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    What WarnerMedia’s Bold New Hire Means for Its FutureThe company’s Jason Kilar era begins.
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    NBC’s Peacock Pushes Forward Without the OlympicsThe decision to postpone the Tokyo games will deprive the new streaming service of its biggest promotional platform.
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    Disney+ Arriving in Europe, Unlikely to Want for AudienceAs quarantined parents in the U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, and Switzerland all exhale at once.
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    What Happens Now for the TV Industry?The entire TV business has come to a halt because of the coronavirus. Here are five proposals for what to do next.
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    What Does a Pandemic Mean For the New Streaming Services?Quibi and other platforms will arrive during a complicated time.
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    FX Boss John Landgraf Finally Joins the Streaming WarsThe cable veteran sees FX on Hulu as a path to the future. Is he right?
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    A Tale of Two Bobs: What Disney’s CEO Shake-up Means for HollywoodIt’s no exaggeration to say Tinseltown has no clue who Bob Chapek is.
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    Has Netflix Finally Figured Out Reality TV?With buzzy new shows like Love Is Blind, The Circle, and Cheer, Netflix’s unscripted division has been on a tear this year.
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    Netflix’s Dating Around Is Finally Returning for a Second SeasonSeason two was filmed in New Orleans and will debut later this year.
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    Why NBC Is Telling You to Watch NetflixNetworks are getting more and more cozy with their streaming rivals.
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    Netflix Changed the Way It’s Counting Viewers. Does the Math Add Up?This week’s edition of Buffering takes a closer look at Netflix’s new metrics.
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    As Netflix Collects Oscar Noms, Peacock Spreads Its FeathersWelcome to Buffering, a new Vulture column devoted to streaming TV.