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Fall TV 2016 – NBC Data Guru Alan Wurtzel on How People Watch TV – And Want to Watch

Alan Wurtzel, NBC’s President of Research and Media Development, barely finished speaking to television critics at last summer’s TCA fall TV event about new TV viewing behaviors before Deadline.com summarized his presentation into a succinct headline: “Viewers Won’t Adopt Existing Series If They Can’t Easily Access All Past Episodes.” Sound familiar? It should to those […]

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This Is Fall TV 2016 – Early Picks

Long before viewers decide which new TV shows to watch, critics decide which shows are worth watching, and though summer is just reaching its peak, several series, among the nearly 20 on tap to debut, are already getting must-watch buzz. Let’s take a look at three (and stay tuned for more in coming weeks): NBC […]

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Jazz Jennings, star of I Am Jazz, which returns for a second season on Wednesday, June 8. (Mark DeLong/TLC)

Transgender Teen Activist Jazz Jennings: ‘I’m OK Being Called a Badass’

It’s 11 am on Monday morning, and transgender activist and totally cool teenager Jazz Jennings is ensconced in a conference room at Random House headquarters in New York City. The 15-year-old knows she’s at her publisher’s office because the room is lined with books, including her new memoir, Being Jazz: My Life as a (Transgender) […]

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Jazz Jennings stars in the ground-breaking series I Am Jazz. (TLC)

I Am Jazz – Season 2 Preview

The first season of I Am Jazz on TLC showcased the courage, heart, and humor of 15-year-old Jazz Jennings as cameras documented her triumphs and struggles from the perspective of a transgender teen. Now, as the show returns for a second season, on June 8, Jazz is back with her supportive parents, Greg and Jeanette, […]

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