Frog net leaps from its repurposing perch

Schneider, Michael
May 2002
Daily Variety;5/15/2002, Vol. 275 Issue 54, p5
Trade Publication
Presents the business strategy of WB television network in the U.S. Application of the multiplay approach; Broadcasting of repeat episodes of 'Smallville'; Changes in the schedule of television programs.


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