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Les Moonves said CBS “is salivating” ahead of Upfronts, anticipating bigger sales and higher prices than last year. In CBS’ earnings call yesterday, the CEO predicted double digit percent price increases, shrugging off concerns about competition from digital. “Questions are now arising about the effectiveness of certain digital media platforms,” noted Moonves, who also said skinny bundle services like Hulu’s planned offering will be a “huge positive” for CBS, as they’d pay rates higher than current partners. CBS’s 1Q16 net earnings were $473 million, up 20 percent versus last year to beat Wall Street forecasts. “CBS delivered a spectacular quarter as we continue to execute on our strategy of creating and distributing the content that audiences have to have,” said Moonves. “Looking ahead, we are in a very enviable position for this year’s Upfront.”
ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel will be first to sit in the guest co-host seat on Live With Kelly Ripa after the departure of Michael Strahan (did you hear he’s going to Good Morning America?). Kimmel joins Ripa on the syndicated morning talker Monday, May 16. The show will rotate co-hosts until a permanent partner for Ripa is found, as it did after Regis Philbin’s departure in 2011; back then the first guest co-host was Jerry Seinfeld.
Is there something in the morning show water? According to The Wrap, Whoopi Goldberg, whose contract with ABC’s The View expires this season, has said she’s “fed up” with the talker and wants to leave. Goldberg is reportedly in talks with the net about extending her contract. Goldberg’s publicist and agents did not return calls or emails regarding the matter.
CBS is ditching the CBS Evening News brand on weekends and replacing it with CBS Weekend News, effective this Saturday. CBSN anchors Reena Ninan and Elaine Quijano will serve as anchors on the show, replacing Jim Axelrod on Saturdays and Jeff Glor. (Both are staying with the network.) The new news show will feature content from CBSN, the network’s live-streaming news service.
Nominations were announced for The 70th Annual Tony Awards, airing live on Sunday, June 12 at 8p on CBS. Hamilton (surprise!) leads the pack, with nods in a whopping 16 categories, making it the new record holder.
Corbis Entertainment has been renamed Branded Entertainment Network. The move reflects the company’s evolution to connect global brands to consumers through the power of popular entertainment. “We exclusively access and turn premium entertainment content into measurable advertising opportunities,” said CEO Gary Shenk, BEN. “BEN represents an overarching ability to connect global brands with the most popular shows, stars and icons across the entire entertainment spectrum whether it’s television, film or digital content.”
The portrayal of veterans on television influences not just the general public, but veterans and their families. Says Bill Rausch, executive director of Got Your 6, “There is real potential here to break through the clutter and change minds.” Find out which shows are having the most impact (you might be surprised) in the latest Cynsiders.
Only one third of broadband customers would recommend their service provider, according to a survey from Incognito Software Systems conducted in March. What’s the beef? “In this era of subscriber monetization, it’s essential that broadband providers clearly grasp what’s important to their existing subscribers,” said Stephane Bourque, president and CEO of Incognito. “As our survey shows, providers are expected to do more than ever before: provide faster speeds, lower prices and superior WiFi capabilities to live up to their subscribers’ demands.” Suburbanites were most sensitive to price, with 46 percent of them listing it as their top concern, versus 35 percent in urban areas. On the bright side, only one in ten customers actually went ahead and switched providers in the last year.
Poker fans will have the chance to win $1 million in Poker Central’s “MVMT Million Dollar Final Table Challenge.” Feeling lucky? Register on the Poker Central website on or before May 29.
On 5/24, hear from Starz, Kinetic Worldwide, Boingo and Billups on how to craft cross-platform marketing campaigns that combine OOH and digital to boost tune-in and social amplification. Details on the latest Cynopsis webinar are here.
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History is developing #Cartel, from Narcos co-creator Chris Brancato, who will write the project. The drama series will explore the global drug wars via the true story of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
VH1 greenlit a weekly talk show hosted by author, actor and entrepreneur Amber Rose. Produced by Dr. Phil and Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions, series will feature Rose conducting interviews with celebrity friends about pop culture, motherhood, relationships, friendships, race and entrepreneurship.
