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Mike Rowe Just Gave a Fan Some Stellar Advice About Dealing With Rejection

Rowe, the host of 'Dirty Jobs,' revealed he was in the final running to become host of Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show' before losing out -- not once, but twice -- to Craig Kilborn and then Jon Stewart.

Geoff Weiss

How Entrepreneurs Can Leverage Local News

We like to think our marketing and PR needs to be global, but thinking locally is often smarter.

Cynthia Johnson

Rocket Hub and Ovation Team Up to Bring Crowdfunding to TV

The special will showcase the work of artists who are raising money to fund their creative projects.

What Does It Take to Get Your Product on QVC?

The head of a company that hooks up inventors with the popular shopping channel dishes on how inventors can show off their products to millions.

Stephen Key

3 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From 'Ninja Warrior' Training

Whether you're navigating obstacles on a course or on the way to starting a business, the takeaways are similar.

Binge-Watching Is Our New Normal

The practice of mainlining shows is becoming increasingly acceptable, although it's still an activity that incites complicated emotions, a new study suggests.

Laura Entis

6 Things 'Better Call Saul' Can Teach You About Finding Customers

AMC's new hit prequel series to 'Breaking Bad' already features many lessons on lead generation.

Time to Pull the Plug? 8 Real Threats to Traditional TV.

More than a popular AMC program, the real "Walking Dead" may just be the service providers that lock people into bundled services.

Alex Iskold

This New App Lets Users Legally Share Buzzy TV Clips

'The days of awkwardly holding your phone up to the TV to record and share your favorite moments may be coming to an end,' says Whipclip's founder.

Geoff Weiss

The New Prime Time for Ads -- and How to Use It to Your Advantage

The power of prime time advertising is still going strong, but the rise of online media brings a new twist.

Amit Avner