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mashable.com - 15 readers, 535 Tweets - New head Rich Ross hopes to refocus network, wants people to see it as 'authentic.'
businessinsider.com - 17 readers, 176 Tweets - A "mockumentary" about the ancient giant shark Megalodon, called Megalodon: The Monster Shark That Lives, has created an uproar by their viewers.
deadline.com - 10 readers - EXCLUSIVE: When the dust settled, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week 2013 emerged as the most watched in the franchise’s 26-year history. An average of 2.12 million people watched Shark Week in primeti...
variety.com - 31 readers, 77 Tweets - Discovery's Shark Week has made its biggest ratings splash yet in several key ratings categories, including a first-place finish among all networks — broadcast and cable — in men under 50. The 27th...
npr.org - 12 readers, 293 Tweets - Alastair Bland looks at the dangers to real sharks and the hazards of pseudo-documentaries as another Shark Week draws to a close.
npr.org - 18 readers, 421 Tweets - The craze to embrace all things shark during Discovery's "Shark Week" in August is exploding onto menus. But the hype doesn't hide the fact that many of these creatures are endangered.
gawker.com - 15 readers, 151 Tweets - They aren't even trying anymore. For its 27th year of weeklong shark-oriented programming on the Discovery Channel, Shark Week returned last night with Shark of Darkness: Wrath of Submarine. Like last year's Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives, it was a bullshit mockumentary production, something the Blair Witch would have scraped off her shoe.
foxnews.com - 12 readers, 218 Tweets - Shark Week enthusiasts are up in arms over a film that aired on the network Sunday night to kick off the annual week of shark-themed programming.
vox.com - 17 readers, 145 Tweets - Paul Rosolie is just a simple man with a dream. A dream to feed himself to an anaconda.