ESPN and Vice Media are teaming up. Vice Sports will produce new original series to air exclusively on ESPN properties, while ESPN’s documentary series 30 for 30 episodes will re-air on Viceland. The two companies are also developing a short-form animated series. The goal: give the best of ESPN to Vice’s audience, while broadening sport net’s offerings to include content from the youth media brand.
Bento Box Entertainment (Burgers) is moving forward with The Blues Brothers, a primetime animated comedy. The project comes from co-creators and EPs Dan Aykroyd, Judy Belushi and Saturday Night Live writer Anne Beatts. The project, which will be shopped to television platforms this month, chronicles the adventures of the 1980 film’s Jake and Elwood Blues.
STYX Entertainment has inked multi-year production deals with Brant Pinvidic’s INvelop Entertainment, and Ryan Holcomb’s Tower 2 Productions. STX Non-Scripted has sold and secured development deals for 12 shows to multiple networks in the U.S. and Asia, including NBC, CW, Food Network, Syfy, Oxygen, History Channel and Freeform.
Italian crime series Gomorrah premieres in the U.S. on Wednesday, August 24 at 10p on SundanceTV. Based on the best-selling book by journalist Roberto Saviano and set in Naples, the series focuses on the inside story of the Camorra, the fierce Neapolitan crime organization.
ABC’s The Chew marks its 1,000th show on Thursday, May 5 at 1p (check local listings). The episode will feature an all-star Tasting Table, packed with some of the world’s top chefs, and surprise celebrity guests all hour. Plus, the co-hosts will reveal the show’s top three most downloaded recipes and count down viewers’ favorite moments over the years.
Discovery Education, a provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, is launching its first Discovery STEM Day. The interactive virtual field trip is designed to foster student interest in STEM careers. The event takes place Friday, May 6, and caps Discovery Education’s weeklong celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week.
A study of nine cable and broadcast shows across genres showed A18-49 ratings grew as long as 18 weeks past the original air date, from 4 to 58 percent over Live+7 numbers, revealed Nielsen at a press breakfast on Tuesday. Genre determined the lift: reality competitions saw a 4 percent boost, while serial drama had a 13 percent lift, episodic dramas rose 16-30 percent, sitcoms had a 21-32 percent rise and animated comedies (which skew young and can be watched out of order) rose 52-58 percent.
Among other insights: Only 7 percent of DVR playback occurs after Live+7, as viewers move to VOD. “The method of viewing changes as the distance from the original airing grows,” said Glenn Enoch, SVP, audience insights at Nielsen. “The longer you go down the line, the more likely you are to go to a digital source or a VOD source to watch the program.” And that audience is catnip to advertisers, because “the average are of a program, over time, will get younger and younger,” said Enoch. Also of note: Live viewers average 15 minutes per program, while VOD and digital viewers average over 30 minutes.
While the measurement company has completed the framework for its previously announced Total Audience Measurement (including digital, over-the-top VOD, set-top box VOD and DVR viewing after Day 8), the new findings won’t take center stage as networks strut their stuff over the coming weeks. “Our clients have asked us to be sensitive to the upfront season," said Kelly Abcarian, SVP, product leadership for Nielsen. “They’ve asked us to work with them to introduce this new data set into the marketplace.” Third party syndicated data is expected later this year. Ultimately, the goal is to “bring the data together so that both the buy and sell side can understand how to plan and sell on audience across time, programming and sites,” said Abcarian.
Cooking Channel hits the road in June, traveling across the country and around the world to find delicious and unique food, starting with new series Beach Bites with Katie Lee, premiering Thursday, June 2 at 10p. Next up, it’s grilling season as chef and barbeque expert Shannon Ambrosio headlines Big Bad BBQ Brawl, bowing Tuesday, June 7 at 10p. The travels continue with Donal Skehan in Follow Donal to Europe on Sundays at 9:30a. Then, the hunt for the perfect cake begins with Cake Hunters on Wednesdays at 10p, while Noah Cappe scours the country for more of the freakiest fairground finds on Carnival Eats Thursdays at 9p.
