News of Note—Nickelodeon, Disney, Sinclair and Univision

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Nickelodeon is planning more than 800 new episodes this year, a 20% increase. (stevepb/Pixabay)

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> Nickelodeon is planning more than 800 new episodes this year, a 20% increase. Release

> Disney and Accenture are working together on StudioLAB, an entertainment innovation initiative. Release

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> Sinclair told the FCC that a revised Tribune acquisition proposal is forthcoming. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Univision is pulling the plug on its planned IPO and replacing its chief financial officer. Hollywood Reporter article

> Drew and Jonathan Scott (The Property Brothers) have launched their own video content startup, GuruHub.TV. Release

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