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Good morning.It’s Thursday, December 12, 2013, and this is your first early morning briefing.

A+E Networks is rebranding Bio channel as FYI, a lifestyle net geared toward younger, upscale viewers – “an audience that has been underserved on linear but thrives online,” said Nancy Dubuc, president and CEO of A+E. Launching in summer of 2014, FYI has 30 potential series in development that the net says, “will inspire, not instruct, today’s viewer.” The Bio brand will continue to exist on other platforms in the U.S.


Over Half of Cable’s Top Programs are on Discovery

Discovery has 11 of the Top-20 Unscripted
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NimbleTV started offering subscriptions in the New York market that allow pay-TV subscribers to watch television over the Web. Nimble will set up an account with a provider for up to 130 channels for $29.98/month, or tack on a $3.99/month fee to customers who already have cable subscriptions, allowing them to stream over-the-air broadcast signals.

NBC is turning to experts for commentary at Sochi. On Monday, former Washington Post bureau chief David Remnick was announced as part of the 2014 Winter Olympics journalism team, and on Wednesday exec producer Jim Bell said Moscow-based journalist Vladimir Pozner will be on hand, to “to provide a Russian outlook.” Pozner has appeared on U.S. television before, including ABC‘s Nightline.

“Big Data” was the buzzword at the TV of Tomorrow show yesterday in New York City. During one panel, which included representatives from Cablevision, Kantar Media, FourthWall Media, Ish Entertainment, Visible World and Furious Minds, the speakers debated whether or not the avalanche of information available actually translates into better television. “There’s a stultifying amount of data marshaled by networks,” said Ish Entertainment CEO Michael Hirschorn, “that doesn’t always serve the content.”

A new holiday shopping study from Horizon Media indicates people rely more on Amazon for shopping information than on television – and it’s not just those Millennials. Among 18-34-year-olds, 65 percent turn to Amazon, and 28 percent to TV; among 50-65-year-olds, 62 percent turn to Amazon, and 31 percent to television. Friends and family, Facebook and Twitter account for the rest.

That was fast! NBC is airing Sound of Music Live! again, on Saturday, December 14 at 8p. The original broadcast on December 5 not only drew a whopping 18.6 million viewers, but gave a 75 percent boost in households to late local news in metered markets. Music takes the place of It’s a Wonderful Life, which gets bumped to Friday, December 20 at 8p.

After Tuesday’s report in Variety that Discovery Communications is considering making a bid for Scripps Networks Interactive (parent company of lifestyle nets including HGTV and Food Network), shares of Scripps jumped 15.6 percent in post market trading. Discovery had no comment.

The Fox Now app has just been made available on Microsoft‘s Xbox One system. Xbox Live Gold members can use subscriber credentials for free, next-day access to full episodes of Fox shows including Family Guy, Sleepy Hollow and New Girl directly from their Xbox One, as well as special features. The streaming service is now available across nine digital platforms.

The Weinstein Company is renaming its TLC show, Myrtle Manor, in anticipation of a spate of spin-offs. The second season of the docu-series, set in a South Carolina trailer park, will be called Trailer Park: Welcome to Myrtle Manor. TWC promises “new twists on the same types of lovable, zany characters,” in other locations.

No more talking babies at the Super Bowl – at least not from E-trade, the financial services company that’s advertised during the big game since 2007. What’s the deal? In the past the brand was mass market focused, E-Trade’s SVP, branding and acquisition Rich Muhlstock told AdAge, but “now we’re sharpening our focus on key prospects and existing customers.”

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will write a monthly opinion column for the Washington Post. “We expect that she will bring to Post readers the strong arguments, sharp wit and thoughtful analysis… that have made her show an Emmy Award winner,” said Post editorial page editor Fred Hiatt.

Bob Barker makes a surprise return to The Price Is Right today, for pet adoption week. Price, which adoption advocate Barker hosted from 1972-2007, airs weekdays at 11a on CBS.

The Africa Channel is running special programming celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela, through the South African anti-apartheid icon’s burial on Sunday, December 15. A Saturday, December 14 rebroadcast of Mandela’s memorial service will be followed by a five-hour documentary marathon, with additional content be available on www.TheAfricaChannel.com.

