Pop Goes the Culture
- GMA Network's N&PA and Entertainment personalities top nationwide survey. // Filipino Reporter;11/2/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 48, p47
The article focuses on the results of a survey by research agency AGB Nielsen as of November 2012 on viewers' level of awareness and reception of television (TV) personalities from major free-to-air (FTA) channels in the Philippines.
- Sound Bites. // Entertainment Weekly;
Presents remarks from several television shows quoted from different television personalities.
- On the Air. Richmond, Ray // Entertainment Weekly;12/08/2000, Issue 572, p74
Reports news briefs that are related to television programs and personalities as of December 8, 2000.
- Regional TV under threat. // Televisual;Nov2002, p13
Reports on the problem facing independent television production outside London, England due to a continuing commercial pressures on broadcasters. Bias towards London-based program-making; Regional spending at all terrestrial broadcasters.
- THE ART OF THE DEAL. Armstrong, Jennifer // Entertainment Weekly;11/21/2003, Issue 738, p8
Focuses on how NBC keeps its television programs popular to viewers by signing exclusive contracts with various television celebrities.
- Movers & Shakers. // Broadcasting & Cable;10/16/2006, Vol. 136 Issue 41, p18
Several photographs are presented depicting people from the television broadcasting industry at various industry and charity functions, along with commentary for each picture.
- FREEZE FRAME. // Multichannel News;1/8/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p36
Several photographs that highlight the activities and television personalities at various events related to television broadcasting are presented.
- Put the violins away, the media industry has done pretty well. Lee, Jeremy // Campaign;12/9/2011, Issue 49, p16
The author discusses the large number of industry figures in the media industry.
- How celebrities saved, then killed, the book trade. Clee, Nicholas // New Statesman;4/27/2009, Vol. 138 Issue 4946, p36
In this article the author discusses an aspect of British book publishing. He states that the industry thrives on the publication of books by British television personalities and popular culture figures rather than through the sale of literary works. The author suggests that books written by...