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Single women are purchasing homes at nearly 2X the rate of single men
Even better: 45% of Oxygen-watching Single Women own homes.

Purchases of appliances, furniture, carpet, tile, paint and, yes, shingles tend to follow.

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Good morning. It’s Tuesday, July 30, 2013, and this is your first early morning briefing.

Tonight’s Premieres:
CNBC: The Profit at 10p
CW: Capture at 9p

Tonight’s Finale:
Discovery: Deadliest Catch at 9p

A new study says Netflix streaming is not siphoning off TV viewers. A survey of TiVo subscribers by TiVo Research and Analytics from November 2012 through April 2013 found no significant difference in TV viewing among TiVo subscribers who had Netflix and those who didn’t.  “Our data show that Netflix is not currently a substitute for traditional television,” said TiVo research and analytics CEO Mark Lieberman. “The future of television may tell a different story, but as of today we’ve found that the Netflix subscribers in our study are not watching less traditional TV.”


CBS CEO Leslie Moonves was in the hot seat on Monday, answering questions at the TCA about Big Brother‘s controversial fifteenth season. Several housemates used racial slurs, which appeared on live feeds, then aired on the show (along with an apology for the offensive behavior). “Big Brother is obviously a social experiment,” said Moonves. “I find some of the behavior absolutely appalling, personally. Obviously it makes a lot of us uncomfortable. [But] I think we handled it the way we should have.”

Dismissing the demos: Also at the TCA, CBS chief research officer David Poltrack said advertisers are moving past the A18-49 audience, and for good reason. Not only has the demo been in decline  62% of the population in 2002 versus 55% today  but young adults watch much less television. “I can assure you that the overwhelming majority of big advertisers care about far more than that audience,” he said, “and are in fact no longer looking at age and gender alone.” When Cynopsis asked Poltrack the big question- i.e., how close we are to having a consistent, billable, and metric of measurement across platforms  he said, “We’re getting there; One that we would all be comfortable with and rely on is still a few years away. But we’re making progress.”

Arsenio Hall also joked at the TCA that he just come from the courthouse, where he was trying to change his name to Jimmy. But he also talked more seriously about the late-night show arena, in which he’ll be competing come September 9. “I’m going to be reaching out to fans everywhere. Everyone talked about competing against Johnny [Carson] when I was a young man, but that really wasn’t what it was about. If you liked what Johnny did, you stayed with Johnny. I found that people wanted something that didn’t exist on the Carson show. And that’s what I’m going to do this time around [too].”

Publicis Groupe chief exec Maurice Levy and Omnicom Group chief John Wren took to the airwaves to discuss the mega-merger between their companies that’s rattling the media world. “We are months and months away from having finished the transaction because of all of the regulatory approvals we have to get,” Wren said on Bloomberg TV‘s Market Makers Monday morning. “And our plan, each of us separately, will be to sit down with your major clients and discuss their needs, our needs, and whether we can develop a meaningful solution to any issues that they have. We have plenty of time to do that and we will do that.” As for achieving $500 million in synergies without layoffs, Wren said, “It is quite possible… the pure strength and complementary nature of both organizations will generate efficiencies that should be very reasonable to achieve, given the size of the companies and how much is spent. It is not that big of a number.” Levy said the reaction of employees has been “overwhelmingly positive… They love the idea of cross opportunities with our companies.”

REELZCHANNEL debuts Hollywood Hillbillies in January 2014, as YouTube‘s Michael “The Angry Ginger’ and his family move from rural Georgia to LA. “We knew we had a tiger by the tail when this cast came to us,” REELZ CEO Stan E. Hubbard tells Cynopsis. “It’s a fun take on an old story. Moving from a slow-paced, values-oriented life and going to Hollywood is a jaw-dropping change.” The popularity enjoyed by shows based in the south (A&E‘s Duck Dynasty, History‘s Swamp People) isn’t lost on Hubbard. “When Asylum Entertainment pitched us the idea, we knew a southern family can resonate, and it helped our decision,” says the exec. “Though this family would be entertaining no matter where they came from.”

