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1/15/2021

HBO Max's 22% discount for customers who sign up for 10 months in advance will continue until March. The deal had originally been scheduled to expire on Jan. 15.

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1/15/2021

Scott Frank, who co-created "The Queen's Gambit," will reportedly develop a limited series for FX based on Mary Doria Russell's "The Sparrow." The sci-fi novel centers on a Jesuit group that meets extraterrestrial life forms, and their subsequent secret mission.

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1/15/2021

Samsung is offering a trio of Galaxy S21 phones, all of which feature C-band support for 5G as well as camera and video improvements, with stylus support in the premium Ultra version. The prices of the basic S21 and the S21 Plus are considerably lower than those of their S20 predecessors.

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1/15/2021

As the broadcast and media industry continues to evolve at a rapid pace, TV Tech is hosting a week-long series of events in March to discuss how the industry is responding to these changes. We’re calling it “The Tech Leadership Series.”

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1/15/2021

Streamland Media and Technicolor have come to an agreement that would see the Technicolor Post business transfer to Streamland.

1/15/2021

Fujifilm has unveiled its new Fujinon Premista 19-45mm T2.9-inch lens, a wide-angle zoom lens that supports large-format sensors and can deliver high resolution, bokeh and tonal images with HDR.

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1/15/2021

Working to drive subscriber growth for its HBO Max streaming service, WarnerMedia has announced the extension of its popular bulk payment promotion. The deal, which trims 22% (or $3.33) off the regular $14.99 HBO Max subscription price is available to customers willing to put down $69.99 to commit to the SVOD service for 10 months. The promo had been set to expire Friday.

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1/15/2021

As the historic events unfolded on Capitol Hill during the afternoon and evening of Jan. 6, people around the world tuned into news networks and social media to follow what was happening. The TV networks also harnessed social platforms such as YouTube to share breaking news, videos and more as the Capitol was thrown into chaos.

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1/15/2021

When it comes to ATSC 3.0 tests, there is a common desire to share findings with other broadcasters, whether competitors or not, to make it easier for every broadcaster to succeed with 3.0.

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1/15/2021

As the broadcast and media industry continues to evolve at a rapid pace, TV Tech is hosting a week-long series of events in March to discuss how the industry is responding to these changes. We’re calling it “The Tech Leadership Series.”

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