Nat Geo Moves to Maintain Momentum
- Mapping Nat Geo's New Road. Grossman, Andrew // Multichannel News;1/9/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p26
The article reports on the launch of high definition television programming of National Geography as of January 9, 2006. At launch, 90% of NGC-HD's shows will be in high definition. The remaining 10% will be standard definition programming. National Geographic Channel's primetime ratings...
- UN's digital bows. // Daily Variety;10/28/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 19, p6
Reports that TLN Telelatino, an ethnic specialty channel, will launch three premium Italian digital television channels in one package in Canada in November 2004.
- VANITIES. // Vanity Fair;Jan2005, Issue 533, p72
Features the TV program "The Magazine" in the U.S. Description of one episode titled "Lunch-with-Hitchens Challenge;" Accusation made to Edwin Coaster for sabotaging the TV franchise in the telephone; Response of Leslie Moonves, chairman and CEO of CBS TV network, regarding the matter.
- In the Life interviews Howard Dean, looks at circuit parties, lesbian rabbis. // Empty Closet;Feb2004, Issue 365, pB1
Reviews the television program "In the Life."
- passions: Doctor Who. // BOYZ;12/11/2008, Issue 902, p78
The article focuses on the television program "Doctor Who." The show was originally made as a children's program, but it became more adult over the years. The author shares his experience of attending a "Doctor Who" convention in Newcastle, England. The author was amazed to see the age span of...
- friends till the end. // Cosmo Girl;May2004, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p52
Presents a quiz about the episodes and cast of the television program "Friends."
- Here's to Local Yokels. Bednarski, P. J. // Broadcasting & Cable;10/27/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 43, p49
Presents an article on the concept of the variety show "Gimme the Mike!," from Post-Newsweek. Views on local television in the U.S.
- THE FACTUAL COMMISSION. // Televisual;Winter2004 Supplement, p19
Focuses on reality television programs in London, England. Opportunities for growth of the reality television business; Inspiration of ideas through slot-driven and commission-driven approaches; Development fund by the television broadcaster.
- PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT. // Entertainment Weekly;5/26/2006, Issue 878, p18
The article reports that for the finale for the U.S. TV series The Office, character Jim confessed his love to Pam. Comment on the series is presented.