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Report: Sony and Hulu in Talks to Revive ‘Community’ for Sixth Season

CommunityFans of the recently cancelledCommunity” might have reason to rejoice, as Sony Pictures Television is in talks with streaming service Hulu to air new episodes, TheWrap reports.

Hulu already has the digital rights to repeats on the show’s first five seasons. “Community” is also the type of series that does well on streaming sites due to its niche comedy and very strong online fan community — that doesn’t always translate to live viewership metrics still used heavily by networks to measure a show’s success.

A sixth season on Hulu would be a victory for the show’s fans, who spurred the hashtag #SixthSeasonandaMovie before the show got cancelled. As we reported, after the show was cancelled earlier this month, fans looked toward Netflix as a possible platform for its revival.

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The top 2012 social tv shows according to GetGlue

With New Year’s a couple of weeks behind us, it is worth taking a look at the top tv shows and movies that drove the social conversation in 2012, and see whether these TV shows can maintain a stronghold on the social activity in 2013. Here’s GetGlue‘s take on social TV in 2012. Read more

National Lampoon’s Griswold family helps Old Navy generate social TV buzz

Pepsi, Victoria’s Secret and AT&T took the first three spots on this week’s Most Social TV commercials chart (exclusively provided to Lost Remote from Bluefin Labs), but Old Navy saw the biggest week over week change. Here’s why. Read more

Will Community fans save the show with ‘CommuniCon’?

TV fans have risen again and taken to the social web to make sure the world knows how much they love their favorite show. Community fans, also know as “Communies” are planning a “CommuniCon” event that show creator Dan Harmon himself might even attend.  Read more

Exclusive: The most adored TV showrunners [infographic]

Networked Insights (NI) continues to put together interesting data that highlights different spectrums of the TV ecosystem on the social web. We reported on their upfront predictions (for NBC, ABC, Fox) and which TV stars from new programming had the most buzz. Now the NYC-based company has provided Lost Remote exclusively with an inside look at the most popular TV show runners on the social web.

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A summary of the Block by Block summit

The Block by Block Conference in Chicago attracted over 100 local site owners, foundations, academics and others whose livelihoods and/or obsessions revolve around on-line local news operations and how to sustain them. Because this conference is organized as more of an on-going conversation groups than of podium lectures, I thought it might be useful to put some of those threads and insights into bite sized pieces (click through below for full coverage):

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Ever wonder who those commenters are?

The Block by Block Conference in Chicago attracted over 100 local site owners, foundations, academics and others whose livelihoods and/or obsessions revolve around on-line local news operations and how to sustain them. Because this conference is organized as more of an on-going conversation groups than of podium lectures, I thought it might be useful to put some of those threads and insights into bite sized pieces (click through below for full coverage):

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Community paper to charge for… comments!?

The Block by Block Conference in Chicago attracted over 100 local site owners, foundations, academics and others whose livelihoods and/or obsessions revolve around on-line local news operations and how to sustain them. Because this conference is organized as more of an on-going conversation groups than of podium lectures, I thought it might be useful to put some of those threads and insights into bite sized pieces (click through below for full coverage):

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