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Saturday, January 14, 2017
Woody Allen Amazon Signs Woody Allen to Create His First TV Show

Amazon Studios Jan. 13 announced it has signed Oscar-winning director Woody Allen to create his first-ever TV series for Amazon Prime Instant Video. All episodes of the unnamed project will be written and directed by the 79-year-old Allen.

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Deloitte Puts Reality Check on SVOD

A recent report by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited in the United Kingdom implies that while Netflix’s market trajectory continues to expand, the impact of the SVOD leader, together with rivals Amazon Prime Instant Video and Hulu Plus, on the pay-TV ecosystem remains minimal.

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GameStop Going to the Cloud to Connect With In-Store Consumers

Video game retailer GameStop is licensing new cloud-based technology from Microsoft to better connect with consumers — in stores. While most shoppers and GameStop store personnel are well-versed in the nuances and tech surrounding gaming, the retailer aims to enhance the in-store engagement in interactive, informative and entertaining ways.

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Jocelyn Diaz Epix Hires Disney Executive for Original Programming

Entertainment network Epix Jan. 13 said it has hired Jocelyn Diaz as EVP of original programming. Diaz, former VP of production at Walt Disney Studios, has more than 12 years experience producing and overseeing TV series and films at Disney, HBO and ABC Television.


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Ross Levinsohn Ross Levinsohn Joins Vubiquity Board

Vubiquity, a multiplatform video services company, Jan. 13 announced it has named Ross Levinsohn to its board of directors. Levinsohn, who was interim CEO at Yahoo, and before that president of Fox Interactive Media, brings a wealth of experience in media and consumer entertainment services.

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'Gone Girl' Deal Found

Merchandising: None of the new releases Jan. 13 had any special exclusives attached to them at the major retail chains. But Target did offer a promotion for Fox’s new 'Gone Girl' DVD and Blu-ray.

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