Networks look at shows to keep, ax

At the end of May, network executives will stand in front of advertisers and confess their sins. They’ll let everyone know which television concepts tanked and which ones worked. Advertisers will get first looks at pilots networks are considering, and ... Continue Reading →

Fall television shows under network gun

The axe has been dropped. Networks fret each season over which show will hit the chopping block. According to Entertainment Weekly, this season’s first cancelled show is CBS’s “Made in Jersey.” But why do networks make these quick decisions? “Jersey”’s ... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl commercials transform advertising norm

While the goal lines at Lucas Oil Stadium were clearly demarcated Sunday, the lines between entertainment, art and advertisement were not. Every year, millions of Americans gather around their TVs to drink a lot, eat a lot, maybe root for a team, and ... Continue Reading →
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