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- Comeback of the Week. // Entertainment Weekly;3/10/2006, Issue 867, p63
The article reports on the casting of actor Billy Ray Cyrus in Disney Channel's television series Hannah Montana.
- RATINGS | March 22-28. // Broadcasting & Cable;4/12/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 15, p13
Provides information on the ratings of several syndicated television programs in the U.S. for the week of March 22 through 28, 2004.
- Reality programming's no savior for networks. Dunning, Chuck // Electronic Media;04/02/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p9
Argues that reliance alone on reality-based programming can be a fatal error on the part of United States television networks. Foundation of the strength of the network business; Impending danger of a writer's strike; Need for quality scripted-series programming.
- Syndies step into action. Pursell, Chris // Variety;03/13/2000, Vol. 378 Issue 4, p35
Discusses United States television networks' continuous showing of television programs in 2001. Successful returning action shows; Estimated foreign money guaranteed for a project; Idea for an action hour.
- NIELSEN REPORT. // Daily Variety;8/25/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 37, p6
Presents a chart depicting the ratings of various television programs on different networks in the U.S. as of August 2004.
- NET'S SUMMER HEAT. Adalian, Josef // Daily Variety;08/10/2000, Vol. 268 Issue 48, p1
Reports on the top-rating television programs in the United States during the 2000 summer season. Popularity of the reality-based shows `Survivor and `Big Brother' from CBS Inc.; United Paramount Network's strategy of keeping its `WWF Smackdown!' in originals all yearlong; Age demographic that...
- 'Mole' not enough to boost Alphabet. // Daily Variety;03/01/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 63, p5
Reports that the February 27, 2001 episode of ABC's 'The Mole' television program averaged 13.24 million viewers and a timeslot-winning 5.4/14 in the key demo of adults 18-49, according to Nielsen. Total ratings garnered by major TV networks; Ratings for several TV programs.
- Reality Still Bites. Feuer, Jack // Adweek Eastern Edition;9/15/2003, Vol. 44 Issue 36, p20
Like every upstanding American, the author keep waiting for reality TV to go away. Painfully, it must now officially place reality TV on the author's black list of horrible ideas that refuse to die right below SUV and right above in-bathroom advertising. The author don't blame the viewers....
- 'Golden Girls: Live!' Sent to Shady Pines. Jacobs, Leonard // Back Stage;12/5/2003, Vol. 44 Issue 49, p4
Four actors wanted to perform, for charity, two episodes of the TV show "The Golden Girls" at Rose's Turn, the West Village cabaret. Four performances were scheduled in August and, at the third performance, a representative of the Lifetime channel, which airs the original TV comedy daily,...