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Remakes in the Making

@juliannetwin

November 8, 2013

Cable programming is inventive, creative and consistently pushing the limits of television. That’s why we love it. But sometimes creativity isn’t inventing something new, but re-imagining the past. There have been some unexpectedly powerful, chilling, and provocative TV series and movies in entertainment history. And since we’re in the midst of a “Golden Age of…

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Comic-Con? More Like Cable-Con!

@johnsolit

July 23, 2013

Some have called it a convening of the greatest creative minds in pop-culture today. Others have called it a nerdy meeting for nerdy nerds. But most call it Comic-Con, the international pop-culture convention held annually in San Diego, California featuring the latest in popular film, television, sci-fi, games, toys, and yes – even comic books….

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Cable Lowers the Cost of Quality Time

@juliannetwin

July 12, 2013

We all know you can’t buy much for a quarter these days. One song on iTunes costs a dollar. So does an average movie rental at Redbox. Reading the newspaper can cost you anywhere from $0.75 – $3.00! Take a look below at the price of a few other popular entertainment outings compared to cable…

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Cable Coverage of the Inaugural

January 16, 2009

As Washington, D.C. prepares for the historic inauguration of President-Elect Barack Obama next week, cable has stepped up with a host of events and coverage. Naturally, you’ll get wall-to-wall coverage from such news and public affairs stalwarts as C-SPAN, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. My colleague Helen Dimsdale offers a look at some coverage from…