EMC 3310 Chapter 8_PROGRAMMING (1)

EMC 3310 Chapter 8_PROGRAMMING (1) - So where do networks...

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Chapter 8: Programming Nov. 11, 2010
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Ch. 8: Programming Programming (Lots of vocabulary here!) § Involves selection and scheduling of content for distribution. § Sources of Programming/Content Or, “Where does all this content come from?” Three Main Sources
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Ch. 8: Programming § Sources of Programming/Content Local Origination Examples in local TV? Examples in cable TV? Examples in radio?
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Ch. 8: Programming Sources of Programming Network Programming Local affiliates also rely on network programming. NBC Owned-and-Operated Stations 1. New York (WNBC) 2. Los Angeles (KNBC) 3. Chicago (WMAQ) 4. Philadelphia (WCAU) 5. Bay Area (KNTV) 6. Dallas/Fort Worth (KXAS) 7. Washington (WRC) 8. Miami (WTVJ) 9. San Diego (KNSD) 10. Connecticut (WVIT) Flow between network and local programming.
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Ch. 8: Programming § Sources of Local Programming Syndication
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Ch. 8: Programming § Sources of Local Programming Paying For Syndication Cash Barter Cash-Plus-Barter Where are all these programs bought and sold?
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Ch. 8: Programming
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Unformatted text preview: So where do networks get their programs? Or Sources of Network Programming Production Studios Ch. 8: Programming Sources of Network Programming Independent Production Companies Pod Deal/Development Deal Umbrella Deal Fin-Syn Rules (70s-90s) Ch. 8: Programming Program Development Pitches, Pilots, Picked-Up, & the Upfront Networks may hear hundreds of pitches, pay for 100 scripts and decide to ask for pilots for 20 of those, then only produce 5. (p. 221) R.I.P. Upfronts, Pilot Season? Ch. 8: Programming Scheduling The arrangement of content to maximize the potential audience. Happens at the network and local level. Radio Television Dayparts Internet schedule? Movies? Ch. 8: Programming TV Scheduling is like a chess game. Scheduling Strategies Habit Formation Audience Flow Counterprogramming Cross promotion But whats making all this irrelevant?...
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