Morning Headlines — 7/25/13

More Latinos Consume News in English, Report Finds
An increasing number of Hispanics in the United States are getting their news in English, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Pew Hispanic Center. [THE NEW YORK TIMES]

Diginets Growing With Old Shows + New Ideas
Flip through the channels on your TV and you’re likely to stumble across The Mary Tyler Moore Show on Me-TV, Six Million Dollar Man on Cozi TV and films like the 1955 black-and-white Not As a Stranger with Robert Mitchum on This TV. This isn’t a trip back in time, but it is cause, perhaps, for the kind of optimism that broadcasting hasn’t seen since Mary arrived in Minneapolis and landed that job at WJM-TV. [TVNEWSCHECK]

Google Simplifies YouTube And Netflix Viewing On TV Sets With $35 Chromecast
This may be the biggest surprise for Hollywood in Google‘s event today to unveil new products and software. The two-inch long Chromecast plugs into a TV set HDMI port, enabling users to watch videos from YouTube, Google Play, and Netflix and handle music and photos. (A Pandora app is on the way.) [DEADLINE]


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