FOX winter 2018 TCA press tour recap: ‘Family Guy’ with fewer ad breaks, final bow for ‘New Girl,’ ‘The Gifted’ gets Season 2

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At its winter 2018 Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour in Pasadena, California, on Thursday, Jan. 4, FOX made a few exciting announcements for “Family Guy,” “New Girl,” “The Gifted” and more. Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman were joined by Michael Thorn, President of Entertainment for FOX; and Rob…

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21CF Chats: ‘The Gifted’ EP Lauren Shuler Donner on comparisons to ‘X-Men’ and ‘Legion,’ starting in the industry as an outsider

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On Monday, Oct. 2, at 9/8c, FOX will open another door to the Marvel universe on the small screen with the new family adventure series “The Gifted.” The series, which comes from 20th Century Fox Television in association with Marvel Television, revolves around a suburban couple who discover that their children have mutant powers. The…

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Joe Marchese talks about the attention economy, Hulu’s ad-free offering, reduced ad loads and rising Super Bowl ad prices

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Human attention is the world’s most valuable resource, and that has far-reaching implications for how advertisers determine the price of people’s time and attention, according to Joe Marchese, president of Advanced Advertising Products at Fox Networks Group. On a recent episode of “Marketing Decoded,” a podcast hosted by Linda Boff, VP and Chief Marketing Officer…

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Fox Archives: Photographs of company parties and events dating back to 1918

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Who doesn’t love a party? After all the holiday and New Year’s Eve parties, it seems fitting to share a few favorite photographs from the Archives’ “Company History: Events” collection. This smaller collection dates back to 1918, and it contains photography of awards ceremonies, dignitaries’ lot visits, sales conventions, stockholders’ meetings, employee picnics, studio club…

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