MCN BUZZ METER
- MCN BUZZ METER. // Multichannel News;9/12/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 34, p34
Two charts related to the top 10 cable and broadcast televisions shows from August 31, 2011 to September 6, 2011 ranked according to comments, tags, and likes of users of various online social networking sites includes "Jersey Shore," "Glee," and "Family Guy."
- Special Episodes Get Special DVDs. Latchem, John // Home Media Magazine;11/11/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p18
The article reports that epic episodes from the animated comedies "Family Guy" and "South Park" will be released on DVD format in the U.S. in 2008. The "Family Guy" parody of the film "Star Wars: Episode IV--A New Hope" will be released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on January 15....
- Noms cut across al age groups. Idelson, Karen // Daily Variety;7/20/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 12, Special Section pA1
The article describes the 2006 Emmy Awards nominees for animated series in the United States. Two nominees are kid-oriented shows, with just a season behind for each of them, and over half of the category is filled with long-running adult shows, including "South Park," "Family Guy," and "The...
- Nielsen scorecard. // Variety;11/12/2012, Vol. 429 Issue 1, p43
Tables are presented of the viewer ratings of primetime television programs, unscripted cable shows, and primetime networks for the week of October 29 to November 4, 2012 which include the programs "The Voice," "Family Guy," and "Jersey Shore."
- Can Seven get matey? 7mate. ADDINGTON, TIM // B&T Magazine;9/3/2010, Vol. 60 Issue 2724, p8
The article analyzes challenges faced by Seven Network in Australia in attracting young people to watch programs offered by its new network 7mate, which will be launched in September 2010. Among the programs will be the grand final of the Australian Football League, comedy shows "Family Guy"and...
- "What Have You Learned?": Considering a New Hermeneutic of Satire in Family Guy. DeRochi, Jack // Studies in American Humor;2008, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p35
The article discusses the animated television programs "South Park" and "Family Guy" and their forms of satire and humor. The creators of "South Park," Trey Parker and Matt Stone, state that "Family Guy" is made up of gags and makes no attempt to be art. The author states that "Family Guy" never...
- LAUGHING MATTERS: ECONOMIES OF HYPER-IRONY AND MANIC-SATIRE IN SOUTH PARK & FAMILY GUY. Hughey, Matthew W.; Muradi, Sahara // Humanity & Society;Aug2009, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p206
The so called "Arab," "Middle Eastern," and "South Asian" (hereinafter "AMESA") worlds are oft-described as barbaric, untrustworthy, antidemocratic, violent, and filled with religious militants. Many claim that animated cartoons propagate this bigoted point of view, and that engagement with...
- THE BEST CARTOON CRACK-UPS. // Ralph;Oct2008, p124
The article presents several one-liners taken from different animated television programs including "The Simpsons," "South Park" and "Family Guy."
- MCN BUZZ METER. // Multichannel News;3/5/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p30
Several charts are presented which list the social television programs in cable television and broadcast including "South Park," "The Simpsons," and "Family Guy."