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Mark SuszkoRe: Hammered
by on Oct 23, 2009 at 9:31:23 pm

If every network aims for the exact same demographic, with the same tastes and wants, that is good for diversity of programming choices how exactly? Aren't they all fighting for the exact same slice of pie?

You want a world with ten or more shows that are clones of "According to Jim" and "2 and a half men?" How many house-flipping and cake-making and spot-welding fake-fighting drama queen shows do we really need? How many ghost hunting and true crime re-enactments? I would agree it is a banner epoch for high-end pay cable like HBO and Showtime. But from my couch, the lower tier is all sinking into one gray goo of reality programming and re-tread clip compilation shows.

Just for the sake of argument.


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