- Skins. Ross, Dalton // Entertainment Weekly;1/21/2011, Issue 1138, p71
A review is presented of the television program "Skins," a U.S. remake of a British program featuring Eleanor Zichy.
- MUST WATCH OF THE WEEK. Shaw, Jessica; Armstrong, Jennifer // Entertainment Weekly;12/19/2008, Issue 1026, p55
This article reviews the television program "Skins" starring Nicholas Hoult and Mike Bailey.
- New shows joining APTN fall lineup. // Windspeaker;Nov2007, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p17
The article reports on the new programs unveiled by the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) in Canada. Three new children's programs will be added to the APTN, including "Chic Choc," a series for Aboriginal youth, "Igloo-gloo," a program for pre-school audience, and "Anash and the...
- Alloy deal lures exec. Littleton, Cynthia // Daily Variety;6/25/2010, Vol. 307 Issue 59, p1
The article features non-executive chairman Geraldine Laybourne of Alloy Inc. It says that Laybourne was recruited by Zelnick Media to become part of the company that has produced teenager and young adult-oriented books and television programs in the entertainment industry. Meanwhile, Alloy is...
- 90210. Shaw, Jessica // Entertainment Weekly;3/12/2010, Issue 1093, p39
A preview of the television program "90210," starring Anna-Lynne McCord, Tristan Wilds, and Shenae Grimes, to premiere on March 9, 2010, is presented.
- Argentine feevee tilts toward teens. // Daily Variety;9/13/2011, Vol. 312 Issue 46, p6
The article reports that various television programs (TV) including "Casi angeles," "Alma pirata," and "Floricienta" which focus on the teenagers will be offered through pay TV.
- BENJAMIN McKENZIE. // Dolly;Nov2004, Issue 409, p24
Features television actor Ben McKenzie. Character portrayed in the youth-oriented television program "The O.C."; Personal background of the actor; Efforts of the actor to succeed in his career.
- Not Wasted on the Young. Moscovitch, Philip // Canadian Screenwriter;Summer2007, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p12
The article shares the insights of youth television program writers about these programs in Canada. The author notes that the country has been successful in producing local and international youth shows, including "Life With Derek" and "Naturally Sadie." Story editor Jeff Biederman recalled that...
- WHY SAVED BY THE BELL WILL NEVER DIE. Brissey, Breia // Entertainment Weekly;8/19/2011, Issue 1168/1169, p10
The article presents a list of reasons why the television program "Saved by the Bell," which aired from 1989 to 1993 and starred Mario Lopez, Tiffani Thiessen, and Elizabeth Berkely, is still popular in 2011, including the syndication of the show, the use of archetypes, and the prevalence of...