Category Archives: PBS

Recent News Items Reveal A Changing T/V Landscape

My most recent blog post is in the form of a MediaPost Online Video Insider article entitled: Recent News Items Reveal A Changing T/V Landscape. It is also recapped below.  I’d love to hear your comments. Recent News Items Reveal … Continue reading

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Recommendation to PBS Decision Makers: Don’t Go Down the Rabbit Hole of Commercial TV!

A recent New York Times article reported on the exploration by PBS and their stations of a change in their underwriting policy: interrupting programming with promotional announcements. This would be a serious step backwards in time, into a “cat and … Continue reading

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