ITV revamps Saturday nights for the autumn

Conley, Clare
July 2001
Campaign;7/6/2001, Issue 27, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses media industry's mixed response to the autumn programming schedule of British television network ITV. Efforts to boost advertising revenues; Plans to add the ITV brand to all of its services; Media buyers' claim that ITV must back the shows with significant publicity.


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