Pressure is building on NBC to address Russia’s new anti-gay legislation in advance of the Winter Olympics in Sochi. NBC Sports chief Mark Lazarus said the International Olympic Committee has been assured “there will not be any issues regarding what takes place during the Games,” adding, “We don’t believe in the spirit of the law” and “hope that the Olympic spirit will win out.” Meanwhile the Athlete Ally movement has gained Olympic gold medalist diver Greg Louganis as an ambassador in efforts to support gay Olympians. Athlete Ally Board member Brendon Ayanbadejo said of Louganis, “His reputation as a world-class athlete and outspoken LGBT activist makes him just the person to lead this campaign.”

Ovation is teaming with Conde Nast Entertainment to launch The Fashion Fund, a six-parter about the ten fashion designers competing to be the 2013 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner. “This is the real deal,” said Ovation chief creative officer Robert Weiss. “There have been a lot of fashion competition series on television, but nothing comes close to matching the authenticity and talent found on The Fashion Fund.” Series launches in December 2013.

Let’s get digital: The Directors Guild has announced that digitally distributed series are eligible to compete against conventional programs for its awards in drama and comedy series, miniseries, documentary, reality and children’s programming, as well as in the newly created variety, talk, news or sports, and specials categories. In a blow to soaps, daytime dramas will now compete against their primetime counterparts. Awards will be handed out on Saturday, January 25.

Charisma Carpenter (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), who hosts Investigation Discovery‘s Surviving Evil and was herself held a gunpoint in 1991, says she hopes the 10-episode series inspires people. “What happened to me was terrifying, but I knew from the moment I fought back and survived that I wanted to use the experience as a force for good,” she tells Cynopsis. “I am looking forward to telling my story, as it is my hope that someone watching may be inspired to find the strength to survive their own personal battle.” Premiere is Wednesday, August 28 at 10p.

MTV‘s Catfish reeled in more tweets than any other show last week, according to Nielsen‘s SocialGuide, with a whopping 511,226 on Tuesday, July 23. VH1‘s Love 7 Hip Hop: Atlanta was a close second, with 504,301.

Reality competition Fashion Star has been snuffed out by NBC. Changes in season two failed to ignite ratings; the season finale in May got a disappointing .5 rating in A18-49.

Though gossip sites have Lindsay Lohan headed for Europe following her 90-day rehab stint, E! is reporting the troubled star will guest host Chelsea Lately next week, starting Monday, August 5 at 11p.

Pretty Little LiarsLucy Hale and Glee‘s Darren Criss will co-host The Teen Choice Awards for Fox, joining a crew of teen-friendly talent like Demi Lovato and hot boy band The Wanted. Show airs on Sunday, August 11 at 8.

Life getting a little too real for Real Housewives of New Jersey couple Joe and Teresa Giudice. An indictment on Monday accuses them of bank and bankruptcy fraud.  RHONJ is the midst of season five on Bravo.

Gaumont International Television has inked a deal with Fox Broadcasting Co. to develop two dramas, with at least one guaranteed a 13-episode order. GIT is off to a good start: its first two original series, NBC‘s Hannibal and Netflix‘s Hemlock Grove, have both been picked up for sophomore seasons.

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It will come as surprise to no one that CBS has renewed its summer hit, Under the Dome. The drama returns in summer 2014 with 13 new episodes, the first one written by Stephen King, author of the novel the series is based on. 

An even bigger Bang: CBS is sending The Big Bang Theory into its seventh season with a one-hour premiere on September 26 at 8p, leading into the series debut of The Crazy Ones at 9p. Freshman The Millers will slide into its 8:30p Thursday slot the following week. “The Millers came out phenomenally well,” CBS honcho Les Moonves tells Cynopsis, “much better than it seemed on paper. I think Dylan McDermott is giving the performance of his life.”

CW is bringing back improv comedy Whose Line Is It Anyway? for season two, with an order for 24 episodes. The show’s premiere this summer was CW’s most-watched show in its time period in almost five years (2.9 million Tuesday at 8p).

Online reality spoof Burning Love is returning to E! for seasons two and three. The series, from Ben Stiller’s Red Hour Digital, aired on E! in the spring. Joining the cast are Jerry McConnell, Michael Cera, Adam Brody and Colin Hanks.

