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Jul052012

ScreenView 029 - The Great Cable vs Network Television Battle

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ScreenView 029 - The Great Cable vs Network Television Battle

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In this week’s ScreenView, we focus on one topic.

Jon poses the question: a lot of new shows have been coming out on cable as of late that are gimmicky and how they can have a sustainable future. Is the comparison of the quality of basic cable, premium cable, and network television fair? Can they call co-exist? What is the ulterior motive?

We delve into the discussion, and branch off, including why cable channels are rebranding and why is there a discrepency. How does it make money?

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