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NAMIC President Announces Retirement

NAMIC pres/CEO Eglon E. Simons is retiring from the organization after more than three years in the position.

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Watching Facebook

It’s been about four months since Facebook rolled out its Facebook Watch video platform, and one of the biggest surprises has been users’ willingness to watch content for more than a few minutes.

NAMIC Pres/CEO Eglon Simons Retires

NAMIC pres/CEO Eglon Simons is retiring from the organization after more than three years in its highest position.

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Amazon Scores Touchdown with NFL Coverage

Amazon logged an average-minute audience of more than 310K viewers for each of its 11 regular-season NFL streams in 2017 (10 “Thursday Night Football” games, plus Christmas Day).

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Albrecht at TCA Talks Starz-Altice Standoff

Starz chief Chris Albrecht told TV critics Friday it’s “outrageous” that Altice USA hasn’t offered refunds to customers who subscribe to premium packages including Starz amid a carriage standoff between the premium net and operator.

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FCC: Video Description Changes Ahead

Fluctuation in top-rated cable nets over the past seven years can be seen at a regulatory level. FCC rules require MVPDs with 50K or more subs to provide a certain number of hours per quarter of video description for the top five non-broadcast networks.

Hulu Applying Lessons Learned in Upgrades to UI

A year ago at CES 2017, Hulu svp, customer experience Ben Smith told visitors to the company’s lavish, branded hospitality suite overlooking the Las Vegas Strip that the next 12 months would be a year for learning. Traditionally an SVOD player, Hulu was on the verge of taking the next step into live TV.

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Miami Heat: NATPE Bringing Cable, Streamers to One-Time Broadcast Haven

Once a massive meeting place for domestic broadcast syndication, NATPE Miami has evolved over the years into a must-attend event for many in the cable industry.
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