REELZCHANNEL is heading for the Hills. The net has picked up Beverly Hills Pawn for season two, starting Wednesday, November 6 at 9p.


Sinclair Broadcast has struck a deal with Allbritton for its seven ABC Network affiliate stations, as well as NewsChannel 8, a D.C. cable/satellite news network. Pending regulatory approval, the agreement will give Sinclair a reach of over 38% of U.S. TV households.

Girls gone digital: HBO‘s Girls: The Complete Second Season will be distributed digitally on Monday, August 5. That’s the week before it hits Blu-Ray on Tuesday, August 13.


Don’t blame the net for Cote de Pablo‘s exit from NCIS, said CBS CEO Leslie Moonves at the TCA. Facing fan campaigns to do whatever it takes to get the star back for season eleven, Moonves said he’s already tried: “We offered Cote de Pablo a lot of money. And then we offered her even more money…. It was purely her decision.”

CBS This Morning anchor Charlie Rose let it slip to a HuffPost reporter at a Q&A in New York on Sunday that he’ll be making a guest appearance on AMC‘s Breaking Bad. Who will he play? “He could be anyone,” teased show creator Vince Gilligan.

Friday Night Lights alum Jurnee Smollett is headed for NBC‘s Parenthood in a recurring role. Smollett will play Heather Hall, a feisty campaign manager. Season five premiere is Thursday, September 26 at 10p.

James LeGros (Ally McBeal, Girls) will join ABC’s Revenge for season three, in the recurring role of Father Paul.

Regina King is returning for season seven of The Big Bang Theory as a human resources exec at the university. King starred in TNT‘s canceled drama Southland.

Lars Mikkelsen will play a Sherlock Holmes nemesis on the U.K.’s Sherlock, which airs here on PBS Masterpiece. Season three launches in 2014.


Davis Entertainment follows up its success selling Ironside and The Blacklist to NBC with a first look television deal with Sony Pictures. Projects will include both broadcast and cable.

Jay Roach is on board to direct potential HBO comedy The Third Coast, joining Annette Bening as a casting director in New Mexico, and writer Paul Rudnick.

Charlize Theron‘s production company Denver & Delilah is partnering with the reality show vets at Bunim-Murray Prods. (The Real World, Project Runway) to develop and produce reality programming.


Variety reports that 20th Century Fox TV is looking at cable syndication deals for The Simpsons. With a library of more than 500 eps, the cartoon could rake in more than $1 billion for the company. A deal would not affect existing agreements with TV stations, and would not mean cancellation; new eps of the series, which bowed in 1989, would continue.


Germany pay TV group Sky Deutschland has secured exclusive rights in the territory to MGM movies including Skyfall for its Sky Anytime and Sky Go services, as well as upcoming films like Carrie.

Chinese regulators are continuing to set limits on TV talent competitions. The State General Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television is aiming to curb the duration of production, and set limits on scheduling, to “avoid repetition of similar programs and offer audiences more choices.” In 2011, regulators limited broadcast times to curb “excessive entertainment and low taste.”

Viacom Intl. Media Networks has ended its deal with Brazil’s Grupo Abril and will launch MTV on Brazil’s Pay-TV platform. The new channel will include a mix of 40% local programming, 50% global hits dubbed into Portuguese and 10% music. Debut is in October.

Former CNN host Larry King‘s half-hour political talk show, Politicking with Larry King, will be available to 600 million TV viewers around the world. RT, a net funded by the Russian government, has made a deal with show producer Ora TV to reach about 30% of all pay TV subscribers globally, per Ora. “I’m trying to take over the world,” joked King.


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Christina Miller, SVP + SVP & GM, Turner Sports Strategy, Marketing, & Programming + NBA Digital (NBAD)
Lydia Murphy-Stephans, President, Pac-12 Networks
Rebecca O’Sullivan Schulte, President, Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic


Friday A18-49 Analysis: Univision won the night among the A18-49 viewers at 1.6/6, according to final primetime national ratings from Nielsen. At 8p, Univision’s Porque el Amor Manda’s 1.5/6 doused Shark Tank’s 1.1/5 for ABC. Univision’s lead built at 9p, with 2.1/8 for Amores Verdaderos versus 1.0/4 for NBC’s Dateline. At 10p, Telemundo’s Senor de los Cielos snatched the lead with 1.3/5 to the 1.2/4 Que Bonito Amor earned for Univision.

