- As Disney and Nick Falter, Flanker Nets and Rivals Give Chase. Katz, A. J. // Broadcasting & Cable;12/15/2014, Vol. 144 Issue 45, p19
The article focuses on children's television content and mentions topics such as statistics on total day ratings among kids networks in 2014, competition between television content and video-on-demand and subscription platforms, and dominance of television network Disney Channel during primetime.
- Syndie Knocks Kids Off Block. Grego, Melissa; Block, Alex Ben; Greppi, Michele // Television Week;5/30/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 22, p1
Reports on the plans of WB Network to replace its Kids WB! broadcast block for children with syndicated shows in January 2006. Background of Kids WB!; Implications of the change for the network; Advantages provided by the change in television programming according to Marc Schacher, programming...
- Asia TV market takes baby steps. Stein, Janine // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;2/1/2008, Vol. 403 Issue 19, p101
The article focuses on the growth in the television networks for babies in Asian market due to pay television operators. These television operators use plug gaps in their channel offerings and promise commercial-free, expert-backed quality television. The three television networks are BabyTV,...
- Kids upfront is sorta flat. McClellan, Steve // Broadcasting & Cable;05/01/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p10
Reports on developments related to the television broadcasting industry in the United States as of May 1, 2000. Upfront market for children's television program; Nickelodeon's loss of market share.
- Gallic gains in Russia. Hopewell, John; Barraclough, Leo // Daily Variety;10/20/2008, Vol. 301 Issue 11, p11
The article reports on the entry of France's Lagardere Group into Russia. The company plans to launch two of its French children's channel brands, Gulli and TiJi, on Russian digital satellite pay television service NTV Plus. TiJi is France's top pre-school channel. The kids-family service Gulli...
- The fifth wheels. Schmuckler, Eric // MediaWeek;10/23/95, Vol. 5 Issue 40, p9
Focuses on the struggle between United Paramount Network (UPN) and Warner Brothers (WB) for a share in primetime broadcasting. Ratings gap between the networks; Children's programs offered by WB on Saturday morning; Improvement of time periods at UPN.
- Cartoon Plays With Block. Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;8/16/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 33, p26
The article reports that Cartoon Network will launch a weekday-morning block targeted at preschool children in the U.S. in 2004. The features of the block are described. The purpose of the block is explained. The remarks of executive Alice Cahn on the block are presented.
- CBS may abandon Sat. a.m. kids shows. // Advertising Age;11/18/1996, Vol. 67 Issue 47, p59
The article reports on the possibility that television network CBS Broadcasting Inc. will abandon its programming block on Saturday morning children's show in the United States. The network's kids block has been receiving low ratings. One alternative is to move some children's programming to...
- looking for a fight. Schmuckler, Eric // MediaWeek;4/1/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p22
Reports on the competition in children's television programming in the U.S. Ratings of television networks Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network; Criticism against the programs of Nickelodeon; Details on the television programs of Disney Channel; Other television networks competing in children's...