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- S& S and Scholastic to Publish Rubbadubbers Titles. Bean, Joy // Publishers Weekly;7/28/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 30, p16
Reports on the books to be published by the media tie-in imprint of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Simon Spotlight and Scholastic based on the television program 'Rubbadubbers' beginning in summer 2004. Overview of the program; Publishing programs of Simon Spotlight and Scholastic for...
- Donald Trump To Write Book Based on Hit Reality TV Show. // Book Publishing Report;2/9/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p7
Reports that Donald Trump will write a book related to his experiences on the NBC reality television program "The Apprentice". Schedule of the book's release.
- Big Bird Hopes To Land in China. Holt, Karen // Publishers Weekly;8/25/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 34, p16
Deals with the plan of "Sesame Street" creators to search for a publishing partner for the launch of its three-series books in Beijing, China. Plan for the selection of sponsors for the revival of a "Sesame Street" program on Shanghai Television; Titles of the three-series books; Schedule of...
- Is 'Heroes' Headed To Print? Deahl, Rachel // Publishers Weekly;12/4/2006, Vol. 253 Issue 48, p10
The article discusses reports that talks of creating a comic book based on the hit television series Heroes have started. According to the show's executive producer, Jeph Loeb, the hope is to put the Web comic together in a hardcover format. The weekly Web comic, available at the NBC web site,...
- China honors film centennial. Rosenberg, D. Scott // Hollywood Reporter;6/13/95, Vol. 337 Issue 33, pI-5
Reports on the completion of the television documentary series `Trend in Chinese Films' to celebrate 100 years of world cinema.
- Get Ready To Wallow. // People;12/22/2003, Vol. 60 Issue 25, p84
This article discusses the most recent season of the reality show "Survivor", and the group of five remaining contestants. Imagine an island filled with squirmy parasites that suck up to you only to sting you later. And that's just the contestants on the seventh and nastiest season of...
- TV reviews. Scott, Tony // Variety;5/30/94, Vol. 355 Issue 5, p29
Reviews the television program `Great Books: Alice in Wonderland,' filmed by the Discovery Productions and Cronkite, Ward & Co.
- Television. // U.S. News & World Report;9/16/96, Vol. 121 Issue 11, p124
Mentions the `Great Books Festival,' a 36-hour marathon which explores the historical background and themes of classic books. It will be broadcast on The Learning Channel September 14-15, 1996.
- TELEVISION REVIEWS. Fries, Laura // Daily Variety;01/22/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 36, p20
Evaluates the television program 'The Book of Pooh,' aired in the United States. Back-to-basics story approach of the program; Creation of a bluebird character named Kessie; Use of Pooh to define various concepts; Number of puppeteers handling each character.