AXS TV debits nine music documentaries in Reel to Real. Hosted by TV and radio personality Eddie Trunk, the new series kicks off Tuesday, May 31 at 9p with the Green Day documentary Heart Like A Hand Grenade.
Molly Ringwald, Meredith Vieira, Amy Sedaris and John Hodgman have joined the cast of Bravo’s Odd Mom Out. Ringwald will play will play Joy Greene, the best-selling author of a runaway self-help; Vieira will portray Dr. Baldwin, a child psychologist; Sedaris will play Elna, a DMV agent; and Hodgman is Brad, the husband of Meredith (Drew Barrymore).
TBS‘s Search Party has added Rosie Perez, Ron Livingston, Parker Posey and Christine Taylor as recurring guest stars. In addition, Brandon Michael Hall (Broad City) has been named a series regular. The dark comedy, centered on four self-absorbed 20-somethings who become entangled in an ominous mystery when a former college acquaintance disappears, is slated to premiere in late 2016.
Syfy has licensed the UK broadcast rights to Bitten, from global independent studio Entertainment One. The thriller centers on a world where werewolves live undetected among humans.
Canadian production company 1R2D has picked up The Green Project in a deal that marks there first project with Armoza Formats. The series puts a spin on the traditional sketch comedy genre with the use of green screen technology.
Amazon Prime Video has acquired Julian Fellowes Presents Doctor Thorne to debut on Friday, May 20. The British period drama, from Downton Abbey creator Fellowes and the Weinstein Company, is based on Anthony Trollope’s book series and stars Tom Hollander, Ian McShane and Alison Brie.
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All six Scripps Networks Interactive brands saw double-digit ratings increases in primetime (A25-54) on Saturday, April 30, with HGTV landing at #6 and Food Network taking the #10 spot in cable for the night. HGTV recorded a 14 percent lift, Food Network had a 13 percent increase and Travel Channel saw an 11 percent jump year-over-year. On the night, DIY Network grew 27 percent, Cooking Channel grew 12 percent and Great American Country grew 53 percent over last year. Top shows of the evening included HGTV’s premiere of House Hunters Renovations, Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, and DIY Network’s premiere of Vanilla Ice Project.
Last week, (Monday-Sunday), Univision ranked as the # 4 broadcast network among A18-34. The net also saw week-to-week growth (up 4 percent Total Viewers 2+, up 9 percent A18-49 and up 10 percent A18-34) and out-delivered one or more of the English-language broadcast networks on six nights among A18-34. On Thursday, the three-hour finale of Pasion y Poder (8p-11p) averaged 3.1 million Total Viewers 2+, 1.5 million A18-49 and 746,000 A18-34.
In the current 2015/16 Season, UniMas is over-delivering the same weeks in the 2014/15 Season among Total Viewers 2+ (up 21 percent), A18-49 (up 13 percent) and young A18-34 (up 6 percent), during broadcast prime.
For the first week ever, FOX Business Network’s Varney & Company beat CNBC in total viewers with 195,000 versus 187,000.
Live with Kelly & Michael (3.0 Live+SD national Nielsen rating, up 3 percent from the week before) was the only one of 15 talk shows moving up. Top talker Dr Phil (3.1, steady) finished first for the 16th week in a row. Among W25-54, Phil and Live (1.4 demo rating each) tied for No. 1.
Entertainment Tonight (3.3, up 6 percent) hit a five-week high and had the sharpest increase among all first-run access strips with coverage of Prince’s death. Extra saw its weekend edition surge 17 percent.
Among the new strips in first-run, Crime Watch Daily (1.0, steady) was the most watched by far, attracting an average 1.3 million daily viewers, or over 400,000 more sets of eyeballs than its closest rookie rival.
