Cable Networks Stars of TV
Written by Pat's Papers | Monday, 1 October 2012 7:29 AM
Interesting explanation of the changing TV landscape in today’s LA Times. Cable shows like (my favorite) Showtime’s “Homeland” wouldn’t have been viable a decade ago because they didn’t bring in the audience that shows on a major network demand. But thanks to the new economics of the TV industry, cable networks have show a willingness to dump money into a show not for Nielsen ratings but for critical acclaim, Facebook likes and ultimately, power.
SOURCE: LA Times
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