caption “The Office” source NBC NBCUniversal will launch its own ad-supported streaming service in 2020. NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke told The Wall Street Journal that the company could consider moving “The Office” from Netflix to the new service. “The Office” and NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” are two of Netflix’s most popular shows, according to data from analytics firm Jumpshot provided to Business Insider. Netflix has been investing heavily in original content as more companies enter the streaming war. When Netflix first launched its streaming platform over a decade ago, it used a big catalog of traditional TV shows to kickstart viewership. Now, as more media giants plan to launch their own streaming competitors, Netflix is in jeopardy of losing some of its most popular shows. NBCUniversal announced Monday that it plans to launch its own ad-supported streaming service in 2020 that would be free to … [Read more...] about NBC says it may eventually pull ‘The Office’ off Netflix to fuel its own streaming service, and other popular shows could follow
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Cynthia Needham Globe Staff December 19, 2018 We here in the Globe newsroom are big “Jeopardy!” fans. And let’s face it, if you’re reading this story, there’s a good chance you are you, too. So when we heard our own Carrie Blazina had been selected as a contestant, we had lots of questions. Like how do you cram for a show that’s just as apt to ask about hair bands as it is to quiz players on the periodic table? Do you need a buzzer strategy? And what’s the real dirt on Alex Trebek? Blazina, a Globe copy editor who will appear on Thursday night’s episode, sat down with us after she returned from taping. Turns out she tried out for the show a full year ago. When she never heard back, she assumed she’d been passed over, until one day this fall when she got a call at her desk telling her she’d been selected to … [Read more...] about A Globe journalist will appear on ‘Jeopardy!’ Thursday. Here are just a few secrets she spilled
As people continue to purchase tens of millions of smart speakers around the world, the Echo Dot and Home Mini continue to lead global sales by the numbers. But the new twist we collectively witnessed in the past year was the emergence of the smart display, a new category of devices that gives the likes of Alexa and Google Assistant a visual interface. These new devices let you watch videos, see the latest photos of friends and family, and give you visuals when you ask questions — but there’s more to it than that. With nearly half of all Google Assistant interactions this year combining voice and touch to get things done, smart displays could be on the rise. So which has the best features? Which is right for your home? In this article we draw on learnings from reviews of the Portal, Echo Show, and Home Hub and take a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages that each of these smart displays brings to market. Amazon Echo Show The first Amazon Echo Show was a bit meh. … [Read more...] about Amazon Echo Show vs. Facebook Portal vs. Google Home Hub: Which speaks to you?
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 4:08 pm CST, Wednesday, November 14, 2018 "So excited to tape clues today for Jeopardy! At the Witte Museum. Had to sign a SUPER Confidentiality agreement- can’t tell even tell my husband. Don’t know when it will air- so honored to represent KENS5 and San Antonio. Enjoyed working with Katye Brought at The Witte," Deborah Knapp told her Facebook followers. less "So excited to tape clues today for Jeopardy! At the Witte Museum. Had to sign a SUPER Confidentiality agreement- can’t tell even tell my husband. Don’t know when it will air- so honored to represent KENS5 ... more Photo: Facebook Screengrab Photo: Facebook Screengrab Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 "So excited to tape clues today for … [Read more...] about KENS 5 anchorwoman Deborah Knapp will represent San Antonio on Jeopardy!
I’ll take “Jeopardy!” facts for $1,000, Alex.Now in its 35th season, “Jeopardy!” is one of the most popular game shows on television, with 34 Daytime Emmy Awards under its belt. Every night since its inception, millions of Americans have sat glued to their TV sets, blurting out answers to clues that host Alex Trebek gives to the contestants. The high-intensity game really challenges your knowledge of history and current events in a fun, competitive way.But what goes on behind the scenes of “Jeopardy!”? You might be surprised. A Lot Of People Want To Be On ‘Jeopardy!’ The “Jeopardy!” applicant pool is huge. Hundreds of thousands of people take the online “Jeopardy!” test each year to see if they qualify to be a contestant. The most recent test attracted about 80,000 applicants, according to the Detroit Free Press.The Online Test Can Be Nerve-Wracking Quick thinking is important when you’re … [Read more...] about Behind-the-scenes secrets of ‘Jeopardy!’