by Wayne Friedman on Oct 29, 12:00 AM
TV programming executives can't laugh and have a good time anymore because they can't -- or aren't allowed to -- create any good comedies.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 28, 12:00 AM
With so many references to "drinking the Kool-Aid" in modern culture, you would think at least some TV networks should be airing a few more Kool-Aid commercials
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 27, 12:00 AM
TV is the enemy, and magazine publishers reasoned they need a $40 million marketing campaign to attack their main rival head on.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 26, 12:00 AM
Ashlee Simpson's lip-synching fiasco on "Saturday Night Live" should be viewed as an opportunity to offer the TV public safe and effective singing, acting, and discussion - with no side effects.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 25, 12:00 AM
All TV series need plenty of marketing huff and puff before blowing any big ratings down.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 22, 12:00 AM
Big baseball ratings for Fox should mean only one thing -- home runs for its new shows set to debut in November.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 21, 12:00 AM
Special TV awards and sports programs are getting less special. The question is how special are they for advertisers?
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 20, 12:00 AM
Hey Sinclair Broadcast Group! What took you so long? Could it be that your financials were about to get kicked in its commercials?
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 19, 12:00 AM
Politics on television isn't a pretty picture these days -- on either side of the camera.
by Wayne Friedman on Oct 18, 12:00 AM
Can advertisers be so desperately ignorant as to not know what a show entitled "Desperate Housewives" is all about?