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NBCU cuts cord with comedy streaming service

Shalini Ramachandran of The Wall Street Journal on NBC’s plans to launch a subscription streaming comedy service.

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    Mashable Tech Editor Pete Pachal on how consumers can reduce the energy drain of all their tech gadgets.

  3. Measuring consumer emotion

    OoVoo Labs Managing Director JP Nauseef discusses how his company is putting technology that reads consumer emotion to work.

  4. George Clooney sounds off on ‘Interview’ cancellation

    MRY CEO Matt Britton, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Jones Trading Chief Market Strategist Mike O’Rourke give insight into Sony’s hack attack and their decision to pull ‘The Interview.

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    Actor Tommy Chong discusses the legalization of marijuana, Bob Marley-branded marijuana and his own products.

  8. Will the FCC listen to Obama on net neutrality?

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  10. Udacity partners with AT&T on job skills

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  11. What’s the Deal, Neil: NJ Voters getting tired of Gov. Christie’s temper?

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    Suzanne Vranica discusses why Crackle decided to pull out of this year’s NewFronts to enter the TV marketplace.

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    Catcha Group CEO Patrick Grove on launching a subscription video on demand service in key Southeast Asia markets.

  3. On the cusp of a cyber-apocalypse?

    TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy and SnoopWall CEO Gary Miliefsky discuss the possibility of an Armageddon-style cyber attack.

  4. Cable networks are jamming more ads into shows?

    WSJ’s Joe Flint on cable networks jamming more adds into their TV shows.

  5. Prime members the biggest spenders on Amazon?

    Consumer analyst Andrea Woroch on how consumers can decide if Amazon Prime is worth the cost.

  6. New product measures non-human traffic

    Moat CEO Jonah Goodhart discusses how his company tracks advertising viewership.

  7. Sling TV breaks the mold with ESPN CEO Scott Kurnit weighs in on Dish’s Sling TV and how it will create competition.

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