Okay, so it seems like I was sucked in to some type of time portal. As I day dreamed into the future in 2011, I sit here in 2017 coming back to this seed of a blog I created. I used to think to myself, when this whole internet thing would take off, I’d definitely […]Read More Media and Money is Back…It’s 2017? It’s 2017!
Oxygen-which is starting to become one of my new favorite networks- has a few new originals, a handful of new projects in development along with several returning and new series. Three new Oxygen original series with premiere dates: Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings – Series premieres tomorrow at 10p from World of Wonder Productions. The […]Read More 2011 Upfront: Oxygen
From the Oscars Publicity Department The ABC Television Network’s contract to carry the annual Academy Awards presentations has been extended for six more years, though 2020, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ President Tom Sherak and Anne Sweeney, President of the Disney/ABC Television Group, announced today. “This contract ensures that the Oscar show will […]Read More ABC and Academy Extend OSCAR Telecast Agreement
While trying to explain to my friends why the NBC and Comcast merger was bad for this country, they all thought that this would have not effect on anything from pricing to programming. I was shocked, alarmed then frightened to learn that Keith Olbermann has left MSNBC. His final sign-off damn near brought me to […]Read More Okay, NOW the NBC-Comcast Merger is scaring me…for real!
Today, the Federal Communications Commission grants—with conditions and enforceable commitments approval of the assignment and transfer of control of broadcast, satellite, and other radio licenses from General Electric Company (GE) to Comcast Corporation. The approval will allow GE and Comcast to create a joint venture involving NBC Universal, Inc. (NBCU) and Comcast. Some critics such […]Read More Comcastrophe:: Comcast/NBC Ruling
by Georg Szalai from The Hollywood Reporter Study: Comcast-NBC Universal Merger Will Cost Consumers $2.4 Billion The American Cable Association unveiled an economic study Monday that argues that consumers over the next nine years will pay at least $2.4 billion more for pay TV services if regulators don’t place conditions on the planned Comcast-NBC Universal […]Read More Study: Comcast-NBC Universal Merger Will Cost Consumers $2.4 Billion