April 2008
Advertising Age;2008 Cable Guide, Vol. 79, pC68
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the cable television network ReelzChannel. The network, which was created in 2006, broadcasts news of the motion picture industry, film reviews and criticism, and programs on motion picture history. A demographic and economic profile of the network's audience is presented.


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