B&C's 2015 Preview

A highlight of what's to come in the TV industry in 2015
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2015 Preview: Currency

As digital retools the business, upfronts and spending expectations will see big shifts. Jon Lafayette has the story.

2015 Preview: TV News

Sizing up the digital revolution; Today preps for its tomorrow; The View gets newsy twist. Tim Baysinger has the story.

2015 Preview: Programming Strategy

Networks of all kinds, thristy for original content, are tapping into new trends and streams. Daniel Holloway has the story.

2015 Preview: Washington Watch

After years of snail-like movement, the coming year looks to be chock-full of face-offs. John Eggerton has the story.

2015 Preview: Station to Station

The Forecast: local TV, being both independent and dependent, will try to size up to scale. Michael Malone has the story.

2015 Preview: Syndication

Patience and ditial preparation will be the new formula for launching a success. Paige Albiniak has the story.

2015 Preview: Technology

Infrastructures and delivery systems, long in the works, will get their close-ups. George Winslow has the story.

2015 Preview: Sports on TV

A fresh leader for MLB, a bid to keep Thursday Night Football, new soccer nets—our look at how it will all play out. Tim Baysinger has the story.

2015 Preview: Currency

As digital retools the business, upfronts and spending expectations will see big shifts. Jon Lafayette has the story.

2015 Preview: TV News

Sizing up the digital revolution; Today preps for its tomorrow; The View gets newsy twist. Tim Baysinger has the story.

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