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Houellebecq's Muslim France novel to be made into TV series

Paris - A television version of French novelist Michel Houellebecq's most controversial book is in the pipeline, its backers said Wednesday.

TG Sheppard and Kelly Lang announce 'Look Who's Coming to Dinner'

Country stars TG Sheppard and Kelly Lang have announced their new national television series, "Look Who's Coming to Dinner."

Meet Connie and Chrissy of 'Date Night with Connie & Chrissy' Special

Woodbury - On August 10, I sat down and interviewed TV hosts Connie Henriquez and Chrissy Bogue of the TV series "Date Night with Connie & Chrissy."

Scott Takeda discusses upcoming acting projects in film and TV Special

Actor, producer and director Scott Takeda chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming acting projects in film and television.

Roku announces plans to build its own voice assistant

Roku, manufacturer of streaming media players, has announced it's planning an expansion into home audio that will include its own digital voice assistant. The company will license its technology to manufacturers of smart speakers and soundbars.

Why companies like Facebook and Netflix will rule TV's future

BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti has a vision of the future of TV-style shows, and if it’s true, the cable TV industry should be getting nervous.

Google brings digital assistance to watching TV

Google has announced that Google Assistant is now available on Android TV. The launch comes with several TV-focused voice commands that help you start watching a show, find out what it's about and interact with apps. It's also a new stage for Assistant.

Russian reporter punched live on air at paratrooper bash

Moscow - A Russian television journalist was punched in the face live on air Wednesday as he reported on raucous annual celebrations by paratroopers in Moscow.

Review: Jessica Jane stars in 'Fool Us' commercial for magic special Special

Female magician Jessica Jane Peterson stars in a television commercial for an upcoming episode of Penn & Teller's "Fool Us."

Microsoft uses TV signals to beam the web into rural America

Microsoft has announced an initiative that aims to connect rural America to high-speed Internet. Unlike the wireless Internet efforts being pursued at companies including Facebook and Google, Microsoft plans to employ unused areas of the TV spectrum.

Sharp sues Hisense over 'shoddy' TVs that will 'destroy' its name

Sharp has claimed that Chinese electronics manufacturer Hisense is ruining its brand and reputation by selling poorly built televisions that wear its name. Hisense has a license to use Sharp's brand but is allegedly putting it on poor quality products.

Gabon TV host suspended after Bongo 'death' blunder

Libreville - A newsreader for Gabon state television has been taken off the air after mistakenly announcing the death of President Ali Bongo, the channel said on Saturday.

YouTube targets cable TV with new streaming subscription

YouTube has unveiled a new live TV streaming service that aggressively targets cable channels. Billed monthly, the service is half the price of most TV subscriptions and includes access to dozens of national and regional networks on every device.

Facebook videos are coming to your TV

Facebook has announced a new video app for smart TVs that's designed to let you watch content from friends, family and publishers on the big screen. The launch marks the next step in Facebook's ambition to become a video site in its own right.

Curved TVs just went the same way as 3D

Curved TVs may have reached the end, only a few years after they first appeared. After battling low consumer uptake and critical reviews, LG and Sony have announced they will not launch any new models this year. It follows the end of 3D TV production.

Geert Wilders named Dutch politician of the year

Den Haag - Populist anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders was Monday named Dutch politician of the year in a television poll that came on the heels of his conviction for discrimination.

Man 'blows himself up' at TV centre in Georgian breakaway region

Moscow - An unidentified man on Monday blew himself up at the state-owned TV centre in Abkhazia, a tiny Russian-backed breakaway region of Georgia, local officials said."A man blew himself up on the territory of the TV centre.

Panasonic's transparent TV is back, now looks more transparent

Back in January, Panasonic showed off a concept version of a TV that appears transparent when turned off. Ten months on, the design has been significantly refined. The screen is now much brighter and capable of becoming as transparent as glass.

Hulu is killing its free tier

Hulu will shut down its free service, according the The Hollywood Reporter. The free tier, which has been a big part of Hulu since the company's inception, has become a "low trafficked product," according to THR.

Microsoft suspends development of Xbox One TV DVR feature

Ten months ago, Microsoft announced it would turn the Xbox One into a complete TV streaming box by adding support for TV DVR. After going quiet on the feature recently, the company today confirmed development is "on hold" as it prioritizes gaming.

Sunfly: The world's most famous karaoke brand Special

London - Sunfly is celebrating 25 years as the UK's most trusted name in karaoke. The London-based company, enjoyed in bars and clubs all over the country, is set to release a new streaming service. Digital Journal asked team member Dan Maidstone all about it.

Panasonic's transparent TV disappears when you wave at it

As part of its demonstrations during CES 2016 last week, Panasonic unveiled a new television that goes completely transparent at the wave of a hand. The TV can effectively disappear from view, revealing whatever is positioned behind it.

Netflix now available in over 130 new countries

On January 6, 2015, Netflix extended its services to over 130 countries overseas, more than tripling the streaming service's presence and making it available to every continent.

Fads and phases: TV's bid to make you buy the 'Next Big Thing'

Over the past few years, televisions have changed to include new display types, online streaming and party-trick features such as 3D. Much of this has yet to see widespread adoption though, raising the question of what we're looking for in a TV.

'Mike and Molly' cancelled by CBS

CBS' "Mike and Molly," a staple on the network for the past several seasons, will air its final episodes during the upcoming network season.

'MadTV' is coming back in January

A look through the history of sketch comedy on television will likely give fans fond memories of FOX's "MadTV." Lucky for these very same fans, the show is making a comeback.

Study shows: Millennials still tuning in for traditional TV

Just in time for World Television Day (November 21), new statistics show that despite many millennials using mobile devices to watch TV, televisions are still as relevant and appreciated as ever.

Sky to 'set TV free' with an all-new range of set-top boxes

European TV provider Sky has unveiled an all-new range of set-top boxes and mobile apps that combine to create a "whole new way of watching TV." The service is supposed to seamlessly blend live and on-demand content.

6.5 million people are now paying for Apple Music

Apple CEO Tim Cook has ended the speculation surrounding how many users Apple Music has managed to retain by saying the service now has over 6.5 million paying subscribers. The number still falls significantly short of industry leader Spotify.

MacGyver is coming back to television

CBS is working on bring the show MacGyver back to television. The director of Furious 7, James Wan, will serve as executive producer of the series.
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