September 2011
Multichannel News;9/12/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 34, p12
The article focuses on the return of Western genres in the television (TV) broadcasting industry. It mentions various Western-related TV programs and movies broadcasted in specific TV networks including "Longmire" in Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E Network), "Deadwood" in Home Box Office Inc. (HBO), and "Hell on Wheels" in American Movie Classics Co. It also cites Hallmark Channels chief executive officer (CEO) Bill Abbott's views about the span of generations that appreciate Western genres.


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