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Since the 1950s television has been a part of American life, with at least one television in almost every home. But the industry is changing as consumers viewing habits change. If you are interested in what is happening, sign-up for the television industry news email from Wiser. In the United States, like in other countries, television remains one of the main forms of media used by consumers. It is made up of the main broadcast networks which deliver broadcast channels. There are also satellite and cable services. The main networks are NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox. The changes taking place in the industry are largely being driven by the way consumers want to view TV. There is a growth in on-demand services like Netflix, Apple TV and Amazon Prime. This is creating pressure on subscription services to offer more choice to consumers, rather than the pre-set, take-it-or-leave-it packages that have been available to date. In order to get the best television industry news and information, you should sign up for the Wiser daily email. We follow the key companies and figures in the industry to bring you the web's must-read articles every day.

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South African president Zuma facing no confidence vote in ANC - News24 website
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SERIES The Bachelorette Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis judge the guys while they compete in an obstacle course, then Kareem Abdul-Jabbar plays basketball with the bachelors. 8 p.m. ABC Gotham As she did last year, Jada Pinkett Smith returns late in the...
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'The Leftovers' Star Justin Theroux on Penultimate Episode's "Unique Biometrics" Focus
Hollywood ReporterJosh Wigler
[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the penultimate episode of HBO's The Leftovers, "The Most Powerful Man in the World (and His Identical Twin Brother)."] It's not always doom and gloom in the world of The Leftovers, despite what events like the...
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Where Does TJ Miller’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Exit Leave the Show — and HBO?
The WrapRyan Gajewski
It was a week of peaks and valleys for “Silicon Valley” fans, as HBO announced on Thursday that the show will return for Season 5 but without co-star T.J. Miller, the star behind Erlich Bachman. Can the Emmy-winning series withstand the loss...
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Why You Should Craft a Compelling Content Strategy for Your Small Business
Entrepreneur MagazineClaire Holland
You have the branding. You have the campaign strategy. You have a great product. So why is your small business not attracting and retaining its audience? The buyer’s journey can be a long one, with plenty of opportunity for detour on the...
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US weighs banning laptop computers on international flights
The Economic Times of India
WASHINGTON: US Homeland Security John Kelly said on Sunday that he was considering banning laptop computers on international flights into and out of the country, amid signs of "a real threat." Asked on Fox News whether he might implement such a wide-reaching...
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China says fighter jets' intercept of US plane 'safe'
The Economic Times of India
Chinese J-10 warplanes intercepted a US Navy P-3 that was operating in international airspace Wednesday, according to Pentagon spokesman Commander Gary Ross.
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Bodies of civilians dumped near Philippines city besieged by Islamists
ReutersTom Allard
Bodies of what appeared to be executed civilians were found in a ravine outside a besieged Philippine city on Sunday as a six-day occupation by Islamist rebels resisting a military onslaught took a more sinister turn. The eight dead men, most of...
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Judge dismisses lawsuit against Clinton by Benghazi families
The Economic Times of India
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge threw out a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton by the parents of two Americans killed in the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, ruling the former secretary of state didn't defame them when disputing allegations that she...
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South African president Zuma facing no confidence vote in ANC - News24 website
Reuters
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Senior politicians attending a top meeting of South Africa's ruling ANC tabled a motion of no confidence on Saturday against president Jacob Zuma, News24 reported on its website.
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Syrian army, allied militia gain ground against IS
Washington PostSarah El Deeb ,  Ap
Syrian troops and allied militia have pushed back Islamic State militants and U.S-backed opposition fighters, gaining control of a large swath of territory in the country’s strategic southern desert, the government-controlled media and a war monitor said Saturday.
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