Top 13 Broadcast Programs among A18-49 rating/share for the week of April 25, 2016
FOX: Empire (4/27) 3.8/13
CBS: The Big Bang Theory (4/28) 3.4/13
CBS: Survivor (4/27) 2.1/8
NBC: The Voice (4/26) 2.0/7
NBC: The Voice (4/25) 2.0/7
ABC: Grey’s Anatomy (4/28) 2.0/7
ABC: Dancing With the Stars (4/25) 1.8/6
NBC: Chicago Med (4/26) 1.8/6
NBC: Little Big Shots (5/1) 1.7/6
CBS: Mom (4/28) 1.7/6
NBC: Chicago Fire (4/26) 1.7/6
CBS: The Odd Couple (4/28) 1.7/6
ABC: The Middle (4/27) 1.7/6
Source: Nielsen Media Research, Galaxy Explorer, Live + SD Data
Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 4/18/16 ranked in order by HH Rtg
Judge Judy (CTD) 6.7AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD) 6.3AA
Family Feud (2/T) 6.1AA
Jeopardy (CTD) 5.9AA
The Big Bang Theory (WB) 5.3AA
Entertainment Tonight (CTD) 3.3AA
Dr. Phil (CTD) 3.1AA
Live with Kelly & Michael (DAD) 3.0AA
Modern Family (2/T) 3.0AA
Inside Edition (CTD) 3.0AA
Source: Nielsen Media Research
Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of 4/18/16 ranked in order by A18-49 Rtg
The Big Bang Theory (WB) 2.3AA
Family Feud (2/T) 2.0AA
Modern Family (2/T) 1.7AA
Judge Judy (CTD) 1.6AA
Family Guy (2/T) 1.4AA
Wheel of Fortune (CTD) 1.1AA
Jeopardy (CTD) 1.1AA
Two and a Half Men (WB) 1.1AA
2 Broke Girls (WB) 1.0AA
The Cleveland Show (2/T) 1.2AA
Source: Nielsen Media Research
Monday A18-49 Analysis: NBC had the most A18-49 viewers Monday with 1.7/6, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. NBC’s The Voice topped 8p with 2.2/8, followed by ABC’s Dancing With the Stars with 1.8/6. NBC’s The Voice continued in the top spot at 9p with 2.2/7, while ABC’s Dancing With the Stars remained in second with 1.8/6. NBC’s Blindspot and CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles tied for #1 at 10p with 1.3/4.
A18-49: NBC 1.7/6, ABC 1.4/5, CBS 1.4/5, FOX 1.0/3, UNI 0.6/2, TELE 0.6/2, CW 0.3/1, ION 0.3/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Monday, May 2 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
Dancing With the Stars 7.7/13, Castle 4.1/7
The Voice 6.2/10, Blindspot 3.5/6
Mike & Molly 4.4/8, Mike & Molly 4.5/7, The Big Bang Theory 4.4/7, The Odd Couple 3.7/6, NCIS: Los Angeles 5.3/9
Gotham 2.2/4, Houdini & Doyle 1.6/3
Un Camino Hacia el Destino 1.1/2, Yago 1.1/2, Hotel de los Secretos 1.1/2
Criminal Minds 0.8/1, Criminal Minds 0.8/1, Criminal Minds 0.7/1
Eva La Trailera 0.7/1 La Esclava Blanca 0.7/1, El Senor del los Cielos 1.0/2
Reign 0.6/1, Jane the Virgin 0.6/1
Sunday A18-49 Analysis: NBC had the most A18-49 viewers Sunday with 1.3/4, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. At 7p, ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos led with 1.3/5, followed by CBS’ 60 Minutes with 1.0/4. NBC’s Little Big Shots took over the lead at 8p with 1.7/6; ABC’s Once Upon a Time was second with 1.2/4. At 9p, FOX’s American Country Countdown Awards topped with 1.1/3, followed byt CBS’ The Good Wife with 1.0/3. ABC’s Quantico and NBC’s Dateline tied for the top spot at 10p with
A18-49: ABC 1.1/4, NBC 1.0/3, CBS 1.0/3, FOX 0.8/3, UNI 0.6/2, TELE 0.5/2, ION 0.3/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Sunday, May 1, 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
60 Minutes 6.6/12, Madam Secretary 6.2/10, The Good Wife 6.0/10, Elementary 3.5/5
Little Big Shots [r] 3.0/6, Little Big Shots 5.9/10, The Carmichael Show 2.6/4, Crowded 1.9/3, Dateline NBC 3.7/7
