Belles of the Syndie Ball

Moss, Linda
January 2005
Multichannel News;1/17/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p43
Discusses the increasing revenue gained by cable television programs in the U.S. from syndication. Information on the syndication of original cable programming in the U.S.; Efforts of cable networks to offset their expenditures for original programming; Plans of Showtime Networks Inc. to syndicate the program "Queer as Folk"; Reasons behind the growth of cable original programming of cable networks; Remarks from Scott Carlin, president of program distribution of Home Box Office, on syndication.


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