Channel 4 chief on lookout for U.S. hits

Clarke, Steve
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/27/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 45, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on Channel 4 Chief Executive Officer Kevin Lygo's efforts to find new U.S. shows as "Friends," "Sex and the City," and "Frasier," are all coming to an end. Lygo's effort to convince Hollywood distributors that the station can provide a better showcase for their fare than rival satellite net Sky One; Challenges facing Channel 4; Lineup of shows for 2004.


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