FAM boosts original fare

McConville, Jim
May 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;5/06/96, Vol. 126 Issue 20, p10
Focuses on The Family Channel which continues to reshape its daytime schedule with original programming aimed at building signature and attracting a higher female demographic. Addition of two hours of original programming for weekday schedule from October, 1996; Part of plan which begun in 1995 to create `FAM-TV;' Details of the programming schedule.


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