Big goings-on in the world of broadcast this week. The BBC and Netflix are bringing back Watership Down to scar a whole new generation of children. NBCUniversal bought DreamWorks for $3.8 billion so hopefully both companies will finally be able to afford a space in their names. Sunday Ticket decided that watching football on your phone's tiny screen is punishment enough and will no longer charge you extra to do so. And Saturday Night Live also decided that watching the show is itself punishment enough and will no longer make you sit through added commercials. Numbers, because otherwise the Nielsen Rating System wouldn't make any sense.
The After Math: What on Earth are you watching?It's like Mike Teavee, but quieter.