TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 18, Parts 1 and 2 — Broadcast Network Analysis Extravaganza!

TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 18, Parts 1 and 2 — Broadcast Network Analysis Extravaganza!

In this episode of the TV Surveillance Podcast, I’m joined by Wesley Ambrecht for an expansive, massive, two-part, four-hour podcast covering the successes, failures, schedules and developments of all five of the broadcast networks. Because this conversation went so long, we split it into two parts, both of which cross or come close to crossing the two-hour mark. You can find both parts streaming below or subscribe through iTunes, if you’d like. And one final note: Wes and I had countless technical difficulties while trying to record this podcast this week and some of those difficulties continued into the first half of this pod. I did my best to fix them, but there are a few issues along the way. I apologize, but there was no way we were going to record it all over again.

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One response to “TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 18, Parts 1 and 2 — Broadcast Network Analysis Extravaganza!”

  1. […] Tip of the Cap to The CW Network. I was only able to make room in my Top 10 for 1 of The CW’s shows, but 2011 has been a strong year creatively for the fledgling network. Both Hart of Dixie and The Secret Circle have been welcomed additions to my lineup of shows, and Nikita continues to impress me with the way it balances serial and procedural storytelling. 2011 also saw the appointment of Mark Pedowitz to the post of Network President. An industry veteran, Pedowitz has managed to snag pilots from J.J. Abrams, Krista Vernoff, Eric Kripke, and Michael Bay, among others. Pedowitz has also made a concerted effort to reopen the network’s comedy department, and he’s made headway with The CW’s effort to reduce the number of reruns they have to air. Early last month, I got a chance to discuss The CW’s future, among other things, with Cory Barker on the TV Surveillance Podcast. Check that out HERE. […]

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