premiere with a two-night event starting Sunday, Jan. 24 at 10 p.m. following the NFC Championship Game and then continue on Monday, Jan. 24 at 10 p.m. After that, it will air on Mondays through the sixth and final episode. Starting production in June, "The X-Files" revival reunites creator Chris Carter and stars...

Cable companies are scrambling as more viewers become cord-cutters
The cable TV industry is setting its sights on consumers who are shunning their business. Viewers who get their favorite shows for free by using over-the-air antennas have made "OTA" the buzzy acronym at the Internet & Television Expo being held this week in Chicago, where cable companies are gathered to mull over their fast-changing future. There are now more than 12.3 million homes that depend...

Court backs broadcasters, clears way for FCC review of AT&T-DirecTV merger
The pace of the Federal Communications Commission's review of AT&T's proposed takeover of satellite television giant DirecTV should soon accelerate. On Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a long-anticipated ruling in a dispute between the FCC and TV programmers, including CBS Corp., 21st Century Fox, Walt Disney Co. and Viacom Inc. The testy dispute did not delve into w...

YouTube Tune-Up Tunes Out DirecTV
"YouTube content via the DIRECTV set-top is no longer available,? DirecTV confirmed in a statement to TV Predictions. ?They (YouTube) changed their technical specifications to deliver the YouTube experience through DIRECTV's and other distributors' set-tops boxes. We've had a long relationship with YouTube and will continue to work with them to find ways to restore delivering their content to our ...

Airline sued because DirecTV didn't work over ocean
A West Orange woman has filed a class action lawsuit against United Airlines because the DirecTV service she purchased on board an airplane didn't work over the ocean. Cary M. David purchased the in-flight DirecTV service during her flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Newark last February. But she discovered she couldn't watch anything because the majority of her flight was either over water or...

Has prime time faded for cable TV news?
Quote:Since 2009, the median daily audience for Fox, CNN and MSNBC has fallen 19 percent, according to the Pew Research Center. The overall decline during prime-time hours for all three has been steeper, 26 percent. Even Fox News, long the king of cable news, is no longer booming. It lost 2 percent of its overall audience last year, according to Pew, and is off 19 percent from its prime-time peak...

First Part of ATSC 3.0 Standard Moving Along
No wonder why ATSC licensing is expensive and no one uses this backwards crap but North America. The first little part of a complete standard has reached "candidate" status. Of course there are tons of different components that will be needed for a full broadcast standard. ATSC 3.0 itself isn't expected to be complete until 2017 which means actual limited availability when??? North America needs ...

Bloomberg News Now Part of Sling TV Base Pack
The best business and financial news source on television is now available to all Sling TV subscribers: Bloomberg News is now a part of our Best of Live TV package, still only $20 a month! The World News Extra add-on package still includes the international perspectives of France 24, News 18 India, Euronews, Russia Today, NDTV 24x7, plus domestic news and analysis from HLN. But Bloomberg?s award-...

H2 to be replaced by VICE-?
Quote:Vice would take over the channel space currently used for H2, the A+E Networks channel that currently airs historical documentary programs. Last year A+E Networks took a 10% stake in Vice Media for $250 million. The new Vice cable channel would be added to a portfolio that includes A&E, fyi, Lifetime and History. More: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/env...story.html

MDA ends Labor Day telethon
For years, Labor Day wasn't just a day off from work. It meant it was time to watch the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon. It was time to watch Jerry Lewis in action. Now, it's truly the end of an era. The MDA announced today it is ending the tradition. No more telethon. In a note on its MDA website, the group said "the new realities of television viewing and philanthropic giving" ...