Oxygen Tells Shows: Take Summer Off

Donohue, Steve
June 2000
Multichannel News;06/12/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that Oxygen Media has announced that four of its television series in the United States were going on `summer hiatus' in 2000 and it would run repeats of the shows that have already been produced. Reason cited for stopping the production of `Pure Oxygen' and `Trackers'; Number of show staffers laid off.


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