Walmart chief marketing officer Stephen Quinn will lead the Association of National Advertisers’ Alliance for Family Entertainment’s charge for more family-friendly programming. AFE research has shown the effectiveness of advertising can get a 30 percent boost within family programming; Procter & Gamble, AT&T and PepsiCo are among the major marketers who have been involved in the group. Walmart had five ads in NBC‘s Sound of Music Live! last Thursday.

Targeted television ad company Simulmedia announced it has closed a $25 million Series D round of funding led by new investor Valiant Capital. “Simulmedia became profitable this quarter for the first time,” said Rich Levandov, partner at Simulmedia investor Avalon Ventures, “as audience-based buying went from ‘interesting concept’ to large scale testing.”


Nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday. Breaking Bad grabbed the most nods with four, followed by 30 Rock, The Big Bang Theory, Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones, Homeland and Modern Family with three each. Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie) and Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) each scored record-breaking 20th career noms. Trophy telecast will be simulcast on TNT and TBS Saturday, January 18 at 8p.

Rob Lowe‘s nod for his performance as JFK in Killing Kennedy marks the first SAG nomination ever for Nat Geo. “It was an honor to play JFK,” said Lowe, “and even more of one to included in this list of amazing actors and friends.” The competition: Matt Damon and Michael Douglas (Behind the Candelabra), Jeremy Irons (The Hollow Crown) and Al Pacino (Phil Spector).

The Directors Guild of America is honoring Lee Blaine with its Frank Capra award, and Vince DeDario with the Franklin J. Schaffner award, recognizing their service to the guild. The 66th Annual DGA Awards take place Saturday, January 25.

The Writers Guild of America is paying tribute to the late Thomas Cook with its 2014 Morgan Cox Award. “Tom was a beloved member of the Guild,” said WGAW president Christopher Keyser, “renowned both for the remarkable work he produced and for his unending commitment to give something of himself back.” Cook died January 5, 2013 at age 65.


E! chronicles 15 minutes of fame gone awry in a one-hour special, Biggest Reality Scandals. Sordid stories, ruined romances and damaged reputations go under the microscope Monday, December 16 at 9p.

Celeb chefs talk food and family in upcoming Food Network daytimer, The Kitchen. The 13-episode series from BSTV Entertainment launches Saturday, January 4 at 11a.

In a scheduling tweak, TLC is jumping ahead of Discovery Fit & Health to air the premiere of four-part docu-series Sex Sent Me to the ER, about passion gone wrong, on Saturday, December 28 at 10p. DF&H will air encore presentations Fridays at 10p, starting January 3.


Showtime comedy Episodes, starring Matt LeBlanc, has been renewed for a season four. Season three of the Showtime/BBC co-production premieres Sunday, January 12 at 10:30.


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Entertainment One and Sundance Channel are developing a series based on Israeli format Reaching for Heaven, about how a family is affected when one parent becomes religious. The U.S. adaptation will be set in Las Vegas.

A quirky drama series with Rob Reiner attached has been put in development by Spike TV. Reiner would direct and develop Basket Case, based on the novel by Carl Hiaasen, from FremantleMedia North America in association Random House Entertainment and Castle Rock Entertainment. “Corruption, murder and laughs,” said Reiner. “I can’t think of a more satisfying combination.”


Guy Pearce (Memento) will guest as a romantic interest for Sean Hayes‘ character on Sean Saves the World, reports TVLine. NBC comedy airs Thursdays at 9p.

Nick Jonas is heading back to Hawaii Five-0, says TV Fanatic. The former tween heartthrob, who guested in October, will be on hand for the CBS drama’s fourth season finale. Series airs Fridays at 9p.

Robert Knepper (Prison Break) will join Arrow as master criminal Clock King, says TVLine. Season two of the CW drama returns Wednesday, January 15 at 8p.


NUVOtv is spreading the Joy. The English-language net targeting Latinos will run The Christmas Joy Marathon all day on Sunday, December 22, featuring House of Joy’s Rodney Jenkins, his wife, singer Joy Enriquez and their eight children.

