Yesterday, I wrote about this past weekend’s horrible Box Office results, and how out of touch Hollywood Liberals are with the values of average Americans. 1,415 more words
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There’s a strong argument for saying that television is currently going through a Golden Age of Drama, with such shows as Breaking Bad, The Wire, Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, Sons of Anarchy and Game of Thrones becoming the office-talk fodder and media darlings of the last few years. 1,516 more words
Audience measurement as a practice assists broadcasters and advertisers in determining who is listening, rather than how many people are listening. Audience measurement revolves around knowing who’s watching, listening, interacting and engaging with content posted online, or content airing on television or the radio. 510 more words
Women executives are changing the face of television management in Hollywood, designing deals with new media platforms and diversifying the shows we watch.
Four years ago, Bela Bajaria took the sleepy Universal Media Studios and relaunched it as Universal Television, a move that resulted in the production of hit primetime series across numerous networks. 1,042 more words
It’s not easy knowing when a TV show should call it quits—especially one as popular and profitable as Game of Thrones. And it sounds like HBO is not quite ready to let go. 500 more words