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December 10, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The 81-year-old Broadcasting magazine, which became Broadcasting & Telecasting in the late 1940s and then Broadcasting & Cable in the ’90s, may be heading for the day when the word “digital” — or some version thereof — may be added to its title. The trade publication announced on Monday that Daniel Holloway, the former chief film critic for Metro New York, will become its digital media editor. In a statement, the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Melissa Grego, said, “As the amount of programming and the ways it’s consumed continue to grow, B&C is incredibly fortunate to have Daniel, with his great instincts and insights, covering this fast-changing part of the TV landscape.”