Syndicated Live with Kelly and Michael invites renowned chefs to share their favorite recipes during “All-Star Chef’s Holiday Home Cooking Week,” December 16-20. Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Daniel Boulud are among the luminaries stirring things up.

Comedian Ryan Stout hosts “six hours of uncensored stand-up” on AXS TV New Year’s Eve special Gotham Comedy Live marathon, starting at 6p. Electronic dance music takes over at 12a, with David Guetta Live in Concert

MTV ushers out 2013 with Girl Code Presents: New Year’s Code, featuring cast members from Girl Code and Guy Code offering tips for midnight kisses and late morning hangovers, and live hits from Times Square. Special airs December 31 at 10p.



As U.K.’s BBC prepares to institute governance reforms, industry veteran Howard Stringer, former CEO of Sony and former president of CBS, has been appointed to the net’s executive board as a non-executive director, effective January 1.

ITV Studios Global Entertainment announced it has renewed its multi-year output deal with Seven in Australia. Among Seven’s acquisitions in the agreement are Jeremy Piven drama Mr. Selfridge and documentary Gator Boys.

Program Call:Cynopsis Media will be producing our annual NATPE Shopping Guide sent to all Cynopsis and Cynopsis Kids subscribers on Thursday, January 23, 2014, the week before NATPE Market and Conference 2014 opens at the Fontainebleau Resort, Miami Beach. If your company is an official exhibitor at NATPE 2014, please email Lynn Leahey at: [email protected] for details on how to submit listings.



Sarah Palin is coming to Sportsman Channel.
The original Mama Grizzly returns to unscripted TV to host Sportsman
Channel’s all new original
series AmazingAmerica with Sarah Palin.
America’s First Lady of the Outdoors journeys into Red, WILD & BlueSM America
and tells the stories of the people and places that make this country AMAZING!

Mama Grizzly is ready to Roar.
AmazingAmerica with Sarah Palin premieres April 2014 exclusively on Sportsman Channel


CBS‘s The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was the top-rated show Tuesday night with 3.4/10 in A18-49, enough to knock NBC‘s The Voice, which dropped three tenths week to week for 3.1/9, off its demo perch. Among total viewers, Secret saw its third biggest audience ever (9.71 million viewers), after its bow in 2002, and in 2011. ABC‘s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. dropped five-tenths to 2.1/6 in A18-49.

Sons of Anarchy‘s season six finale on Tuesday was most-watched finale in the history of the FX drama (5.2 million total viewers). With its encore telecast, the ep delivered 6.4 million viewers and 4.3 million A18-49.

TNT boasts four of basic cable’s top 15 original series for 2013 year-to-date, more than any other network. Rizzoli & Isles brought over 8.3 million viewers in Live + 7 delivery for the first half of season four during the summer; Major Crimes is drawing 6.9 million viewers in Live + 7 for season two, airing Mondays at 9p; Falling Skies attracted 5.6 million viewers in Live+ 7 for season three, and crime drama Perception drew 5.5 million viewers in Live + 7 for its second season.

Court show Judge Judy was up 4 percent in the November sweep race versus last year with a 7.5 HH rating, to make it the number one show in syndication. Steve Harvey (1.8, up 38 percent) and Wendy Williams (1.4/up 40 percent) scored the biggest year-to-year increases in talk, with Dr. Phil the top talk show once again with 3.4.

Citing preliminary numbers from Nielsen, Adult Swim reports it’s on track to achieve its most-watched year in its 12-year history among targeted adult demos. Year over year, A18-34 prime time average delivery increased by 20 percent (to 558,000), A18-49 increased 17 percent (to 785,000) and M18-34 got a 29 percent bump (to 310,000).

The Deer Valley Celebrity Skifest aired on CBS on Sunday, scoring 55 percent over last year (1.7/3 HH rating in metered markets). The Juma Entertainment production tied NBC‘s PGA golf, with Tiger Woods in a playoff.

