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Drew Herdener, a spokesman for Seattle-based Amazon, declined to comment. Slowing progress toward starting the TV service marks a setback for Intels broader effort to diversify its revenue and lessen its dependence on the declining personal-computer market for growth. Investors have low expectations for success, said Doug Freedman , an analyst at RBC Capital Markets in San Francisco, who rates Intel outperform. They have talked about being not just the set-top box but the ecosystem, Freedman said. And in the past, when Intel has tried to mess with ecosystems outside of PCs, they have been unsuccessful. Intel fell 1.8 percent to $22.98 at the close in New York, the biggest drop among members of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. (INDU) The shares have advanced 11 percent this year. <br>Source:

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'Constantine' TV Series In Development At NBC With David Goyer And Daniel Cerone

at Stoneham TV, 53 Central St. The evening will consist of a Stoneham TV host interviewing a representative from each organization answering questions about the organization. The program will be seen live on Stoneham TVs public access channel (Comcast Channel 9, RCN Channel 3, Verizon Channel 34). This opportunity can be used to promote each group and the work they do in the community and also can be used to promote any upcoming events, fundraisers, membership drives or any other purpose that supports the organizations efforts in the community. Organization representatives are welcome to bring any small props that will help viewers understand the organization. Interviews are approximately three to five minutes in length. <br>Source:

Frank L. Fouce dies hyperlink at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences

Fouce dies at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences Frank L. Fouce made downtown L.A.'s Million Dollar Theater a prestigious venue for Spanish-language entertainment and was cofounder of the TV network now known as Univision. By Elaine Woo September 28, 2013, 2:03 p.m. Frank L. Fouce, an impresario of Spanish-language entertainment who kim kardashian reggie bush turned downtown's historic Million Dollar Theater into a prestigious venue for a burgeoning Latino market and helped launch the television network that became Univision , died Sept. 22 in Los Angeles. He was 85. <br>Source:,0,6881239.story

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The proposed "Constantine" TV series centers on John Constantine, an enigmatic and irreverent con man-turned-reluctant supernatural detective who is thrust into the role of defending humanity against dark forces from beyond. NBC has reportedly committed to a script plus penalty for the project which will be written and executive produced by Goyer and Cerone. The project is set up at Warner Bros. TV, which earlier this week earned a straight-to-series order from Fox for Batman prequel series "Gotham," which will focus on the character of Commissioner Jim Gordon back when he was still a detective at the Gotham Police Department, as well as the criminals that made the city infamous. The character of John Constantine was created by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and John Totleben, and made his first appearance in the "Swamp Thing" comics in 1985 before going on to headline his own series, "Hellblazer" and "Constantine." He was played as an American by Keanu Reeves in the 2005 film of the same name, despite the character originally being British. DC Comics is on something of a hot streak this development season -- in addition to "Gotham" and "Constantine," The CW's "Arrow" is about to enter its second season and is serving as a launching pad for a potential spinoff series based on The Flash, who will be played by "Glee's" Grant Gustin . Earlier this week, Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." series debuted with a hefty 11.9 million viewers , making it the highest-rated drama premiere on any network in four years. <br>Source:

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