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February 27, 2013News for the cable and broadband industry

  Business News 
  • AMC Networks finished 2012 on strong ad note
    AMC Networks in the fourth quarter generated a 16% rise in ad revenue to $157 million on total revenue of $339 million, a 10.8% increase compared with the same period in 2011. Distribution revenue grew by 6.8% to $182 million. However, AMC saw its profit for the quarter fall by nearly half to $15.2 million due to DISH Network's temporarily dropping its channels because of a disagreement related to AMC's VOOM HD network. MediaPost Communications/MediaDailyNews (2/26), Home Media Magazine (2/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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Report: Top 100 E-Retailers’ Email Strategies
Find out how leading e-retailers are using email to welcome new users, recover abandoned shopping carts, and grab customer attention. Learn what companies are doing right, what they can do to improve engagement, and get recommendations on how to make your emails stand out. Download the report
  Programming News 
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Making the Most of Parcel Boundary Data
For a growing list of industries, the importance and widening use of parcel boundary and property data continues to grow. Thankfully, alternatives to traditional parcel acquisition efforts are now available through cost-effective and ready to use solutions. Read our guide to smart decision-making using parcel boundary data
  Eye on Video 
  • YouTube gives users choice of pre-roll ad or commercial breaks
    YouTube is in the testing phase of pre-roll ads that are similar to those on Hulu. Users can choose between having a longer ad of 30 seconds to two minutes before the video or several short ad breaks during a clip. If no choice is made, the clip will be shown with commercial breaks tied to its running time. (2/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Marketing Trends 
  • Nick offers new slate geared toward "post-millennials"
    Nickelodeon, with its ratings recovering among viewers aged 2 to 11, is putting a special focus on "post-millennials" -- those born after 2005 -- via new animated and live-action comedy programming, educational preschool shows and content for new platforms, executives said at its upfront. Among Nick's new animated offerings will be 26-episode runs of Ubisoft's "Rabbids" as well as "Monsters vs. Aliens," in partnership with DreamWorks Animation. Live-action series will include three family sitcoms and "Nick Studio 10," a live comedy that was originally developed for its smartphone-tablet application. Adweek (2/26), Advertising Age (tiered subscription model) (2/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • W+K warns of "liquid gold diggers" in Velveeta twist
    Wieden+Kennedy's latest work for Kraft Food Group's Velveeta takes an "edgier" tone in addressing modern moms, writes Karlene Lukovitz. Spots invent a category of men called "liquid gold diggers" who will suck up to women just for their Velveeta dishes. The "liquid gold" tagline is playing off a theme the agency invented last year for Velveeta Shells & Cheese and Cheesy Skillets. MediaPost Communications/Marketing Daily (2/26) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  Association News 
  • Infographic simplifies new CTAM membership structure
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  • CTAM Wired takes a leap into the future
    Major digital platform providers such as Google, Apple, Microsoft and even Amazon have set their sights on the TV -- what they see as the next screen to dominate. The existing TV service providers, programmers and advertisers aren't going to take this lying down. Discover why consumers are shifting their use of the TV and the opportunity it is creating for platform providers to make a play for the future of the living room during the next CTAM Wired on March 20 at 4 p.m. ET. Register now. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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