Broadcast networks are trying some creative tactics to promote their new shows -- including having "a Headless Horseman stalk[ing] a Manhattan street to sell the new Fox series 'Sleepy Hollow,'"
writes Bill Carter. Still, it's tougher than ever to make a dent in the clutter, with many series premiering this week. "It is harder in part because the broadcast networks try what now seems to be a
preposterous feat every September — introducing dozens of new series at the same time," writes Carter. "The cable networks, which now win most of the accolades, focus on just one new show at a
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