America’s Funniest Home Videos 3.2/6, Once Upon A Time 2.4/4, The Family 1.9/3, Quantico 2.3/4
Bob’s Burgers [r] 1.0/2, The Simpsons [r] 1.0/2, American Country Countdown Awards 2.2/4
Aqui y Ahora 1.0/2, Nuestra Belleza Latina 1.2/2, Sal y Pimienta 1.0/2
Leverage Sun 0.7/1, Leverage Sun 0.7/1, Leverage Sun 0.6/1
La Voz Kids 0.9/1, Ya Era Hora Sun 0.5/1
Saturday A18-49 Analysis: NBC led with the most A18-49 viewers Saturday with 0.8/4, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. At 8p, NBC NHL Pre-Game Show and NBC NHL Playoffs combined for the lead with 0.7/4, followed by CBS’ Crimetime Saturday and ION’s Law & Order which tied with 0.4/2. NBC NHL Playoffs topped at 9p with 0.9/4; CBS’ NCIS: New Orleans landed at number two with 0.6/2. NBC NHL Playoffs finished the night at #1 with 1.0/4, followed by CBS’ 48 Hours with 0.8/3.
A18-49: NBC 0.8/4, CBS 0.6/2, ABC 0.4/2, FOX 0.4/2, ION 0.4/2, UNI 0.4/1, TELE 0.3/1
Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Saturday, April 30, 2016 time period averages. Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.
NCIS [r] 2.8/6, NCIS: New Orleans [r] 3.2/6, 48 Hours 3.5/7
NBC NHL Pre-Game Show 1.2/3, NBC NHL Playoffs 1.4/3
Marvel Captain America 0.9/2, 20/20 1.6/3
Premiere Boxing Championship 1.1/2
Law & Order: SVU 1.1/2, Law & Order: SVU 1.0/2, Law & Order: SVU 1.0/2
Diversion Toda Madre 0.5/1, Sal y Pimienta 0.6/1
Premios Billboard 2 0.5/1
Two major moves at Syfy: Paul Shapiro, Senior Vice President of Original Content, and Erik Storey, Senior Vice President of Original Programming, have both exited the network. It’s all part of the executive restructuring in NBCUniversal’s entertainment cable group, which put scripted operations of Syfy, USA Network, Bravo and E! under Executive Vice President of Scripted Content Bill McGoldrick.
Daniel Tibbets has been named President and General Manager of El Rey Network. He last served as Machinima’s Chief Content Officer.
IAB Technology Laboratory has promoted Alanna Gombert to General Manager of the global digital media industry standards body. She joined IAB Tech Lab and IAB in February as Deputy Manager of the Tech Lab, and Vice President, Technology and Ad Operations for IAB. Gombert was also named Senior Vice President for Technology and Ad Operations at the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
Adam Wiener has been named Executive Vice President and General Manager, CBS Local Digital Media. He previously served as Senior Vice President, Content, Community and Operations with the company.
Tracy Scott, a script supervisor whose numerous credits include Happy Endings, Parks and Recreation and Wilfred, died at age 46. Scott was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015.
John von Soosten, former programming executive at Katz Television and former president of NATPE, died April 13 in West Hempstead, NY, after a short illness. He was 71.
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WHAT’S ON TONIGHT – WEDNESDAY MAY 04, 2016
ABC: The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, blackish, Nashville
CBS: Survival, Criminal Minds [f], Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders
CW: Arrow, Supernatural
FOX: Rosewood, Empire
NBC: Heartbeat, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago P.D.
PBS: Nature [r], NOVA, NOVA [r]
Telemundo: Eva la Trailera, La Esclava Blanca, El Senor de los Cielos
Univision: Un Camino Hacio el Destino, Yago, El Hotel de los Secretos
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