Top 11 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of  11/25/13-11/29/13 ranked in order by A18-49 Rtg

Big Bang Theory (WB)


Modern Family (2/T)


Family Guy  (2/T)


Judge Judy (CTD)


Wheel of Fortune (CTD)


Two and a Half Men (WB)


Family Feud (2/T)


Jeopardy (CTD)


How I Met Your Mother (2/T)


King of the Hill (2/T)


Cleveland Show (2/T)


Top 10 M-F Syndicated Strip Series for the week of  11/25/13-11/29/13 ranked in order by HH Rtg

Judge Judy (CTD)


Wheel of Fortune (CTD)


Jeopardy (CTD)


Big Bang Theory (WB)


Family Feud (2/T)


Modern Family  (2/T)


Entertainment Tonight (CTD)


Two and a Half Men (WB)


Dr. Phil Show (CTD)


Inside Edition (CTD)


Source: Nielsen Media Research







Tuesday A18-49 Analysis: CBS got the most A18-49 viewers with 2.9/8, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. CBSs NCIS earned 2.9/9 at 8p, followed by 2.1/6 for ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. NBC’s The Voice took the top spot in the 9p hour with 3.1/6, versus 2.4/6 for CBS’s NCIS: Los Angeles. CBS’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show strutted away at 10p with 3.4/10; NBC’s Chicago Fire settled for second with 2.2/6.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 – time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.  



NCIS 11/8/18, NCIS: Los Angeles 9.6/15, Victorias Secret Fashion Show 6.1/10



Biggest Loser 4.0/6, The Voice 7.0/11, Chicago Fire 5.9/10



American Country Awards 3.2/5



Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 3.8/6, The Goldbergs 2.9/4, Trophy Wife 2.3/3, What Would You Do? 2.0/3



Por Siempre Mi Amor 1.7/3, Que Vida Me Robo 1.9/3, Mentir Para Vivir 1.6/3



Criminal Minds .9/1, Criminal Minds 1.0/2, Criminal Minds 1.2 /2



Marido el Alquiler .8/1, Reina Sur .9/1, Santa Diabla .7/1



iHeartradio Katy Perry .5/1, iHeartradio Lady Gaga .3/0



Cineplex.3/0, Cineplex .2/0


A18-49:  CBS 2.9/8, NBC 2.4/7, ABC 1.5/4, FOX 1.4/4, UNI 1.2/4, TELE .6/2, ION .5/1, CW .2/1, UMA .2/1


Tom Ascheim was named President of ABC Family. Ascheim has served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Nickelodeon and CEO of Newsweek.

Jennifer Sabatelle was promoted to Senior Vice President, Communications for CBS Sports. Sabatelle had been Vice President, Communications.

Pivot named Jennie Morris as Senior Vice President, Acquisitions and Operations and Jerry Blake as Senior Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs. Most recently, Morris was Vice President of Affiliate Marketing for AMC/Sundance Channel Global, and Blake focused on U.S. distribution at BBC Worldwide Americas.

Sirens Media tapped Stuart Zwagil to serve as Chief Operating Officer. Previously, Zwagil was Senior Vice President of 44 Blue Productions.

SpotGenie Partners added three people to its sales team: Robert Porter as Senior Vice President National Sales; Douglas Williamson, Vice President, Regional Sales and Greg Stirling, Director of Regional Sales.


Actor Don Mitchell died on December 8. He was 70. Mitchell played Mark Sanger, assistant to Ironside in the 1967-1975 drama, and guested on TV shows including I Dream of Jeannie, Wonder Woman and Matlock.


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ABC: Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal
CBS: The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, The Crazy Ones, Two and a Half Men, Elementary
CW: The Vampire Diaries, Reign
FOX: The X Factor, Glee
ION: Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds
MyTV: House, House
NBC: The Sing-Off, Sean Saves the World, The Michael J. Fox Show, Parenthood
PBS: This Old House Hour [r], Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Frontline
TELE: La Antesala a la Gran Final, Futbol Mexicano Primera Division
UMA: Santa Buddies, Dragon Wars
Univision: Por Siempre Mi Amor, Lo Que la Vida Me Robo, Mentir Para Vivir

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