Broadcasting & Cable - May 21, 2012
The Best and Worst of Upfront Week
Who killed, what flopped and why so many network executives were hopping mad last week. B&C examines the best -- and the worst -- of the 2012 upfronts.
- Buyers See Plenty of Content, But No Sure Hits
- ABC: Lee Looks to Build on Drama Successes
- CBS: Key Shifts for 'Two and a Half Men,' '2 Broke Girls'
- Fox: Taking Another Swing at Four-Comedy Tuesday
- CW Shifts Six of Its Seven Returning Series
- USA: Expanding Beyond Drama
- Univision: Getting Into the TV Everywhere Game
- Turner Presents New Video Strategy, With No Glitches
- ESPN: Promoting 'Face' Value
- Telemundo Media Hopes to Capture 'Duality' of Hispanic Audience
- Discovery en Español Gets in the Game
- Fox Hispanic Media: Breaking the Hispanic Network Mold
- NBC: Betting Big on Comedy, 'The Voice'
- Station to Station
- Philly Station Puts New 'Twist' on Dance Show
- Washington Watch
- NCTA Co-Chairs: Cable Must Keep Innovating, Differentiating
- Editorial: Defining Patience