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Super Bowl Season Is a Prime Time for TV Buyers

Nearly a quarter of TV owners purchase their big screens for the Super Bowl, and often at a lower cost.

Chipotle Is Making a Dark Comedy Series About Industrial Farming. (Yes, Seriously.)

The burrito chain is releasing a four-part comedy series on Hulu next month that offers a satirical take on industrial farming.

TiVo Takes a Look at America's Viewing Habits

While 69 percent of people say they surf the internet while the TV is on, 76 percent said their primary focus is actually watching what's on TV, according to a new survey.

Downton Abbey: Lord Grantham's 5 Worst Management Mistakes

What the world of butlers, footmen and lady's maids can teach you about management.

The Weather Channel Gets Unseasonably Dumped by DirecTV Amid Carriage Disputes

DirecTV dropped The Weather Channel from the screens of its roughly 20 million customers early Tuesday morning after the two couldn't come to terms on carriage fees.

Time Warner Cable Says No Thanks to Charter's $61 Billion Bid

Charter Communications hoped to purchase Time Warner Cable for $61.3 billion, or $132.50 a share, but the 'grossly inadequate' bid was rejected.

How the Producer Behind 'Jersey Shore' Turned Her Life Into Reality TV

SallyAnn Salsano has taken everything from bad first dates to partying at the Jersey Shore to become one of the most successful TV producers on air.

10 Thoughts on Tech, Trends and Innovation at CES 2014

From being surrounded by 'Glassholes' to playing pinball and 'self-healing' phones, here is a recap of what the show had to offer.

This New Technology Will Let You Make Purchases Directly From Your TV

A service announced at CES this year allows you to buy items from advertisements using your television remote.

Apple's iPhone 5s, Royal Baby and Nelson Mandela Make Google's Top Searched-For Terms of 2013

A look at what people worldwide were searching for most online this year.

We're a Country of Binge-Watchers, and We Feel Pretty Good About It

Half of Netflix users watch an entire season in a week, according to a new survey.

Aereo to Broadcasters: Bring It On

The digital TV startup says it will not oppose a decision by broadcasting companies to appeal to the Supreme Court.

Will Katie Couric Provide More Firepower in Yahoo's Fight for Ad Dollars?

The internet media company is investing in journalists even as its core ad revenues continue to erode.

NFL, MLB to Supreme Court: If Aereo Wins You'll Have to Watch Sports on Cable

The leagues said they'll take their programming elsewhere if the live TV internet streaming service is allowed to continue its operations.

From Poop to Dog Treats: Which Small Business Should Win a Free Super Bowl Commercial?

Financial-software company Intuit has announced its four finalists for its "Small Business Big Game" completion with the winner receiving a free 30-second Super Bowl commercial.

FOX's 'Sleepy Hollow' TV Show Is Scary Good for Local Businesses

The New York town that bears the same name is enjoying a solid tourism boost this Halloween thanks to the hit show.

Want to Make Viral Videos? Look to Twitter TV Ratings.

Twitter TV Ratings offer all-new analytics surrounding exactly how much we love 'Breaking Bad' and other shows.

Twitter Will Become Remote Control for Comcast Pay-TV Users

A new Twitter feature, set to launch in November, may be a game changer for internet TV and online advertising.

The 10 Most Horrible 'Shark Tank' Pitches Ever

As viewers await the reality show's fifth season premiere, here's a look back on the 10 worst pitches we've seen so far.

Actor LeVar Burton on Relaunching Reading Rainbow as a Mobile App

LeVar Burton viewed the cancellation of his award-winning children's series after 21 seasons as an opportunity to embrace modern technology and reach out to the kids of today.

7 Technologies That Are Disrupting the Cable TV Business

A look at new video technologies from startup companies as well as some more established players.

Will Google's Chromecast Revolutionize Your Living Room -- and Conference Room?

The new device lets you view all types of content from any internet-connected device on your TV.

Netflix's 'House of Cards' Gets Emmy Nod as TV Moves Online

The Netflix political drama earned an Emmy nomination, marking the first time a program that aired online rather than on traditional television has received one.

TV Startup Aereo Countersues Big Broadcaster

Aereo, a company that lets you watch live and recorded television on any device, is suing CBS in a David-and-Goliath-style battle.

Top Tech Trends From CES 2013

From enormous tablets and TVs to a refrigerator loaded with apps, a look at the tech that's driving our business and personal lives.

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