A Few New Year's Resolutions to Promote Better Television

Ryan, Maureen
January 2016
Variety;1/5/2016, Vol. 330 Issue 13, p26
Trade Publication
The article discusses ideas for the television (TV) industry on how to address bad casting, dull writing and series bloat to promote better experience for viewers in 2016 in the U.S. Suggestion on the need for TV providers to take advantage on actors and actresses who have something special to offer is provided. The importance for providers to focus on inspired execution, smart risk-taking, and creativity to get noticed in the TV landscape is emphasized.


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