Live + Same Day Household Ratings: Friday, July 28, 2013 time period averages.  Source: NTI, Galaxy as dated. Live+SD.

CBS 3.2/6 ACM: Tim McGraw [r] 2.9/6, Blue Bloods 3.4/6
NBC 2.8/6 Camp [r] 1.3/3, Dateline 4.1/8
ABC 2.6/5 Shark Tank [r] 3.16/, Would You Fall For That? 2.1/4, 20/20 2.5/5
UNI 2.0/4 Porque al Amor Manda 1.8/4, Amores Verdaderos 2.6/5, Que Bonito Amor 1.7/3
FOX 1.5/3 Bones [r] 2.0/4, The Following [r] 1.0/2
TELE .9/1 Dama y Obrero .6/1, Marido en Alquiler .7/1, Senor de los Cielos 1.3/2
ION .6/1 Cold Case [r] .7/1, Cold Case [r] .6/1, Cold Case [r] .6/1
CW .4/1 iHeartRadio Pool Party [r] .4/1
UMA .2/0 Cineplex .2/0

A18-49:   UNI 1.6/6, ABC .9/4, CBS .8/3, NBC .8/3, TELE .7/3, FOX .5/2, CW .2/1, ION .2/1, UNA .1/0


Bloomberg LP announced that Justin B. Smith will become CEO of Bloomberg Media Group. Smith was president of Atlantic Media, where he oversaw the transformation of The Atlantic from a print to a multi-platform franchise. Smith will report to LP CEO and president Daniel L. Doctoroff, who said his new hire’s “deep understanding of the media and vision for its future makes him an ideal fit at Bloomberg as we continue to transform and expand our media businesses worldwide.” Smith starts September 16.

Animal Planet has upped Brian Eley to vp of communications and Tahli Kouperstein to senior director of publicity. Eley is in New York; Kouperstein is based in Silver Spring, MD.

TV news vet David Chalian will serve as supervising producer of CNN‘s Crossfire. Chalain was let go from ABC News and Yahoo! last year after a comment he made about Republicans was caught on a microphone.

Digital animation company Pixeldust Studios has appointed Julie Fischer as senior visual effects producer.

Cinema advertising’s Screenvision has added Joseph P. Snyder as director of sales for the southeast region. Snyder will work out of the company’s Jacksonville office.


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This Day In History sponsored by Discovery Fit & Health:
1976 – Bruce Jenner set the world record winning the decathlon at the Montreal Olympics.

Answer to Our Last Trivia Question: Which band was The Brady Bunch‘s (1969-1974) Greg playing with when he was caught smoking? The Banana Convention. (And thank you to those who pointed out that Jill Clayburgh was an Oscar-nominated, not Oscar-winning actress.) Kudos to: Marc Weiner-Al Jazeera America/NYC,Tom Winiarski-Turner Entertainment/NY, Ellen Davis-Ellen Davis Creative/NY,Jerehmy White-BusyBuddy Books, Inc./Glen Rock, NJ, Cynthia New-Charter/Cape Girardeau, MO, Tom Moore-Kalt Productions/LA, David Westberg-SAG-AFTRA/LA, Susan Nessenbaum-Goldberg-M and S Entertainment/LA.

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ABC: Extreme Weight Loss, Body of Proof [r]
CBS: NCIS [r], NCIS: Los Angeles [r], Person of Interest [r]
CW: Whose Line Is it Anyway, Whose Line Is it Anyway, Capture[p]
FOX: So You Think You Can Dance
ION: Criminal Minds [r], Criminal Minds [r], Criminal Minds[r]
MyTV: House [r], House [r]
NBC: Hollywood Game Night [r], America’s Got Talent
PBS: A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway [r], Great Old Amusement Parks [r], Frontline
Telemundo: Dama y Obrero, Merdo en Alquiler, El Senor de los Cielos
UMA: El Octagono, Invasion Robotica
Univision: Porque el Amor Manda, La Tempestad, Que Bonito Amor

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