Evaluating This Week’s Network Upfront Presentations

May 20, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Yesterday, TVWeek Open Mike blogger Chuck Ross wrote about how the broadcast networks need to allow their upfront presentations to be seen by the general public. In today’s blog he examines how those in the industry are judging this week’s upfront efforts. Click here to read


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